Yesterday on the pool deck and today in the water, swim photographer Mike Lewis keeps capturing all the action over…
Andrew Gemmell was crowned winner of the men’s open water 10k competition of the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships on Sunday in Maui.
Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics (PASA) is a year-round United States Swimming Team. PASA is a nationally recognized club for competitive swimming excellence. The program at PASA-Stanford Campus offers something for everyone, from the beginner swimmer to the world class athlete.
Many thank to FINA and G. Scala/Deepbluemedia for these swimming photos.
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Check out race videos from the Dubai World Cup courtesy of FINA. Included are both world records set by Daniel Gyurta and Katinka Hosszu in today’s finals session.
It was a great day for the Hungarians at the Dubai World Cup Sunday, with Daniel Gyurta and Katinka Hosszu each setting a world record and riding that wave to the top of both the money-earners lists and the series points standings.
Daniel Gyurta jumped into the World Record game, earning a $10,000 bonus alongside his countrywoman Katinka Hosszu. The two now lead all money-earners on the World Cup circuit this year.
While some of these locations may not be the newest, the largest or the prettiest, they all have something in common: culture. Be it surviving a World War, or complementing a beach town, these locations have greatly influenced the shape of swimming as we see it now.
Daniel Gyurta lowered his 200 breaststroke record from the suit era of 2009 to 2:00.48 today at the Dubai World Cup.
Americans Andrew Seliskar and Sierra Schmidt were named the official Swimmers of the Meet at the 2014 Junior Pan Pac Championships, capping…
Extreme Aquatic Team is located in Edmond, Oklahoma (City was ranked #1 Suburb in the US for 2014 by CNBC). We are a club of about 110+ and continuing to grow and a USA Swimming Level 3 club in the club recognition program.
Katinka Hosszu is back, just three days removed from her triple-World Record performance in Doha, which has her leading the World Cup series points standings handily.
The Arizona Wildcats have received a verbal commitment from Longhorn Aquatics’ Quinn Carrozza to join the recruiting class of 2015.