The most common question asked about Braden Keith is “when does he sleep?” That’s because Braden has, in two years in the game, become one of the most prolific writers in swimming at a level that has earned him the nickname “the machine” in some circles.
Stories by Braden Keith
Texas A&M freshman Brock Bonetti won the 100 backstroke as the A&M men nearly swept UIW.
Mitch Larkin has broken the Australian National Record in the 200 SCM backstroke.
Hungarian Katinka Hosszu has made history, surpassing Slovakian Martina Moravcova for the most World Cup event victories of all-time. Moravcova retired with…
Watch Katinka Hosszu and the rest of the swimmers from day 1 of the 2014 FINA World Cup Stop in Beijing, China.
Yannick Kaeser was dominant across the two breaststroke wins in a Virginia home victory over Navy on Friday.