The American 4x100m medley relay team at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games put up an amazing time that under careful consideration might be faster than what the American ladies can go at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
After an extremely eventful week in Toronto, we at Swimswam compiled a list explaining just why these Pan American Games were the best ever.
Forecasts could be in the triple digits for the upcoming national championship meets over the next few weeks in San Antonio, Texas.
Katie Meili has had the true definition of a breakthrough season thus far, sporting an unrested 1:06.50 in season and coming back to swim a 1:05.64 at the Pan American Games in Toronto.
Ryan Lochte is no stranger to selfies!
She’s not shying away from the thoughts of once again racing the 100m backstroke, and possibly going after a third 100 back Olympic gold, “In the Olympic format 100 back, 100 free, 50 free, that plays out pretty nicely.”
America’s Natalie Coughlin earned her 60th international championship medal en route to her squad’s 4x100m medley relay gold tonight in Toronto.
There are few athletes who can make a mark on their sport like American swimming star Natalie Coughlin has.
Everything’s on the line for day five finals here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. At this current point in time, the United States leads the swimming medal table with nine golds. Brazil has eight, Canada has seven.
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Natalie Coughlin (above) certainly delivered, turning in the 4th-fastest time in the world this year with her 400 medley lead off.
Natalie Coughlin almost earned a lifetime best in the 100 back this morning.
The Americans will be leading off with Natalie Coughlin, Katie Meili, Kelsi Worrell, and Allison Schmitt during the prelims of the 4x100m medley relay at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games.
Katie Meili’s earth-shattering 100 breaststroke on Friday morning at the 2015 Pan American Games raised more questions about the United States’ selection procedures for the World Championships.
Canadians Caldwell and Bouchard (above) will try to set themselves up for another 1-2 finish in the 100 back; they are the top two seeds going into prelims tomorrow morning.