Above, Liz Pelton talks after Cal’s dual meet against the USC Trojans in Berkeley.
It’s a dawg party again, at least it is according to the CSCAA’s voting committee. The 2014 NCAA Champions top the rankings January 29th, 2015.
Chad le Clos, Mireia Belmonte and Ning Ze Tao are all in contention to be placed on the shortlist for the prestigious Laureus Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards…
Missy Franklin and the Cal Golden Bears used superior depth to outlast the top-heavy Arizona Wildcats in Tucson.
Franklin, pictured above, won three events and looked solid in Cal’s win over ASU.
The American Women and Men each suffered a drop in the quantity of #1 world-ranked times from 2013 to 2014, but other countries saw a rise in their overall world performance.
Lakeland Hills YMCA Swim Team in northern New Jersey had their first annual winter social: a private screening of Missy Franklin’s Touch The Wall and a frigid dip into their local lake for The Polar Plunge.
Olympic Champion Nathan Adrian has it. Here are 6 ways that you can adopt the mindset of an elite swimmer.
The impact of the new backstroke start wedges was immediately clear at Winter Nationals and SC Worlds.
The new year is a great time to look back on the past and move forward into the coming 12…
Her multiple national records, success on the NCAA scene, medal performances at international meets, and the fact that she was able to swim best times at four different championship meets throughout the year are what made Brittany MacLean the perfect recipient for this Swammy award.
Melissa Lundie captured photos of Kara Lynn Joyce and Missy Franklin at the NY premier of the documentary, “Touch the Wall.”
SHOUT FROM THE STANDS: “Here’s the truth everyone. Not all of us are going to grow up to swim in the Olympics.”
Cal’s Liz Pelton (right) and Missy Franklin (center) lead the NCAA with 4 individual “A” cuts each, and Rachel Bootsma (left) is also qualified.