2022 CAA Swimming & Diving Championships Begin Wednesday On FloSwimming
Feb 15, 2022By Rob Washburn, CAA
2020 Tokyo Olympics: Best Night of Swimming Yet
Jul 31, 2021If you thought the first five days of swimming at the Tokyo Olympics were fun, well day six just outdid all of those in my swim nerd opinion. Every event seemed to just continually “one-up” the prior event and it just snowballed all the way down until the end leaving swim fans across the country dazed, confused, and yearning for more. Enough rambling. Let’s get into it.
2020 Tokyo Olympics: Swimming Catch Up
Jul 29, 2021The 2020 Olympic Games have been like nothing we've quite seen before. With finals being swum in the morning and cover protocols interrupting the natural flow of athletes, the top-end speed at the event has seemingly fallen flat. With that being said, the fact that athletes have overcome all of this adversity and are still World Records is nothing to scoff at.
Bjugan & Clausen Take Home Golds To Close Out CAA Diving Championships
Mar 31, 2021Recap by Hunter Peters NEWARK, Del. (Mar. 27, 2021) – Day two of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Diving Championships was highlighted by a pair of UNCW student-athletes as Kolbein Bjugan won the men's 3-meter diving event and Courtney Clausen was victorious in the women's 1-meter diving competition. Bjugan won the men's 3-meter dive sweeping both diving events at the 2021 CAA Championships while Clausen stood all alone atop the podium in the women's 1-meter diving competition after tying for the top spot a season ago.
2021 ISCA International Senior Cup Recap
Mar 31, 2021As expected, the North Shore Aquatic Complex was a hub for international-level talent and racing over the past few days at the 2021 ISCA International Senior Cup. While the Lochte & Dressel storylines were definitely the focus of the event, the depth of talent was also on full display as names like Joseph Schooling and Farida Osman popped up across the web as they prepare for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics as well. Once again the meet as held in the Short Course (SCY) prelims and Long Course (LCM) finals format allowing for swimmers to both put up times for the collegiate/recruiting format as well as further prepare for the Olympic Games or Olympic Trials looming in the coming months. Below we’ll break down a few highlights from each day of competition out in St. Petersburg.
Who To Watch At The 2021 ISCA International Senior Cup
Mar 23, 2021Dates: March 23 - 27, 2021
Fans Rally To Push For The Rescue Of Iowa Swimming & Diving
Sep 25, 2020Nearly a month ago, the University of Iowa announced that the school would be discontinuing four varsity sports programs in the continue destructive wake of COVID-19 — including both men's and women's swimming and diving.
The 2028 Olympics In Los Angeles Will Be Special For Swimming
Aug 4, 2020On the front page of USA Swimming's website is a ticking clock: a live countdown to the U.S. Olympic Team Trials to be held June 13-20, 2021. That competition will get Team USA ready for the subsequent 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the Games that were, of course, delayed a year by the coronavirus pandemic that swept the world, and which is still greatly changing life in the United States.
Texas Swimming & Diving Is One Of The Greatest NCAA Division I Dynasties
Jul 9, 2020Eddie Reese, head coach of swimming and diving at the University of Texas, is a walking legend.
Para-Swimmer Roderick Sewell Is Redefining 'Multi-Sport Athlete'
Jun 10, 2020This year's Ironman world championships, held in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, were grueling by any standard of measure: a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride, and a 26.2-mile ride. For any person of any athletic ability at any point in history, a feat of that magnitude would be impressive — but what about a double above-the-knee amputee?
We Stand With You
Jun 3, 2020The events of the last week have been tremendously painful to us all.
Workouts Without Water: Staying In Competition Shape Minus The Pool
May 14, 2020Just about everybody is hoping pools don't close (or stay closed) for the summer due to the continued fallout from COVID-19. We know summer without the water can be a difficult task for many, especially parents with kids, but you know who needs the water most of all? Swimmers, that's who.
Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition
May 1, 2020PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release
3 Olympic Swimming Flashbacks Featuring Phelps, Ledecky & Hyman
Apr 29, 2020While the 2020 Tokyo Olympics may be officially postponed, there’s no reason to stop watching swimming. To tide you over before next summer’s festivities in Tokyo, we’ve gathered some of our favorite memories from the past 20 years of Olympics to help you stay in the mood for international competition.
Swimmer's Ear: What Is It and How To Treat It
Apr 24, 2020Whether you're a competitive or leisure swimmer, a bad case of Swimmer's Ear can ruin a perfectly good time.