After ushering in a new era with an expanded scoring system a year ago, the 2019 Gwinnett County Swim League’s championship meet will represent the end of another era when the first gun goes off Saturday at the Georgia Tech’s McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta and runs through Sunday.
The athletic facilities on the new campus of Buford High School feature two gyms, a large weight room and two synthetic turf fields. A brand-new football stadium across the road is in the works, too.
Gwinnett County high school athletic programs were represented well again in the 2018-19 Georgia Athletic Directors Association's final Directors Cup standings.
The 2018-19 school year saw Gwinnett County teams and athletes rack up the Georgia High School Association state championships once again.
SwimAtlanta will host clinics with Olympians as instructors May 4 and 5 as a kick-off to the summer league season. All proceeds from the event go to Swim Across America, which funds cancer research and clinical trials.
Mill Creek swimmer and Gwinnett Daily Post Boys Swimmer of the Year Jake Magahey is committed to compete at the collegiate level at the University of Georgia.
Scenes from the Gwinnett County Public Schools Swim and Dive Booster Club's season-ending banquet Tuesday night at Berkmar High School. (Photos: Carmen Mandato)
The Gwinnett County Public Schools Swim and Dive Booster Club honored the best in high school swimming and diving Tuesday night with its 12th annual season-ending celebration at Berkmar.
High school rivals and SwimAtlanta teammates Lily Burke and Abigail McCulloh combined for four individual state championships this season as sophomores.
Mill Creek junior Jake Magahey’s dominant high school season was highlighted by breaking the national record in the 500 freestyle, which had stood since 1983.
Eight points. You can see the internal struggle on Lauren Henderson’s smiling face when she talk about the margin between first and third at the state diving meet this year.
Only on the last dive of a meet does Peter Smithson want to see his scores. On the final dive of his illustrious high school career, Smithson swam quickly to the side of the pool. The Collins Hill phenom was just in time to see record scores — including a 10.
With longtime swimming and diving coach Doug Nieman set to retire, North Gwinnett officials announced a head coaching change Monday.
Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Office of Athletics, Student Activities and Community Schools will host its Athlete/Parent Informational Night on Wednesday at Peachtree Ridge High School’s theater.
Mill Creek swimmer Jake Magahey won individual state titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle, breaking the state and national record in the 500 free.
Brookwood’s boys and girls teams and Mill Creek’s Jake Magahey had dominating performances as the GHSA’s State Swimming Championships last Saturday.
Collins Hill’s Peter Smithson takes home his third straight state championship at the Georgia High School Association’s 2019 State Diving Championships at Georgia Tech.
The 2019 high school swimming and diving season is a memorable one for Mountain View senior Hayden Brown and his mother, Bears coach Amy Brown.
Mill Creek junior Jake Magahey rewrote the Gwinnett County record book for the second straight year, and the team standings followed their usual trajectory, too.
Almost all of the Gwinnett County Swimming Diving and Diving Championships results had been read to the crowd Saturday night when the West Gwinnett Aquatic Center fire alarm went off.
Dacula senior Lauren Henderson repeated as Gwinnett County’s girls diving champion by a significant 52.15-point margin on Saturday morning.
The Wildcats Swim Team, representing Duluth Middle, won the Southeastern Middle School Swimming and Diving Championships at the Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn.
When Chantal Jordan was 4, she wasn’t picked for the competition squad in gymnastics, which meant relegation to an exhibition meet.