The highest placing American swimmers in the 2014 Arena Grand Prix Series, Conor Dwyer and Caitlin Leverenz, received the keys to…
Natalie Coughlin is one of a number of swimmers who is just looking for a way onto the Pan Pacs team in their final chances on Sunday.
Cammile Adams will look to fend off a talented, young field to seal a spot on the Pan Pac team tomorrow.
Maya DiRado is our top pick for the women’s 200 IM at 2014 Nationals.
The women’s 100 fly final was a close contest bewteen North Coast’s Kendyl Stewart and Stanford’s Felicia Lee.
Watch Maya DiRado and Caitlin Leverenz battle it out in the middle lanes for the 200 IM title at LA Invite.
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.
Olympic silver medalist Elizabeth Beisel is our favorite to win the women’s 400 IM at Nationals in August.
Micah Lawrence has been on a tear this season through the Grand Prix circuit, and she’ll try to extend that magic for SwimMAC in Irvine.
With all due respect to Katie Ledecky’s earth-shattering world records, this week’s HardCore Swim takes a look at another USA Swimming star who put together an outstanding weekend, and whose swims might be lost in the frenzy of Ledecky’s world marks.
Katie Hoff, on the comeback trail in the Sunshine State after a swimming hiatus, won four events at the SFTL meet, including a 200 IM that would have won the Santa Clara Grand Prix by over a half second.
The overall Grand Prix points race had some big finishes come down to the wire, with Conor Dwyer taking the men’s title by a single point and Caitlin Leverenz earning the women’s BMW lease by just a half-point.
Women’s 200 Butterfly – FINALS Andreina Pinto tore through all 200 meters of her 200 butterfly, dropping over a second…