Lithuania’s Ruta Meilutyte now owns both sprint records on the Continent.
The Canadian women have been building some depth in their butterfly group; perhaps not quite the depth that their breaststroke…
Liam Donnelly, the head coach of the Simon Fraser University swimming program, has announced the hiring of Claude-Yves Bertrand as…
Mission Viejo’s Chloe Sutton knows how to nail her splits. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The meet named in honor of the great American swimmer Fran Crippen will begin Thursday in Mission Viejo. (Photo: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)
On his most recent trip out to the west coast to attend the Mel Zajac Jr. International SwimSwam caught up…
Conor Dwyer has been on a roll so far at the Santa Clara Grand Prix, and will hope to stay hot in the last finals session in the 200 IM. (Photo: Bill Collins)
Mike Alexandrov has been on fire this year, but he’ll face his biggest challenge yet in the young Kevin Cordes in Sunday’s 100 breaststroke. (Photo: Bill Collins)
Every race should have great head-to-head battles, though a big showdown looms to end Saturday’s finals with a showdown between top-seeded Nathan Adrian (above), Anthony Ervin, Cesar Cielo, and Cullen Jones in the men’s 50 free. (Photo: Bill Collins)
Ryan Lochte swam two events that he hasn’t (Photo: Bill Collins)
In an announced released by Swim Ontario on May 31st “The Dolphins Swim Club of Oakville (DSC) membership within Swim…
Ryan Lochte won his first Grand Prix race in almost three months, and the American men put on quite a display on night 2 of the 2013 Santa Clara Grand Prix. (Photo: Bill Collins)
Conor Dwyer swam a lifetime sprint best and Ryan Lochte (above) looked sharp early at the Santa Clara International Grand Prix. (File Photo: Bill Collins)
Ryan Lochte of the Gator Swim Club in the United States took Canada by storm in Friday’s prelims session. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
“By naming fresh Canadian chicken ‘the official protein ofswimming in Canada,’ this partnership showcases a spirit of cooperation between two organizations that believe in promoting healthy lifestyles.” Said Chris Wilson, Director of Marketing & Events at Swimming Canada.