Multi-time NCAA Champion and Olympic gold medallist Missy Franklin was named the Collegiate Woman of the Year and awarded the Honda Cup at a ceremony in Los Angeles Monday night.
U.S. Olympian Missy Franklin will star in a new FOX TV special called “Beat the Champions,” which will pit her and two other professional athletes against amateur athletes in handicapped competitions.
Our most recent count of US Olympic Trial Qualifiers as of June 23rd showed that 989 swimmers have qualified for the meet.
Missy Franklin and Becca Meyers have been nominated as finalists to receive the 2015 ESPY Awards.
Ledecky has shown a fierce tenacity to go after races with no fear and to do absolutely whatever it takes to win. Both Franklin and Ledecky will be in for a challenge.
Missy Franklin (above) rocked Twitter with some big news along with some awesome photos. Check #2 on our list for more!
Last year there were three swimmers who went sub-53, led by Cate Campbell at 52.62, and two this year with Bronte Campbell and Femke Heemskerk tied at 52.69. Based on the fast performances the last few years, we should see some more 52 second swims this summer.
Clark Burckle, go big or go home! #OlympicRingsTat
Franklin will have her work cut out for her to get her times down by World Champs in August.
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Connor Jaeger (pictured) went a season-best to win the 1500 free Sunday night, picking up his third win of the weekend and improving his third-ranked time in the world this year.
It’s been a great 4 days of racing in NorCal as some of the world’s best swimmers converged upon the…
Michael Phelps (above) will race two A finals tonight, the 200 IM and 200 backstroke.
It’s the final day of the last stop of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim. We’ve got more cool images to…
Missy Franklin will close out the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara with the 200 back and 100 free, two of her strongest events.