We might be in for an even more wild ride than we had at last year’s championships this weekend in Iowa City
It’s the same series with a new name – the Arena Pro Swim Series kicked off in Austin today and…
Now that the 2016 Rio Olympics are officially “next year,” let’s take a look back at the previous Olympic cycle to see just how much is likely to change between now and Rio.
Katinka Hosszu cleared yet another meet record this morning with her morning swim in the 100 IM.
Thanks to Lafayette alum and U.S. FINA Press Commissioner, Greg Eggert, Olympic icons Brendan Hansen and Rowdy Gaines traveled to NYC to cover the famous Lehigh vs Layafette dual meet.
Olympic Icon Brendan Hansen Named General Manager of Aquatics Operations and Head Coach at Austin Aquatics and Sports Academy
Brendan Hansen: “I am fired up to join Austin Aquatics and Sports Academy. AASA and I share a strong commitment to providing an ideal training environment for young swimmers…”
Olympians Nathan Adrian and Conor Dwyer will headline the USA National Team Alumni Social held on site at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center on Saturday right after prelims in Austin, Texas.
Brendan Hansen has stepped into a roll as coach at Lost Creek Aquatics in suburban Austin. “Now is the time for me to teach the younger generations everything that I’ve learned in the sport,” said Hansen, who will be coaching at all three Lost Creek Aquatics locations.
From the swimming vaults of a little website known as swimnetwork, a swimming documentary was captured. It was (and is) perhaps the greatest “rivalry documentary film” ever produced. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Josh Davis and the Mutual of Omaha BREAKout! Swim Clinic present the Fastest Man in Texas Shootout. Featured image: Dax Hill, Jimmy Feigen & Brendan Hansen (Photo Credit: MOO BOSC)
Kevin Cordes is viewed as the favorite by many, but Scott Weltz, pictured above, was last year’s Olympic Trials champion. (Photo credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
Arizona’s Kevin Cordes has taken the breaststroking world by storm the last two months, and now he’s ready for some World Championship competition. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Campolindo senior Steven Stumph was one of three swimmers under the old national high school record in the boys 100 breast.
“Aaron Peirsol became the first human to go under 1:40 in the 200 yard backstroke with a 1:39.16 and won Swimmer of the Meet at the NCAA Championhips.” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Jason Lezak (left) and Gary Hall Junior (right) pose at last year’s Golden Goggle Awards.