1. Top Swimmers To Watch: 2018 TYR ISCA Summer Senior Championships

    Top Swimmers To Watch: 2018 TYR ISCA Summer Senior Championships

    Jul 28, 2018

    The ISCA Summer Senior Championships in St. Petersburg, Florida, offers a great end-of-season championship for many of the countries best up-and-coming swimmers. Hosted outdoors at the North Shore Aquatic Complex, nearly 600 swimmers will compete from Tuesday to Saturday. 
  2. Girls Brackets Feature Serious Talent At USA Water Polo Jr. Olympics

    Girls Brackets Feature Serious Talent At USA Water Polo Jr. Olympics

    Jul 26, 2018

    Over 350 girls club water polo teams have now taken the place of the boys, who completed the first session of the 2018 USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics on Tuesday in Stanford, CA. Session two action gets underway on Thursday after the United Cozy Boys took home the 18U boys title after a tight and nervy win over a highly motivated Stanford club in the day's most anticipated championship.
  3. USA Water Polo National Jr. Olympics: Complete Live-Streaming Schedule

    USA Water Polo National Jr. Olympics: Complete Live-Streaming Schedule

    Jul 18, 2018

    FloSwimming is live-streaming the 2018 USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics for the first time in event history, starting on the morning of Saturday, July 21, through the end of competition on Sunday, July 29.
  4. 2018 USA Water Polo National Jr. Olympics: Everything You Need To Know

    2018 USA Water Polo National Jr. Olympics: Everything You Need To Know

    Jul 18, 2018

    The largest age-group water polo tournament in the nation gets underway in San Jose this weekend at the 2018 USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics. Over the course of nine days, more than 750 teams from across the country will compete on the national stage during a pair of four-day sessions.
  5. Fixing Swimming's Burnout Problem Isn't That Simple

    Fixing Swimming's Burnout Problem Isn't That Simple

    Jul 11, 2018

    The words “burned out” infiltrate the swimming vocabulary much more frequently these days. But as swimmers hang up their goggles and caps for good, the reason why isn’t quite as simple as one may think.