Morning Splash by David Rieder. Joseph Schooling was disgusted. In his signature event, the one in which he won Olympic gold one year earlier—the first-ever for Singapore in swimming—he was routed.
By David Rieder. Caeleb Dressel is already the fastest man ever in the 100-yard free—by almost a second, actually, after his jaw-dropping 40.00 from last year’s NCAA championships. He broke
By David Rieder. Neither Erika Brown nor Hugo Gonzalez has ever scored a single individual point at the NCAA championships. During her freshman campaign at Tennessee, Brown was a relay-only swimmer
By David Rieder. Caeleb Dressel could have come to college to be a sprinter—and who could have blamed him? He was one of the most talented high school 50 and
Morning Splash by David Rieder. Wednesday afternoon, the madness begins. Conference championships for Division I NCAA swimming and diving begin this week, and that means eyebrow-popping times will come from all
By David Rieder. Last season, as Mallory Comerford was blossoming into one of the best freestylers in the country at the NCAA championships, her Louisville team was on its way
Morning Splash by David Rieder. Mike Litzinger remembers the first time the Notre Dame women’s and men’s teams swam a combined practice under his leadership: December 18, 2015. “It was probably
By Kevin Donnelly, Swimming World College Intern. The winter high school swimming and diving season is beginning to wind down, but not before many athletes across the country take the