YMCA of the Triangle’s Olivia Ontjes broke her own YMCA National record in the 50 breast to highlight Wednesday prelims YMCA Nationals.
Corey Okubo’s 200 fly was the best swim (ignoring age) of the first session at Junior Nationals.
Swimming in his own Southern California backyard, Aquazot’s Corey Okubo is the top seed in the boys 200 fly heading into tonight’s final.
Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke – US Nationals Preview – Question marks abound in one of US’s deepest races
David Plummer (pictured) is the defending national champion in what has historically been one of the USA’s toughest and deepest events.
Update: USA Swimming says that at this time they are not planning to participate in this event. For the first…
Katie Ledecky is the runaway favorite to win the women’s 800 at Nationals, but who will come in second?
The YMCA of the Triangle Area (YOTA) broke the National Age Group Record in the United Sates for the 17-18…
Day two of the 2014 YMCA Long Course National Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana, after a quiet morning session, exploded in…
Chris Kohut, Seth Maslowski, Alex Carson, Colin Ellington (left to right) broke the National Age Group record for 17-18s in the 200 free relay, going 1:33.83 on the first full night of YMCA Nationals.
Mallory Weggemann to Take Control of Microphone, Lead SwimSwam’s Coverage of 2014 Pan Pac Para-Swimming Champs
SwimSwam is partnering with 2012 Paralympic gold medalist and ESPY winner Mallory Weggemann and The Factory Agency to raise coverage of the Pan…
Final preparations are underway for the 2014 USA Swimming Junior National Championships in Irvine, California. The meet begins Wednesday morning.
The above is one of many pieces of marketing material for the “Reflect Your Respect” campaign that has been posted around Qatar.
Former Stanford men’s head coach Skip Kenney will be inducted into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame in October.
Olvia Ontjes from YOTA, meanwhile, skipped the 50 free to focus on the 200 breast this year, and so far the decision has paid off.