Michael Phelps has long been the headliner of the Speedo brand, but the two have apparently not renewed their contract that ended last year, according to a new report by SportsBusiness Daily.
Although there were only a few meets over Easter weekend, we nonetheless noticed some great swims. See who made the list for the weekend of April 18-20, 2014.
The Arizona State men’s swimming & diving team have signed Finnish Champion and European Championship qualifying diver Heikki Makikallio to…
High school backstrokers will have to adjust to a rule regarding their backstroke finishes this upcoming season.
The Florida Gulf Coast Eagles will now have three sub-23 second sprinters on their roster next season.
On the first day of the Finnish National Championships, Eetu Piiroinen earned 816 Fina points with a new Finnish National Record in…
NCAA Champion Chase Kalisz won’t swim at the Mesa Grand Prix despite being entered on the meet’s first psych sheets.
The Virginia Cavaliers have gone to great distances to add two more men’s recruits in the spring signing period. In Augie…
The heavily disputed diving well debate is now over as Councilmember Gary Delong of Long Beach pushes forwards with implementing a proper diving well in the construction plans of the historic Belmont pool renovations.
With that swim, Phelps sealed himself in history as the greatest swimmer of all time, the most decorated Olympian of all time, and the only swimmer to ever win eight gold medals at one Olympic games.
Rowan University’s Tony Lisa, who has coached three NCAA Champions in his career, is retiring this off-season.
Allison Schmitt is making a little comeback of her own, as she described in a journal on ESPN-W this week.
The Prodigal Son returns to the competition pool on Thursday in Mesa. While most of the world is beside themselves with excitement, some, like Justin Max, are a little more apprehensive.
We broke Phelps down by some “coaching” numbers and will compare him then to now this weekend at the Mesa Grand Prix.
“I’m excited to continue my longtime partnership with SPEEDO,” said Coughlin. “I have been a part of the SPEEDO family since I started swimming professionally – and wore Speedo long before that – and their support both in and out of the pool has helped me become the swimmer I am today.”