The Mare Nostrum series’ Monaco stop – the final stop on the tour – has posted start lists that include some huge names, including the Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu, the American SwimMAC contingent led by Ryan Lochte, and the rising group of Danish women including world record-holder Rikke Moller Pedersen.
Why is Michael Phelps in this Russian teaser video for the 2015 FINA World Championships?
On Friday, USA Swimming posted the following Tweet highlighting the dire challenge of American sprinting so far in 2015. Since then, the situation has gotten even more dire, with Katsumi Nakamura going a 48.41 in the 100m freestyle at the Japan Open.
Tom Shields topped Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps to win the 100-meter butterfly.Shields posted a time of 52.12 seconds to earn the victory in the 16th-fastest time in the world this year.
After what Ryan Lochte has himself called “The worst year of my career”, it seems as if the Gainesville native has turned a new leaf
The fifth stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series wrapped up in Charlotte last weekend. As the dust settles on one of the fastest and deepest Pro Swim Series meets yet, here are 9 big things we learned:
2015 Arena Pro Swim Charlotte: Watch Katinka Hosszu Break 200 IM US Open Record; All Day 4 Race Videos
Katinka Hosszu won the 200 IM, breaking Julia Smit’s US Open record from 2009 with a time of 2:08.66.
Ryan Lochte one-upped Phelps tonight by swimming 1:57.20 to win the A-Final and take his first event title of the meet
Ryan Lochte will have two chances on Sunday to earn his first win of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series – Charlotte.
We’re in the final day of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series stop in Charlotte, North Carolina and there’s still…
Follow along for live updates from day 4 prelims of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte.
Follow along for live updates from Day 3 finals of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte.
Day 3 is a wrap and the fun and fast swimming continue. There’s a definite buzz in the air as…
The highest scratch of the day comes from Thiago Pereira in the 200 breaststroke. He posted the fastest time of the…
With the comeback in full force, Michael Phelps swam his first 200m fly since the 2012 London Olympics. He wasn’t afraid to attack the race early on, leading the way to the 100 meter wall in 57.09. At the 150, Phelps was still in front, but that last 50 seemed to prove to be trouble.