Night two at the Missouri Valley Swimming Division I Championships, and a second National Age Group Record for Michael Andrew…
Day 1 Predictions | Day 2 Predictions And in we go to the final day of the 2012 Women’s NCAA…
Fran Halsall ties a textile best in final session of the 2012 British Olympic Trials.
Natalie Coughlin is thinking about doing the unthinkable and dropping the 100 backstroke, her primary event, for the 100 fly.
In Federal Way, Missy Franklin took a win in her only individual event but was upstaged by 14-year old Kimberley Williams. In Greensboro, Micah Lawrence swam well too
Michael Andrew took down another National Age Group Record today in Kansas and it wasn’t even close.
Check out what Phelps did on night 1 of the Columbus Grand Prix better than he’s done it in 6 years. (Photo courtesy ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
It’s time to check out the favorites for day 2 at NCAA’s, including the “race of the century” in the women’s 400 IM.
Rebecca Adlington marked the fastest time in the history of the British Championships on the 2nd-to-last day of the British Olympic Trials.
Ellie Simmonds of the UK broke the S6 200 IM World Record Thursday in 3:08.14.
Missy Franklin already has two wins and a Meet Record under her belt in Federal Way.
Three Meet Records have gone down already on day 1 prelims at Columbus GP
The South Eastern Conference is not wasting any time to take advantage of the first-class facilities from their newest members. ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com
Men’s Zone Diving so far: Stan 1 in, Tex 2 in. ‘Zona’s Grado should qualify tomorrow.