CDC report strongly recommended not to “pee or poop in the water” in order to prevent dangerous chemicals from forming when that pee or poop chemically reacts with the chlorine.
Over the next several weeks, I will break down the flip turn into four components: the approach, the flip, the underwater and the breakout. Each of these components is important and I commonly see mistakes made in all four of them, often by the same swimmer.
In the wake of her shiny new 50m backstroke American record, fans will now get to see 12-time Olympic medalist…
Watch all the race videos from day two of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara.
A Michael Phelps return to the 200 fly on the international level is looking less and less crazy with each passing swim. That and more in tonight’s “5 Big Things.”
We’ve got more to share from our photographer Mike Lewis who’s on the job in Santa Clara making some great…
Natalie Coughlin absolutely zoomed this race, going a 27.51 to destroy her own personal best and break the American Record at the same time.
Natalie Coughlin zoomed a 27.51 to destroy her own personal best and break the American Record at the same time.
Michael Phelps hasn’t broken two minutes in the 200 fly since the 2012 Olympic Games.
The fast rise of Cody Miller continues, with the IU grad putting up his third-ever sub-minute 100 breast and his lifetime-best in a dominant win.
Natalie Coughlin snagged the women’s 50m backstroke win tonight, leaving the old American and U.S. Open records in her wake.
Being comic book fans, we had to ask who these Olympic swimmers would be if they were superheroes…
Michael Phelps will race 5 events at the Santa Clara Grand Prix, including one shocking swap.
California Olympians Anthony Ervin, Caitlin Leverenz, Rachel Bootsma, Nathan Adrian, and Natalie Coughlin were at the University of California this evening…
We caught up with Ethan, a former UNC and UCSB standout and the husband of U.S. Olympian Natalie Coughlin to get his thoughts on the new gig, coaching philosophy and marital bliss between competitive swimmers.