See full day 2 finals heat sheets here. There will be thick competition during Friday’s finals at the 2014 Pan…
Many thanks to Paul Younan for these swimming photos!
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.
Tom Shields has finally arrived as a world class swimmer. How will he face-off against Michael Phelps in the 100m butterfly at the Pan Pacific Championships? What’s your prediction?
Michael Phelps will swim 5 individual races at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, according to psych sheets that were released…
SwimMAC Carolina won all three team titles possible at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
At the touch, it was Ryan Lochte with the second fastest time in the world at 1:56.50. Michael Phelps was just behind him at 1:56.55.
Michael Phelps has always been a back half swimmer, despite his breaststroke being his worst of the four strokes. It came down to the final 25 meters as Phelps was gaining quickly on Lochte. At the touch, it was Ryan Lochte with the second fastest time in the world at 1:56.50. Michael Phelps was just behind him at 1:56.55.
American star Missy Franklin is among the headliners of the 2014 U.S. Pan Pacs team.
Natalie Coughlin is one of a number of swimmers who is just looking for a way onto the Pan Pacs team in their final chances on Sunday.
David Marsh’s SwimMAC Carolina team has been swimming well all week, and that shows in the team scores.
It came down to the touch, and Tom Shields was there, getting his hand on the wall first for his second win of the meet. He touched at 51.29, only .01 seconds in front of Michael Phelps, at 51.30.
Coach Marsh breaks down SwimMAC Team Elites: Lochte, Clary, Lawrence and Adams.
Ryan Lochte finished third in the 200 back with a 1:56.47, which isn’t the worst thing in the world for him, as he is already on the Pan Pac’s team and can go for a faster time again in a few weeks.
200 backstroke – 2014 US Nationals: Ryan Lochte took it out very strong for the first 100 of his 200…