Category Archives: Swimming

CSCAA Open Water Championship Take Place In Kansas Saturday Morning

The college pool swimming season begins tonight with Alabama-Delta State, but another college season staple is tomorrow morning: the CSCAA Open Water Championship. The College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is running the fourth annual edition of the open water event, which will feature 29 schools for a 5K swim. Kansas University […]

International Swimming League Roster Refresh

The International Swimming League (ISL) recently published its technical information, breaking down event schedules, scoring, lineups and more for the new competitive concept’s inaugural season. With that in mind, let’s take stock of each of the eight teams’ rosters as we know them to stand today, taking into account updates since most of the non-American-based […]

Mondiali Nuoto Paralimpico: Talamona Doppio Oro, Italia In Vetta Al Medagliere

I Mondiali di Nuoto Paralimpico si tingono ancora di azzurro. Arriva la prima medaglia d’oro per Arianna Talamona. Arianna vince la finale dei 50 metri farfalla cat. S6 ed il tempo di 45.62 la conferma anche come primatista italiana. In un’intervista rilasciata alla Federazione Italiana Nuoto Paralimpico, la neo campionessa del mondo dichiara: “La mia palestra di […]

YMCA National Champion Grace Hastings Sends Verbal to Navy for 2020-21

Fitter and Faster Swim Clinics is the proud sponsor of SwimSwam’s College Recruiting Channel and all commitment news. For many, swimming in college is a lifelong dream that is pursued with dedication and determination. Fitter and Faster is proud to honor these athletes and those who supported them on their journey. Cincinnati, Ohio’s Grace Hastings […]

Dolfin Swim of the Week: Shinnosuke’s 51.1 Fly Bodes Well For Japan Medley

Disclaimer: Dolfin Swim of the Week is not meant to be a conclusive selection of the best overall swim of the week, but rather one Featured Swim to be explored in deeper detail. The  Dolfin Swim is an opportunity to take a closer look at the context of one of the many fast swims this […]

How Fast is Future NFL Hall of Famer Joe Thomas In the Pool?

Ex-Cleveland Browns left tackle (and probable future NFL Hall of Famer) Joe Thomas was recently featured by United States Masters Swimming for losing an incredible 60 pounds since retiring from the NFL two years ago, a feat that he attributes, in large part, to swimming. Restricted by five knee injuries and brutal Wisconsin winters, Thomas […]

E’ Nato Maverick Nicolas Phelps, Il Terzo Figlio Di Michael E Nicole

E’ nato Maverick Nicolas Phelps, il terzo figlio di Michael Phelps e di sua moglie Nicole. L’annuncio della nascita è stato dato ieri dalla mamma, attraverso il suo profilo Instagram: Il piccolo di casa Phelps ha già un profilo Instagram @mavericknphelps, che a poche ore dalla nascita conta già più di 18 mila followers. Boomer Phelps, il maggiore dei figli […]

You don’t have to go to practice today. You get to.

Little tweaks/things in a swimmer’s mindset can make a profound difference. When a swimmer views hard sets and competition as a challenge and not as a threat, they perform better. When a swimmer steps up behind the blocks and they are excited about the prospect of racing, not fearful, they swim faster. And when swimmers understand […]

BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week: Long Island Aquatic Club

This week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week, the Long Island Aquatic Club, is a USA Swimming Gold Medal club that serves the Long Island, NY, area by providing everything from learn-to-swim programs to high-level training for some of the top swimmers in the nation. For over 20 years, the Long Island Aquatic Club […]

Suit Fit DQ Overturned; District Seeks to Decertify Official Who Made Call

The Alaska School Activities Association has overturned the now-infamous disqualification call from last Friday over the fit of 17-year-old female student’s school-issued swimsuit, Anchorage Schoool District announced Tuesday. The district was reviewing the call in light of allegations of sexism and racism. “Following our review of the September 6 disqualification of a Dimond High School […]