It’s been two of years of close finishes for Aimee Willmott. The 22 year old, however, believes that these near misses have made her more dedicated and focused throughout this entire season.
Hannah Miley, now a veteran of the British team, has been a regular finalist at the World and Olympic level…
All you have to say is “the Relay” or “the Anchor” and everybody in the swimming community knows that you are referring to Jason’s amazing anchor leg of the 4×100 free relay in Beijing 2008.
WOMEN’S 400 IM: 2015 FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW Day 8, Sun August 9th 2013 World Champion: Katinka Hosszu, HUN – 4:30.41…
Team USA has selected its captains for the 2015 World Championships: Matt Grevers, Anthony Ervin, David Plummer, Elizabeth Beisel, Cammile Adams and Jessica Hardy.
Dressel (above) won five races at the Southern Zone South Sectional Championships in Orlando this weekend.
On Day 3 of the 2015 Orlando Long Course Sectional Championships in Orlando, NCAA champ Caeleb Dressel put on an impressive performance, swimming 3 events in a row and winning gold in two of them.
Caeleb Dressel went big in two swims on Friday in Orlando.
Olympian Elizabeth Beisel has joined Mutual of Omaha’s Gold Medal Team, a select group of active and retired swimmers, sponsored by Mutual of Omaha, who represent the sport to young people across the country.
Elizabeth Beisel (above) at the 2012 Olympic Trials in Omaha, NE.
Miriam Sheehan of the Phoenix Swim Club continues her impressive run of National Age Group Records.
The bulk of the Gators squad chose to swim at Georgia Tech instead of Santa Clara last weekend, coming up with multiple wins, but mostly looking like Florida tends to look in the heat of a Gregg Troy training block: tired.
10-year old Claire Tuggle has broken her second National Age Group Record of the long course season, crushing an Elizabeth Beisel standard by five seconds.
US Olympians Elizabeth Beisel, Conor Dwyer, and Matt Grevers all scratched events on day two of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Meet in Santa Clara.
Katinka Hosszu is once again entered in all 17 individual events in the last stop of this year’s Arena Pro Swim Series.