Breeja Larson is one of a host of breaststrokers now on the docket for Oklahoma’s Pro Am, which features the 50 breast as its rotating event in 2014.
Michael Phelps makes his return to international competition in Australia this week. Get the scoop on what to watch for at the Pan Pacific Championships here.
Matt Grevers won the men’s 100m backstroke with a blazing fast time of 52.75 — the third-fastest time in the world this year — securing his spot at Pan Pacs. This accolade, in addition to his win in the men’s 50m butterfly, helped earn Grevers the individual High Point Award on the final night of Nationals.
David Plummer won the A final, despite a not-so-good start, with a 24.82. Nick Thoman rolled in second, Shane Ryan…
Ryan Murphy finished second at 53.21, followed by Nick Thoman for third at 53.46. That should book Thoman a trip to Pan Pacs.
David Marsh’s SwimMAC Carolina team has been swimming well all week, and that shows in the team scores.
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Katie Ledecky (left) and Missy Franklin (right) are two of the many stars converging on Southern California for the US National Championships this week.
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Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke – US Nationals Preview – Question marks abound in one of US’s deepest races
David Plummer (pictured) is the defending national champion in what has historically been one of the USA’s toughest and deepest events.
The 2014 Greensboro Sectional Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in North Carolina will be a meet about redemption ahead of U.S. Nationals in three weeks.
In a throwback to the good old days of American swimming, both Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte are entered and could go head-to-head as many as three times over the course of the weekend.
Michael Phelps will swim the 100 back for the first time
Olympians Nick Thoman, Kim Vandenberg & Kate Ziegler headline the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour Bethesda, Maryland & Greenville, South Carolina clinics.
Olympic gold medalist Alyssa Anderson demonstrates drills for freestyle catch.