Michael Phelps was back in the racing pool with strength in the 2nd quarter of 2014, but also made a strong appearance back in USADA’s testing pool.
Do you have what it takes to make the 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team? You have to make the cuts first.
Australia’s Melanie Schlanger and the U.S.A.’s Nathan Adrian put their sprinting skills on display in Singapore and were handily rewarded for it, to the tune of $20,000.
On Friday, September 5th Singapore will play host to a star-studded meet featuring some of the most talented swimmers in…
Among the 12 Olympic Champions and 21 World Champions lined-up are James Magnussen (Australia), Katinka Hosszu (Hungary), Jessica Hardy (USA) Rūta Meilutytė (Lithuania), Nathan Adrian (USA), Fabien Gilot (France), and Jeanette Ottesen (Denmark).
3rd Annual ‘Fastest Man in Texas’ Shootout slated for Nov. 1 in San Antonio, inaugural women’s event added
The date has been set for the 2014 Fastest Man in Texas shootout, where Jimmy Feigen (pictured) and a host of sprinters will compete to steal the 3rd annual Fastest Man in Texas title, while the first-ever women’s title is up for grabs.
The inaugural 2014 Youth Fantasy Camp for ages 12-17 will be held October 9–12, followed by an adult Fantasy Camp for ages 18 and older from October 17-19. Space is limited, with registration deadlines on September 3 for youth camp and September 10 for adult camp.
Thanks to our Pan Pacs partner, BridgeAthletic, today we featured Anthony Ervin’s 3 Favorite Exercises. This summer at US Nationals, Ervin battled a lightning fast final to win the title in the 50m freestyle.
Michael Phelps made the final of the 200 IM, while his longtime rival Ryan Lochte just missed the cut in Australia.
Many thanks to Scott Davis for these swimming photos.
Swimming News / Swimming Video is courtesy of Shannon Macdonald, SwimSwam Rankings Managing Editor. MEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINALS Meet…
Thanks to our Pan Pacs partner BridgeAthletic, today we will feature Tom Shields, currently one of the best butterfliers in the world. Tom had a breakout meet this summer at US Nationals, winning the 100m and 200m butterfly events.
Lights-out Ledecky: Katie Ledecky showed her speed with a relay run-down, and proved she can take over the American team with Missy Franklin slowed up by an injury.
Cameron McEvoy blew away Nathan Adrian’s Pan Pacs meet record from this morning with his time of 47.82.