The women’s points race in the Arena Pro Swim Series is heating up with just two stops remaining; in Mesa,…
Katie Ledecky swims the 800 on the final night of Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona.
It’s been a great 4 day ride out in the desert at the Mesa Pro Swim Series stop. The team…
Barring a disqualification, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will meet in the finals of the 200 IM at the Arena Pro Swim Series Mesa.
Tyler Clary is the top seed in the men’s 200 butterfly after winning the 400 IM last night.
Tyler Clary grabbed a win in the 400 IM with a 4:19.59 to win the A final
Ms. Ledecky (above) will look to put up a solid 400 free this morning and set herself up for a big finals swim.
Michael Phelps won his first race since serving his six month suspension.
Michael Phelps’ return to competitive swimming will be at the Pro Swim Series – Mesa, after a 6-month suspension.
12-time Olymipc medalist, Natalie Coughlin, is one of over a dozen U.S. Swim Stars of Irish descent.
USA Swimming Executive Director Chuck Wielgus says that preliminary, informal discussions have begun to reinstate Michael Phelps to the 2015 World Championships team.
Former Florida training partners Conor Dwyer and Elizabeth Beisel continue to lead the Arena Pro Swim Series with three stops remaining.
Matt Grevers will not swim the A final of the 200 backstroke. Tyler Clary and Bobby Hurley also scratched the event.
The most effected event was the men’s 200m fly final where two swimmers dropped out of the ‘B’ final including Olympic gold medallist Tyler Clary. Clary stated yesterday that he wasn’t very happy with the way he’s been swimming in Orlando, and after a 2:04.97 in the prelims of the 200m fly to take the third seed in the ‘B’ final, Clary scratched the race.
Tyler Clary, after being run down at the end of the men’s 400 IM by Sebastien Rousseau, wasn’t happy with his first night’s performance in Orlando.