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
23-year old Park Tae Hwan, the defending 400 free World Champion, will sit out of the 2013 meet, according to the official Korean roster that was released earlier this week. (Photo: Melissa Lundie/MelissaLundie.com)
Florida State has retained the services of coach Andy Robins, who has led the wildly successful sprint group in Tallahassee for the last decade. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Day 2 (out of 3) at the 2013 Japan Open in Kanagawa may have settled down a little as the…
Stanford’s Maya DiRado, in her first long course meet of the season, appears to be poised for her international-level breakout. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Ryan Lochte of the Gator Swim Club in the United States took Canada by storm in Friday’s prelims session. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)