Little Known Black History Facts

It is now official that due to the coronavirus, the 2020 Summer Olympics is postponed and will likely go on in 2021. That means some of our greatest competitors will have to wait to showcase their superior athleticism. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & TWITTER. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE. But we can return to the heroism of […]

Howard University swimmer Latroya Pina will take her talents all the way to Japan to swim for Cape Verde at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Pina, will represent her family’s home country with her younger brother and sister, Troy and Jayla, The siblings make up three fourths of island African nation’s first national swim team reports WUSA. The […]

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  For some of us (70%, to be exact), this conversation will start off with a trip to your local YMCA to get swimming lessons.…

  “I’ve learned that P.O.W.E.R is from within. Give self permission to be happy” Agnes C. Davis is a Renaissance woman with a mission to inspire, empower and inform. She is a unique individual who has lived through the seasons of life and weathered a few harsh winters: divorce, wrongful career termination, depression and being […]

Meet 15-year-old Reece Whitley. The Philadelphia native is the brand new cover star of Sports Illustrated KIDS and the 2015 SportsKid of the Year! Standing at a towering 6’8, Reece has quickly taken the swimming world by a storm. reports: The sophomore at William Penn Charter School has won a junior national championship and holds five individual national […]

Black swimmers Simone Manuel, Lia Neal,(pictured, bottom middle) and Natalie Hinds achieved history recently by sweeping the NCAA Women’s Division I Championship. Manuel and Neal, both students at Stanford University, and the University of Florida’s Hinds, are the latest in a long line of history-making Black swimmers. The International Swimming Hall Of Fame has compiled […]