After some impressive swims over the weekend, French swim fans are holding on to hope that they haven’t seen the last of Laure Manaudou.
The biggest blue chip is off the table, plus we’ve got all the headlines from the World Cup (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Katinka Hosszu has already earned $33,000 in the first three stops of the World Cup Series and she leads the series point race after the Stockholm stop. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Garrett Reports: World Cup winnings, high school records, and SwimSwam’s poll of the Week. (Photo Courtesy © Sergio Lopez)
Kelsey Floyd started her senior season by setting a pool record in the 1000 free. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
The Fast Lane Meet in Rio over the weekend featured a fresh format that was fan friendly. (Photo courtesy © Mike Alexandrov)
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Garrett races 18 year old World Record Holder Akihiro Yamaguchi in this World Record Weekend Wrap-Up.
The qualifying standards for the 2016 Olympic Trials should be based on… (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
SwimSwam brought you the RCP Tiburon Sprint Classic and Tiburon Mile over the weekend, but that wasn’t the only racing taking place. (Photo Courtesy © Mike Lewis, OlaVistaPhotography.com)
At the Paralympic Games, Belarus’s Ihar Boki has been the star on the men’s side dominating the s13 classification with 5 medals. Plus Michael Phelps sells his Sols as part of an endorsement deal.
A pair of Japan’s junior stars may be holding the best tapers ever, while back here in the states the missile is set to strike in Berkley this weekend.
King Cesar shows off his breakaway speed while Reezy races real royalty in Vegas. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Diana Nyad is still on course to reach the coast of Florida on Tuesday, despite a heavy squall and some jelly fish stings. (Photo Courtesy @ Mike Lewis OlaVistaPhotography.com)
Missy is making headlines home and abroad….(Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
The Americans and the Aussies arrived in London and there were records broken at meets in Canada and the US.
The USOC “Black Out” began this week, and the college coaching carrousel continued to turn. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.Com)