Nathan Adrian rocks the top seed of the morning in the men’s 50m freestyle – 22.39.
Throughout the course of its 7-year history, the Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic in Orlando, Florida has proven to be more than just your average swim meet – and this year’s edition of the annual short course meters event was no exception.
U.S. Olympic gold medalist Claire Donahue of South Florida Aquatic Club definitely has a future as a masters swimmer.
The first finals session of the FINA World Cup Series will take place today in Moscow. Hungarian star Katinka Hosszu is already back at it and will contest several events during tonight’s finals.
Worrell now sits behind Torres as the 2nd fastest American of all time, and the fastest ever American in textile. That surpassed Dana Vollmer’s 25.80 that she swam in 2012.
Tomorrow marks the first time that Team USA will swim a mixed medley relay at a major international long course meet, and the coaches will have a number of factors to consider to as they construct their lineups.
Home to hundreds of swimmers, including U.S. Olympic gold medalist and TYR athlete, Claire Donahue, South Florida Aquatic Club prides itself on remaining diverse in both the number of counties it reaches and the age range of athletes it accommodates.
Natalie Coughlin (above) certainly delivered, turning in the 4th-fastest time in the world this year with her 400 medley lead off.
Katie Meili’s earth-shattering 100 breaststroke on Friday morning at the 2015 Pan American Games raised more questions about the United States’ selection procedures for the World Championships.
Sarah Sjostrom will be looking to repeat as world champion…
Clark Burckle, go big or go home! #OlympicRingsTat
Olympian Claire Donahue blasted one of the best 100 fly times in the nation so far this year in Tennessee, one of several Olympians to light up the Tennessee Aquatics June Invitational in Knoxville.
While most of the eyes of swimming fandom were locked on Santa Clara this weekend for the finale of the Arena Pro Swim Series, a number of high-profile athletes chose to stay closer to home for various local meets.
“I really am looking forward to it. I want to go. There are no doubts in my mind.” – Claire Donahue
National Team member and Western Kentucky University 2011 graduate, Claire Donahue, speaks with SwimSwam in the wake of the WKU’s hazing allegations and program suspension.