“I hated when I saw the rumors that I actually did retire; I never did retire. I always wanted to leave it open for myself and I want to get back into shape. It’s one of those things that if I can get back into shape, maybe I’ll see what I can go in the pool.”
Current world leader Femke Heemskerk of the Netherlands was all but untouchable during her first ever taste of competition on U.S. soil.
Emily Seebohm is just one of the Aussies featured in the Dolphins’ Townsville Grand Prix wrap-up video.
For the second consecutive day, Cal Bear Ryan Murphy beat a murderer’s row of backstroking threats by a wide margin.
It’s been an interesting weekend for Connor Jaeger, who won the 200 free and 1500 free, but dropped the 400 and 800 to fellow distance man Michael McBroom.
World Record Holder Yuliya Efimova went 3-for-3 in breaststroke this weekend in Santa Clara after shortly coming off of a 16 month doping ban
Franklin will have her work cut out for her to get her times down by World Champs in August.
After a solid win in the 200 fly on Day 3, Phelps buckled down to swim 3 events on the final day of competition in Santa Clara
Michael Phelps won his first event of the season at the final Arena Pro Swim Series meet of the year.
Friis powered away with the 400 free win in Santa Clara, going a monster 4:07.17
Yesterday was all about Connor Jaeger as the distance man showed his speed in winning the 200 free. But tonight was Michael McBroom‘s night
Swimming against a veteran field loaded with international experience, 18-year-old American Simone Manuel came up big in the women’s 50 free
Today’s 200 fly for Michael Phelps was a night-and-day difference from his performance at Charlotte just a month ago
Nathan Adrian topped a tough field of 50 freestylers and cracked 22 in one fell swoop to win the men’s splash and dash
Despite tying him last year at this same meet, Tom Shields confesses missing Phelps in the 100 fly