We’ve put together some interactive maps showing the spread of U.S. National Teamers Geographically.
Michael Phelps of North Baltimore blew away the field, and indeed the rest of the world, with his 1:52.94 win in the men’s 200 fly on Day Two of U.S. Nationals.
After a hot streak at the Pan American Games, Nick Thoman is back in the pool, taking runner up in the 100 back
With Koga’s winning time he ironically ties Thoman as the 11th fastest man in the world this season in the 100m backstroke
On Friday morning at U.S. Nationals, we’ll get our first look at Michael Phelps, who will swim the 200 fly prelims as the 8th seed. He’ll have to take on Jack Conger, the American record holder in yards, in his heat.
Michael Phelps will swim his first final of the championships tonight in the 200 fly after posting the top time in prelims
Michael Phelps as well as fellow Olympic medalists Cullen Jones, Caitlin Leverenz, Allison Schmitt, and Nick Thoman, are among the more than 900 swimmers expected to compete next week in Texas.
Forecasts could be in the triple digits for the upcoming national championship meets over the next few weeks in San Antonio, Texas.
Josh Schneider’s 50m freestyle win added another gold to the United States’ total of 9 through four days of competition in Toronto.
American Nick Thoman raced his way to a gold medal in the men’s 100m backstroke tonight at the 2015 Pan…
Countries like Brazil and the United States are powerhouses when it comes to swimming, but at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Team Canada looks as though they have plenty of potential to top the medal table.
Clark Burckle, go big or go home! #OlympicRingsTat
It’s been a long layoff for Missy Franklin since an explosive NCAA Championships, but the Olympic champ will make her professional debut in Santa Clara this week.
Fast swimming continued during the third day of competition at the 2015 Southwest Classic in Arizona, as Margo Geer took home another win, this time in the 50m freestyle.
Here’s another great photo vault featuring work from our chief swimming photographer Mike Lewis. Lot’s a fun and fast swimming…