American Tom Shields is one of 8 U.S. swimmers entered in the Doha World Cup stop.
Michael Phelps will swim four events, including leaving a couple of old favorites off of his list.
Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke – US Nationals Preview – Question marks abound in one of US’s deepest races
David Plummer (pictured) is the defending national champion in what has historically been one of the USA’s toughest and deepest events.
Men’s 100 Meter Butterfly – US Nationals Preview – Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte comebacks could collide
Perhaps the marquee event of this summer’s U.S. Nationals, the men’s 100 fly is a mash-up of the year’s two biggest comeback stories, a lineup of iconic swimming figures and exciting young talents that should capture the attention of the whole world on August 8th.
Tom Shields and Michael Phelps have tied once again. They are the current co-American record holders in the 200 yard butterfly, and now they are tying again in meters.
The Santa Clara Grand Prix is the next stop on the Michael Phelps comeback tour, and will also be the 2014 Grand Prix series debut for Missy Franklin.
The Singapore Swim Stars meet, billed as a kick-off to the brand-new, state-of-the-art Aquatic Center in the Singapore Sports Hub, will award $150,000 in prize money between 10 total events, according to Italy’s SwimBiz.it.
53.86 in-season 100m backstroke is no joke. Plummer’s well ahead of his own gameplan to swim fast at Pan Pac Trials.
Michael Andrew swam a 56.39 in the 100 backstroke at the 2014 Arena Grand Prix in Charlotte.
The Charlotte stop of the Arena Grand Prix Circuit is still packed to the brim with big names, including Michael Phelps making the second appearance of his comeback tour.
Swimming news is courtesy of USA Swimming: Nine members of the USA Swimming National Team will visit the Novant Hemby…
While the Russians await their records, the Danish women (including above, Mie Nielsen, Rikke Moeller-Pedersen, Jeanette Ottesen, and Pernille Blume) celebrate their newly-ratified World Records.
2014 Mesa Grand Prix-Prelims Recap Day 3: Katie Hoff Blows Away The Field In 200 IM On A Windy Morning In Mesa
With a Michael Phelps-less heat sheet for Saturday morning, there will still be plenty of exciting and even interesting swimming to go around.
This is long, raw footage. Michael Phelps comments on his prelim 100 butterfly. Phelps earned the top seed in 52.84, with friend and competitor Ryan Lochte just behind in 52.94.”
22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps will make his official comeback at the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix. But that’s far from the only storyline to watch at this week’s battle in the desert.