Rounding out our Senior Spotlights for the women of the Big 10 is none other than the three-time defending Big…
The distance events may end up being some of the most exciting events to watch at this year’s Big Ten…
Continuing the tradition of providing professional and amateur swimmers a side-by-side competition, the King Marlin Swim Club will host the…
Senior Katie Anton and Erin Buck pose on the football field at the University of Minnesota.
There’s no questions here: Katie Ledecky is the favorite. But who will grab the #2 spot behind her?
Olympic gold medalist Jessica Hardy (pictured) and World Champs silver medalist David Plummer are among the headliners of the meet, which runs Thursday through Sunday.
Records are made to be broken they say, and at the 34th Annual Schroeder A+ meet and this past weekend,…
Dax Hill of SwimMAC Carolina had his best session as a pro on Friday night in Oklahoma City.
Ashley Steenvoorden won her second-straight Oklahoma City Pro-Am 1000 free on Thursday night.
Adam Brown and Cesar Cielo went nose-to-nose in the 100 free from the outside lanes, and Brown came away with the narrowest of victories. (Photo Courtesy: Greg Davis)
Another night of great racing at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia concluded with the most impressive swim of the competition so far… (Photo Credit: Tim BInning, theswimpictures)
During the prelims of day five, Cindy Tran, Jack Conger, and Kyler Van Swol earn top seeds for Team USA at the 2013 World University Games. (Photo Credit: TIm Binning, TheSwimPictures)
The hometown fans in Kazan, Russia certainly had something to cheer about on the fourth night of the World University Games as the Russian athletes put themselves on the top position of the podium in three out of the seven finals of the evening.
Georgia’s Melanie Margalis used a great back-half on her 200 IM to pull away for the top seed on Friday morning in Kazan. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Olympians Allison Schmitt (left) and Chloe Sutton (right) were both in the top 5 in the world last year, but will someone get left out in favor of fast-rising Katie Ledecky? (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)