On September 6th many of the world’s best swimmers will converge on Singapore for the Singapore Swim Stars challenge…
Swimming Video edit – Coleman Hodges
Ryan Lochte has been very generous with his fans and fellow competitors in his first meet back since his knee injury
Brazilian World record-holder Cesar Cielo talks with SwimSwam about his new training home in Mesa as well as his second-place 50 freestyle swim at the Orlando Grand Prix. Video courtesy of Coleman Hodges.
Sean Mahoney off the start of the 200 breaststroke (photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography)
Video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner.
Ryan Lochte will swim his first races since the World Championships in Orlando.
James Magnussen’s winning time of 47.97 makes it the 13th time that he has dipped under the 48 second mark…
The Australian has twelve swims under 48 seconds, tied with France’s Alain Bernard and one ahead of World Record-holder Cesar Cielo. More impressive is that all 12 of Magnussen’s swims have come in the post-bodysuit era.
Katie Ledecky is one of 10 legends in the making who are on the verge of ‘forever’ status in swimming.
We’ve spent the last two weeks honoring the best and brightest of 2013. Here’s the final awards list.
Cesar Cielo, winner of two individual golds this past summer, is the 2013 Latin American Male Swimmer of the Year
2013 was our first Phelps-less year in a long while. Will the New Year bring a return of the iconic pre-race body-slaps?
Cesar Cielo will now be swimming at the Kino Aquatic Center under Mesa Aquatics’ new post-grad training group.
October 2012, Cesar Cielo underwent surgery on both knees. The recovery was long and arduous, robbing Cesar of a quality training. Cesar had to find a way to quickly regain his leg strength while continuing to rehabilitate his knees.