VIDEO INTERVIEWS: Missy Franklin, Kara Lynn Joyce & more at the NYC premier of Touch the Wall documentary
The swimming-centric documentary made its New York City premier last night, and SwimSwam caught up with Missy Franklin, Kara Lynn Joyce and more to get the scoop on the film’s debut.
Win a free screening of the new feature film Touch The Wall hosted by one of the stars – Three–time Olympian, Kara Lynn Joyce.
The Utah women’s swimming and diving team will host No. 4 Cal this Friday, Nov. 14 at Ute Natatorium in Salt Lake City. The meet is scheduled to get underway at 2 p.m.
Josh Prenot and California were overpowering Friday night, knocking off the visiting Wisconsin Badgers in a pair of duals.
Todd Schmitz (right) has been named the headliner of the 2014 FINA Youth Programme event in Doha.
Many teams request a Teamanship talk when doing camps for junior high and high school swimmers. During the presentation the team is given 10 minutes to give the TRAITS – VALUES and SKILLS they are developing and experiencing by being a team member.
Head Coach Carol Capitani saw her Longhorns make a comeback against a Pac-12 power for the second-straight day.
“Swimmers, Swim Teams, and Olympians celebrated Halloween! Above, Olympic icon, Natalie Coughlin as a zombie.” (Swim Photo Credit: The Swimming Family)
Katie Ledecky will swim four individual events at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
The Pac-12 Conference has passed a set of new rules for its athletes concerning scholarships, athlete transfers and more under the new autonomy granted by the NCAA.
Kaylin Bing was one of Cal’s top scorers, winning the 50 free and the 200 free relay.
Touch The Wall, the swimming film staring Kara Lynn Joyce and Missy Franklin, put out a new trailer today as…
The Cal women have some of the top names in college swimming that makes up a fantastic roster and undoubtedly…
A healthy Missy Franklin showed up in Florida alongside her Cal teammates, who eschewed the meet’s “All-Florida” title. After back spasms interrupted her summer, Franklin’s health is paramount to Cal’s success this season.
After three golds and a silver it was clear that Natalie Hinds of the University of Florida was not completely satisfied with her winnings as she added another win with a 48.95 in the 100 freestyle. Kaitlyn Dressel was second in 49.20 followed by Missy Franklin in 49.87. Pelton finished fifth inn 50.99.