One of six children in his family who swam during his formative years, Eamon was cared for under the strong Lanier Aquatics program at Frances Meadows Aquatics Center. “Since I arrived 5 1/2 years ago, Eamon has been an amazing athlete and amazing to watch him train,” said Lanier AquaticsRead More →

The Northern Michigan University women’s swimming and diving team and several school officials celebrate winning the GLIAC Championships with the banner at the Saginaw Valley State University pool at the University Center on Monday. (Photo courtesy of NMU) UNIVERSITY CENTER – Freshman swimmer Heidi Billings andRead More →

Of the 12 swimmers in Mike Venos’ team at Birmingham Brother Rice, four of them competed all four years. This lack of “full-time” experience isn’t something that’s standing in the way of Brother Rice as he begins his season. It’s not something that worries Venos. “The last time we wereRead More →

With victories over Susquehanna Township and East Pennsboro, the Boiling Springs boys’ and girls’ swim teams extended their blistering 2021-22 campaign on Tuesday and Thursday. HS Swimming: Braelen Mowe and Katie Buehler’s big nights ignite Boiling Springs wins over Big Spring The Bubbler boys took 138-27 and 133-12 wins whileRead More →

Five girls from Herts and Essex Secondary Schools took pride in the Secondary School National Team Relay Championships. Catherine Clune, Ellen Millar-Bond, Emma Fields, Miriam Moukdad and Ella Greatbatch – all of whom are members of Bishop’s Stortford Swimming Club – performed well against strong opponents at the London AquaticsRead More →

Senior Northwestern Evan Bower (seated center) signed on to continue his education and swimming career at Shawnee State University earlier this week. Pictured: (front, LR) Michele Bower, Evan Bower, Lee Bower. (back cover, left to right) Dave Frantz, Hanna Tackett, Michelle Tackett, Gerald Cadogan. Jacob Smith | Daily schedules McDERMOTTRead More →

A West Lothian swim club has launched a specialist program for people with disabilities – and hopes it will encourage other sports in the county and beyond to do the same. Swim-IT Head Coach Fiona Donald said the coincidence with the Paralympic Games is the perfect time to raise awarenessRead More →

“It’s blue, it’s blue!” Those are the words that stick with 29-year-old Candace Thome when she learned that her almost 2-year-old brother, Brayv, fell into his family’s swimming pool in 2011. Brayv would not survive it. He had long hair “like a little surfer baby,” the Garden Grove woman recalled.Read More →

Even after passing all the important Yale entrance requirements — SATs, interviews, essays, and high school transcripts — one last test awaited me: swimming. Yale men not only had to be academically competent and physically upright; they also had to know how to swim along the pool at the PayneRead More →