2012 National Club Coach of the Year Sean Baker of Oakville Aquatics Shares 4 Sets Designed to Improve Your Kick.
There were some glaring absences in the heats during the fourth day of competition at the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Katinka Hosszu has already had a phenomenal Championships so far, and she will compete in one of her signature races, the 200 fly, this morning.
The relatively new 4x100m mixed medley relay brought another world record for the Americans as they took the top seed heading into tonight’s finals where they’re the favorites for the gold.
Dan Wallace of Great Britain broke his own Scottish national record Wednesday morning during the heats of the 200m IM in order to take the second seed behind fellow Gator grad Ryan Lochte.
Yufei Zhang of China put forth a very dominant performance in the heats of the women’s 200m butterfly Wednesday morning in order to take the top seed and break American Katie McLaughlin’s junior world record.
When I watch Adam Peaty swim, I see someone that is quick off the blocks, has incredible turnover, and demonstrates pure athleticism.
It’s been three exciting days so far at the FINA World Swimming Championship. We’re fortunate to have our photographer Mike…
Matt Grevers won the American men’s first medal of the 2015 World Championships in pool swimming on Tuesday, but was still disappointed with the result.
Once again, 100% of our readers correctly picked Katie Ledecky to win an individual event.
Even with the human swimming highlight reel that is Katie Ledecky, the United States’ overall performance on day three of…
As the physical demand of training lightens with taper and you spend less time at the pool, how you manage the remaining hours in your day becomes more critical.
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Ledecky said that 200m free after the 1500 hurt a lot more than she thought it would…
Swimmers in Kazan are getting ready for day 3 of the 2015 FINA World Championships, with 4 individual events lined…
Follow along for live updates from the third day of the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
RACE VIDEO: With a big push at the end, Ledecky touched in at 15:25.48 to take over two seconds off her newly-established world record of 15:27.71 that she set in prelims earlier in the meet.