The 4×100 freestyle will bring back the rivalries between the USA and Australian women, and the men from team USA and France.
On Saturday night 12 year old Eric Tong set his second Canadian age group record this time in the 100 freestyle…
Adam Peaty of Great Britain has served notice to his competitors that he means business at the 2015 World Championships. Peaty…
In an unfortunate series of events, the United States’ men’s 4×100 freestyle relay failed to qualify for finals with a lack luster 3:16.01 that tied for 11th place.
Elite swimmers like Mr. Phelps know that fast swimming is mostly mental. Here is how to be mentally prepared to swim lightning quick.
It’s been nearly a year since Great Britain’s Adam Peaty broke the world record in the 50 breaststroke, but the record has yet to be ratified by FINA due to an administrative error involving blood testing.
Vlad Morozov and Team Russia welcome the world’s best to Kazan for the 2015 World Champs. We’ve got all the info you need to follow along here.
The Kazan Arena will play host to UAE history on Monday.
Despite having reigning Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian, the United States might be facing its toughest challenge in years just to make it the podium in the men’s 4×100 free at this year’s FINA World Championships.
Defending World Champion and World Record Holder Katie Ledecky is the woman to beat in the 400 free. At the Arena Pro Swim Austin, she swam a 4:00.47 to lead the 2015 world rankings.
USA Swimming’s first summer “Futures Championships” continued on Saturday in Greensboro, Mt. Hood, and West Lafayette. Several swimmers earned new Olympic Trials cuts in tonight’s finals.
Michael Andrew blasted away with the Junior National title in the 100 fly, also breaking the first NAG record of the meet.
Michael Andrew made the first foray into the National Age Group (NAG) record book at this year’s Junior National Championships, going 52.57 to break the 15-16 NAG in the 100 fly.
Swansea’s Daniel Jervis posted a world-top 10 time to win the 19-and-over division of the men’s 1500 meter freestyle, with 14:58.98.
The 2015 FINA World Championships are set to begin Sunday morning. An athlete from Bahrain will make history as the youngest swimmer to ever compete at a World Championships.
Sarah Sjostrom looks like a slam dunk to take home the women’s 50 fly title in Kazan.