COVID Pandemic: California Swim Schools Make Successful Case For Essential StatusSwim schools across the state of California have been given permission to operate as essential businesses after many swim school owners banded together in order to provide cause for being deemed essential.
Amateur Bay Area Athletes Hoping to Stay Sharp Amid VirusThe virus has effectively leveled the playing field for all athletes who are trying to figure out how to stay in shape and keep their heads in the game at the same time.
Summertime Water Safety Tips From La Petite Baleen Swim SchoolsLa Petite Baleen Swim School's marketing director Paige Hutcherson shares water safety tips.
Sonoma County Prepares For Ironman Swim, Bike, Run RaceSonoma County residents are girding themselves for closed streets and traffic jams during the Ironman swim, bike and run race Saturday.
SF's Balboa Park Public Pool Reopens After $11 Million RenovationCity officials on Saturday unveiled the long-awaited transformation of the Balboa Park Pool following an $11 million, 2 1/2-year renovation.
Former Cal Swimmer, Olympian Missy Franklin Retires, Citing Chronic PainFive-time Olympic champion and former Cal swimmer Missy Franklin is retiring from swimming at age 23, citing chronic shoulder pain that has affected her for the last 2½ years.
Naked Man Swims Among Sharks At Toronto AquariumOne man's refreshing dip in a shark-infested Toronto aquarium while naked could land him in hot water.
10-Year-Old Swimmer Breaks Michael Phelps' 100-Meter Butterfly RecordOne swimmer in Monterey County is living up to his super hero name. This past weekend, 10-year-old Clark Kent Apuada broke Michael Phelps' record in the 100-meter butterfly.
Mill Valley Swimmer Conquers The English ChannelAt 9pm Sunday July 8th, Melissa Blaustein from Mill Valley became the 1833rd swimmer to conquer the treacherous 21-mile gap separating England and France, known as the English Channel.
Stanford's Ledecky Earns AP Female Athlete Of The Year HonorsLedecky is the eighth female swimmer to win and the first since Amy Van Dyken in 1996.
Video: Bay Area Woman Set to Swim from Alcatraz for 1000th TimeBay Area swimmer Kristine Buckley plans to swim from Alcatraz to San Francisco for the 1,000th time on Saturday. When she does, she will be the first woman to achieve that milestone.
Michael Phelps Says Historic 23rd Olympic Gold Medal Will Be His LastPhelps put the United States ahead in the 4x100-meter medley relay, giving the most decorated athlete in Olympic history his 23rd career gold medal Saturday night.
Stanford Swimmer Simone Manuel Wins Gold Medal, Makes HistorySimone Manuel of the United States won a gold medal in the women's 100 meter freestyle final Thursday night.
Ledecky Wins Most Challenging Event With Gritty PerformanceKatie Ledecky has never felt such pain. She actually felt like she might throw up in the pool.
Missy Franklin's Rio Debut Doesn’t Go To PlanMissy Franklin finally got in the pool at the Rio Olympics only to endure another disappointment in the most unsettling year of her career.