Stanford teammates Simone Manuel (left) and Lia Neal (right) showed down in the 100 free while Cal teammates Ryan Murphy and Rachel Bootsma dominated the 100 back on the final day of the Speedo Grand Challenge in Irvine.
Cal’s Liz Pelton won two events on day 2 of the Speedo Grand Challenge.
As Singapore is preparing to swim in (and host) their first major international competition, the regional multi-sport SEA Games, since…
On Friday, USA Swimming posted the following Tweet highlighting the dire challenge of American sprinting so far in 2015. Since then, the situation has gotten even more dire, with Katsumi Nakamura going a 48.41 in the 100m freestyle at the Japan Open.
Maya DiRado was the star of day 1 at the 2015 Speedo Grand Challenge, picking up two event wins (one of them in a tie).
Five-time Olympic medalist Allison Schmitt opens up on the subject of her post-Olympic depression and encourages others not to be afraid to seek help.
Olympic champ and world record-holder Missy Franklin has been quiet on the competition front since her huge NCAA Championships, but she will be jumping into long course season headfirst at next month’s Santa Clara Pro Swim Series, her agent says.
Katinka Hosszu raked in $6,000 on six wins at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte over the weekend, the highest single-meet money total so far this season.
With one stop left on the Arena Pro Swim Series, Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu sit on commanding points leads, putting themselves in the driver’s seat for the season-ending $10,000 bonus checks.
The Irvine Novaquatics Speedo Grand Challenge meet will kick off in Irvine, California on Friday, with some national and international stars on the psych sheets.
Just a few months into her professional career, Missy Franklin has earned distinction as the world’s 4th-most-marketable athlete in SportsPro’s annual rankings.
Below, we’ve looked at some of the most surprising US Open records in the books, and what they mean historically to the sport of swimming.
Tom Shields topped Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps to win the 100-meter butterfly.Shields posted a time of 52.12 seconds to earn the victory in the 16th-fastest time in the world this year.
The fifth stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series wrapped up in Charlotte last weekend. As the dust settles on one of the fastest and deepest Pro Swim Series meets yet, here are 9 big things we learned: