Mitch Larkin announced to the swimming world that he had truly arrived as a top contender for Olympic gold this…
Tickets for the seventh Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool, slated for Dec. 11-12 at the Indiana University Natatorium on the campus of IUPUI, will go on sale Wednesday at 11 a.m. Central at usaswimming.org.
With 291 days remaining before the start of the 2016 US Olympic Team Trials and 330 days before the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, USA Swimming has officially named the 2016 US Olympic staff.
We’ve put together some interactive maps showing the spread of U.S. National Teamers Geographically.
4 individual gold medals from Katie Ledecky made up half of the American victories in Kazan, Russia.
A great backstroke start is a thing of beauty. I liken it to a dolphin leaping out of the water or David Boudia scoring a perfect 10 off of the 10-meter tower. You see no splash and hear no splash.
Elizabeth Beisel turns 23 today and the birthday girl gives us the scoop on some of her favorite swimming memories.
Each Camp specializes in a specific area of training and competiton including Speed and Power; IM Transitions; Underwater Dolphin Kicking and more.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: Daiya Seto of Japan improved his time from two years ago to win gold in the men’s 400 IM with a 4:08.50.
Follow along for live updates from the eighth day of the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Tyler Clary and Chase Kalisz come into the meet with the two fastest times in the 400 IM, but Japan’s Daiya Seto, the reigning world champion in the event, may have something to say about the event title in the end.
Katinka Hosszu will look to her win her third World title in the women’s 400 IM, and her third medal of the meet on the final day
Michael Phelps wasted no time asserting himself as one of the world’s best swimmers in 2015. In his first event, the 200 meter fly, he rocketed from 8th seed to 1st seed with a 1:55.15.
Two significant winning streaks were brought to an abrupt conclusion today, as the Americans went gold-less in the men’s 200m backstroke and 800 free relay events.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: Larkin broke the Oceanian record with his winning time of 1:53.58.