Michael Phelps is entered in three events in his first meet since the 2012 London Olympics. He will be swimming the 100 butterfly, the 50 freestyle, and the 100 freestyle and the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix.
Michael Phelps is targeting the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix as his return to competitive swimming.
FINIS Athletes Anthony Ervin and Jason Dunford having fun in the FINIS Vapor tech suit before the lights pop.
Nathan Adrian is just one of many California pros entered in the U.S. Masters National Championship, to be held in Santa Clara in May.
Olympian Anthony Ervin will swim at the U.S. Masters National Championships, aiming at national records in the sprint events.
With the release of the Agility and Instinct strapless hand paddles, it is clear that FINIS has found some advantages in producing paddles without the traditional elastic straps.
Eugene Godsoe and Max Williamson mash-up Get Lucky and Hold on We’re Going Home.
Michael Andrew is one of 7 swimmers of whom Mutual of Omaha announced a sponsorship on Tuesday.
Both camps are led by the top coaches in the world, Bruce Gemmell for the Adult Camp and David Marsh and Todd Schmitz for the Youth Camp, and feature special guest Olympic gold medalists Nathan Adrian, Anthony Ervin, Rowdy Gaines and Mel Stewart.
SwimSwam partners FINIS have teamed up with swimming photographer Mike Lewis of Ola Vista Photography to share some behind the scenes…
On September 6th many of the world’s best swimmers will converge on Singapore for the Singapore Swim Stars challenge…
A free workout will be offered once a day at FINISinc.com/Fit-Feb or on the FINIS Swimming Facebook page throughout the month of February. (Featured Image: Anthony Ervin uses the FINIS Dryland Chord.)
Men’s 50 Freestyle – FINAL – 2014 Austin Grand Prix – reported by Jared Anderson / SwimSwam Much like the…
Dwyer executes an odd double at the Arena Grand Prix in Austin, 100 free and 200 breast, but handles it with ease with his NBAC base of training.
The American sprint star pulled out a surprising 48.26 to blow away a great field here in the 100 free. For a swim in mid-January, that’s an awfully promising time for one of the many great sprinters in a crowded world field.