Top Hollywood Celebrities will Host Olympic Legends on Sunday, January 12 at the NBC/Universal Golden Globes Party.
Katie Ledecky features prominently in the Top 10 Hardcore Swims of the Year. See who else ranks with the biggest swims of 2013.
Top athletes expected to swim in Austin include Olympic Games gold medalists Nathan Adrian, Tyler Clary, Natalie Coughlin, Anthony Ervin, Matt Grevers, Katie Ledecky and Allison Schmitt.
His middle name is Ghar-jun, he appeared on MythBusters, and he’s got a street named after him in Bremerton. Here are 8 things you didn’t know about 100m freestyle Olympic Gold Medalist Nathan Adrian.
2013 was our first Phelps-less year in a long while. Will the New Year bring a return of the iconic pre-race body-slaps?
Peter Scharf will be introduced on the show by Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian tonight. See the full press release…
SwimSwam’s Garrett McCaffrey was at the Seattle Seahawks game on Sunday, where he captured this image of Nathan Adrian on the big-screen before his huge honor. Look closely, he’s there.
Sprint star Nathan Adrian, who won gold in the 100m Freestyle in London, partnered with celebrated Peruvian illustrator Gianmarco Magnani to create a swim cap that pays tribute to his hard-working hometown of Bremerton, Washington, and its ship-building history.
Four-time Olympic gold medalist Dana Vollmer teamed up with letterer and illustrator Jessica Hische to create her limited edition swim cap for Speedo USA.
Olympic gold medalist and swim safety advocate Cullen Jones teamed up with Jolby & Friends, a collaborative creative studio based in Portland, Oregon, to design a swim cap for those who “dare to be different.”
Video is courtesy of Eve and Candace with a lot of help from Kelly McCommons.
Art of the Cap brings swimming and creativity together to create positive change in the world. Speedo USA paired five Olympic athletes with five inspiring artists to design limited-edition caps for five worthy causes.
Video interview is courtesy of Kelsey Floyd. Video edit is courtesy of Coleman Hodges.
Katie Ledecky tore the old American record to pieces in the 1650, going an insane 15:15.17 to open up the night.
Teammates Liz Pelton and Missy Franklin will go head-to-head tonight in the 200 back final.