Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Anthony Ervin will join the Europeans at the Marseille stage of FFN’s Golden Tour this weekend.
#2 Missy Franklin Wraps Up College Career, Winning 6 of 6 Individual Pac-12 Titles
Courtney Bartholomew was all smiles at the ACC Championships, but that smile could be making American history in a few weeks given her conference performances.
Louisville junior Kelsi Worrell swam one of the fastest 100 flys in history on Friday morning at the 2015 ACC Championships.
“I am a very competitive person deep down and when the beeper goes off and the race starts, I’m competitive whether it’s the [Arena] Pro [Swim] Series or the Olympics so the environment doesn’t really effect me,” Coughlin said. “I approach them in the same way, in the same mindset.”
Being comic book fans, we had to ask who these Olympic swimmers would be if they were superheroes…
Natalie Coughlin Swam her best time int he 100 yard backstroke in over 3 years on Friday in an exhibition race.
Edinburgh International Swim Meet Gets Another Boost With Confirmation of American, Italian, French Stars
Natalie Coughlin had great success on her last European trip to the Bolzano meet in Italy. She’ll hope to do it again in March.
Purdue commit Haley Rowell came up big in Austin, with 6 lifetime bests, including 3 new Olympic Trials cuts.
Coughlin clocked a 1:00.70 in the 100 backstroke at the Arena Pro Swim Austin for 2nd.
Andrew Seliskar was one of several exciting young swimmers to shine on the final night in Austin.
The fast swimming keeps on at the University of Texas for the Arena Pro Swim Series first stop of 2015. SwimSwam’s…
Katie Ledecky will swim her primary event, the 800 free, on Saturday, though her recent developments range-wise challenge the notion that she has a true primary event.
The Hosszu cometh: Katinka won last year’s circuit despite swimming just two of the six meets. She’ll try to track down points leader Elizabeth Beisel in Austin.