Nathan Adrian smoked the field from lane 8, winning the men’s 100 free in 48.32 at Los Angeles Invitational on Friday, July 18.
Margo Geer is one of the many stars out in Southern California for the Los Angeles Invitational at USC.
Ella Eastin and Haley Anderson both qualified for the championship final of the women’s 400 IM at LA Invite.
Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, Anthony Ervin, Matt Grevers and Kosuke Kitajima are among the names on the loaded LA Invite psych sheets.
The stars will be out in Los Angeles, with Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, and Natalie Coughlin among the headliners for the 2014 LA Invitational
A key ingredient of a successful underwater kick is a proper coordination between the movements of the head, chest, hips and feet. Without a balance between all movements of the body a swimmer sacrifices speed, strength and efficiency in underwater kicking.
Laid back, tatty’d up, and blisteringly fast, Anthony Ervin has been carving up pools worldwide over the course of his two part career. Here are 8 things you might not have known about the American sprinter.
Brian Bolster, Head Coach of Osprey Aquatics, wanted to tackle the issue of Early Vertical Forearm (EVF) and succeeded spectacularly with the development of the Bolster Paddles.
Nathan Adrian is the obvious favorite in 50 free, but he’ll lead a crew of heavyweight fighters into a race all about speed, aggression and power.
UCSD head coach Matt Macedo will leave his post at the end of July for a Division I role at UCSB.
Quiz time! Test your knowledge of past and present American sprinters with this 10-question quiz.
We’ve seen a lot of great swimming and fun times so far at the 2014 USA Swimming Arena Grand Prix…
2014 Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara Men’s 50 Freestyle – FINALS Bruno Fratus just missed 21 seconds, finishing first…
For coaches and swimmers looking to improve timing and strength in the water, single arm drilling is a simple solution. Incorporating a single arm drill into each practice allows for technique-based drilling without sacrificing too much time on intervals.
France’s Florent Manaudou wasn’t risking another prelims stumble like he had in Canet earlier in the week.