James Magnussen will be facing stiff competition at the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series…
Katie Ledecky (above), Ryan Lochte, and Nathan Adrian will all swim their first long course meets since Pan Pacs in a week in Austin.
Ryan Lochte is one of 28 American swimmers who will head down under later this month for a weekend of racing in Perth.
Madison Kennedy ruled the pool in West Virginia as she took home the sprint crown at the first ever “Harry Green WV50″.
Jimmy Feigen and Karlee Bispo won the 50 freestyle shoot outs on Day 3 of the KMSC Pro-Am Classic
The 2014 KMSC Pro-Am Classic kicks off on Thursday.
Josh Schneider provided the lead-off leg on the United States’ American Record-setting relay in the 4×50 Free relay.
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Emily Allen will be making her international debut for Team USA this winter in Doha, Qatar.
Jimmy Feigen, Connor Jaeger, Chloe Sutton, Nick Folker, Christine Magnuson and Scott Weltz headline the Fitter and Faster Elite Speed and Power events.
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3rd Annual ‘Fastest Man in Texas’ Shootout slated for Nov. 1 in San Antonio, inaugural women’s event added
The date has been set for the 2014 Fastest Man in Texas shootout, where Jimmy Feigen (pictured) and a host of sprinters will compete to steal the 3rd annual Fastest Man in Texas title, while the first-ever women’s title is up for grabs.
TYR Sport is proud to announce that three of its athletes — Matt Grevers, Michael McBroom and Jimmy Feigen– have earned bids to the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Leading the Elite Camp will be Olympians Jimmy Feigen, Kara Lynn Joyce and Strength and Conditioning expert, Nick Folker. Qualifying times in the 100 yard free of 54.99 (boys) and 58.99 (girls) are required to attend.
Matt Grevers won the men’s 100m backstroke with a blazing fast time of 52.75 — the third-fastest time in the world this year — securing his spot at Pan Pacs. This accolade, in addition to his win in the men’s 50m butterfly, helped earn Grevers the individual High Point Award on the final night of Nationals.