Friday Aug 22
Wilson graduate Jessica Hardy wins 100-meter breaststroke gold at Pan Pacific Championships
Jessica Hardy described the inclement weather Friday in Gold Coast, Australia, as “some of the worst conditions ever.” Despite the rain and a strong second-half charge by Japan's Kanako Watanabe, Hardy still managed to be the best once again for the U.S. national swim team at the Pan Pacific Championships.
The Daily Republic
This date in sports history for Wednesday, July 30, 2014
1976 - Bruce Jenner sets the world record in the Olympic decathlon with 8,618 points, breaking Nikolai Avilov's mark by 164 points.
The Washington Post
Prepa s Vissering commits to USC
Last August, at USA Swimming's Junior Nationals in Irvine, Calif., rising Georgetown Prep senior Carsten Vissering had one of the more successful meets of his young swimming career.
Olympian Ariana Kukors 'un-retire,' making a comeback
She has been our colleague, our friend, and a local businesswoman. It has been the life, after swimming, for Ariana Kukors.
Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer
Rikke Pedersen Breaks 2:20 in 200 Breast Again to Sweep Breaststrokes in Canet
CANET, France, June 12. THOUGH the usual suspects won all the races today to close out the Canet stop on the Mare Nostrum circuit tour, plenty of great long course swimming took place under the French sun, including another barrier-breaking time for Rikke Pedersen in the 200 breast.