In the news: HS rankings boysgirls | Coaches ired by VHSL | Holton-Arms repeats | Good Counsel diver soars | Ledecky scares WR
HS championship results: ISL | National Catholic boys • girls
 Psych sheets: WMPSSDL | MCPS Division I • II • III • IV | Va. Conference 6 • 13 • 14

Pro Swim Series | Friday, January 16

Katie Ledecky, Jack Conger talk Day 1 success in Austin

The 2012-2013 All-Met Swimmers of the Year were hot interviews after posting top-10 performances Thursday in Texas. read

Pro Swim Series | Friday, January 16

2015 Austin Pro Swim Series: Day 2 prelims live updates

Results from Day 2 of the Austin Pro Swim Series. Updated live. read

International | Friday, January 16

USA Swimming opposes March open water race in Abu Dhabi

Still mourning the death of open water swimmer Fran Crippen, USA Swimming "has no plans to support or send athletes to the UAE for this event,” says the organization's executive director Chuck Wielgus. read

Pro Swim Series | Thursday, January 15

Katie Ledecky doubles up at Austin Pro Swim Series

The Stanford recruit claimed double gold on the first night in Texas. read

NCAA | Thursday, January 15

Texas’s Jack Conger talks with Longhorn Network about season, training

The former Good Counsel standout called his freshman season "disappointing." read

Pro Swim Series | Thursday, January 15

2015 Austin Pro Swim Series: Day 1 prelims live updates

Results from Day 1 of the Austin Pro Swim Series. Updated live. read

Pro Swim Series | Wednesday, January 14

Five storylines and links to follow the 2015 Austin Pro Swim Series

Follow the action in Austin with these links and storylines. read

High School | Wednesday, January 14

Katie Ledecky bids farewell to high school swimming

As the Olympic champion winds down her high school career, she cherishes the last lasts with her Stone Ridge teammates. read

High School | Tuesday, January 13

The Washington Post Top 20 for high school boys’ swimming and diving: Jan. 13, 2015

Georgetown Prep solidified its place atop the rankings with a convincing win over then-No. 2 Gonzaga during a week with few surprises. read

High School | Tuesday, January 13

The Washington Post Top 20 for high school girls’ swimming and diving: Jan. 13, 2015

The Post's top six teams cruised, but this week's Top 20 saw teams rise and fall behind the area's elite programs. read

High School | Saturday, January 10

No. 1 Georgetown Prep flexes muscles with victory over No. 2 Gonzaga

No. 1 Little Hoyas flex muscles with victory over No. 2 Purple Eagles read

High School | Friday, January 9

No. 6 W.T. Woodson defeats No. 7 West Springfield

In reaching a 5-0 record, the Cavaliers embody their coaches positive mantra. read

High School | Friday, January 9

Andrew Seliskar reigns in ‘class warfare;’ Jefferson crushes Stone Bridge

The fifth-ranked Colonials polish their racing skills by creating meets within meets. read

Olympics | Friday, January 9

U.S. Olympic Committee hands torch to Boston; DC2024′s would-be Games extinguished

COLUMN | A farewell to the Olympic Games that will never be. read

Olympics | Thursday, January 8

Boston selected by U.S. Olympic Committee as U.S. bid city for 2024 Olympics

The U.S. candidate for hosting the 2024 Games will have to overcome IOC resistance and stiff competition read

USA Swimming | Thursday, January 8

USA Swimming unveils new event logos; grand prix series changes name

A new year, a new attempt at rebranding #FunnestSport read

High School | Wednesday, January 7

No. 1 Georgetown Prep, No. 2 Gonzaga meet in a battle of unbeatens

The teams that have dominated the Metropolitan championship meet for the past 15 years meet in a head-to-head matchup Saturday. read

Lifestyle | Tuesday, January 6

A snow day throwback: “Snow swimming!”

Because swimmers got to swim? read

Local | Monday, January 5

RFTW 2014 Awards: Katie Ledecky, Andrew Seliskar named athletes of the year

The best high school swimmers at the beginning of the year were the best swimmer of the entire year. read

Local | Thursday, January 1

RFTW 2014 Awards: Junior athletes of the year

Among Potomac Valley 12-and-unders, NCAP's Brett Feyerick and the FISH's Madelyn Donohoe were a cut above the rest in 2014 -- barely. read





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