After winning two individual events in record breaking time last night, Asia Seidt followed up performances with a few more…
Italy’s Nicolo Martinenghi has taken the limelight at the European Youth Olympic Festival, winning the 100 and 200 breaststrokes on consecutive days.
Chad Le Clos will look to continue his recent 50m fly dominance at the world championships.
The Cal Golden Bears are getting a new home – check out this footage of construction on the new Cal Aquatics Center.
Win a TYR prize pack including the Avictor technical suit in this summer’s World Championships Pick ‘Em Contest.
Ponds Forge is home to Britain’s best who didn’t make the World Championships team this summer.
Phelps talks to Doha GOALS conference attendees about what drives him to excellence in and out of the pool.
British speedster, Fran Halsall, may look a little different walking on the Kazan pool deck for the 2015 FINA World Championships…
Michael Phelps as well as fellow Olympic medalists Cullen Jones, Caitlin Leverenz, Allison Schmitt, and Nick Thoman, are among the more than 900 swimmers expected to compete next week in Texas.
Two-time Olympic silver medalist for Austria, Markus Rogan, now retired from the sport, seeks to resolve his country’s corruption and financial woes rampant in its federation’s operations.
With a growing stable of swimming talent, including Olympic Champions Cesar Cielo and Allison Schmitt, and the recent addition of the swimming phenom Michael Andrew, Adidas Swim will deliver exclusive, high production-value content to their social media channels.
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Marco Koch is a medal contender in the thick 200 breaststroke field in Kazan.
The recent addition of 2015 European Games champion Ziv Kalontarov has given Auburn fans another reason to cheer heading into the 2015-16 NCAA season
The Longhorns will face several of the NCAAs top teams, including NC State, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Arizona, and the Stanford women. This is one of the best schedules we’ve ever seen.
Carsten Vissering put on a show on the second morning of the 2015 NCSA Jr National Championships in Indianapolis. Vissering…
“I believe that we have a tremendous core group supporting our program and I have elected to maintain as a staff those people who understand us best.”