Clary closed in a 27.26 to take gold in 4:39.33 ahead of Zeiger’s 4:39.55.
After taking the top seed in prelims, Tom Shields decided to mix it up by swimming butterfly in the final tonight.
U.S. Olympian Melanie Margalis made it look easy, dominating the women’s 200 IM with a 1:53.16.
In conjunction with the AT&T Winter National Championships in Atlanta this week, the three athletes visited the patients of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston
Isabella Arcila blasted a time of 24.5 to lead off Canyons Aquatics 200 Medley Relay in the first heat of competition tonight at the AT&T Winter Nationals
One of Michael’s most trademark qualities is the fact that he’s always doing some sort of activity in his travels
In case you couldn’t tell from last weeks performances, Katie Ledecky is thriving in the new environment that Palo Alto and the Stanford campus have given her
At the Golden Goggles, we got to hear the inside scoop about the journey of Missy and her family writing and publishing their first book together
As Phelps took a visit to the Water Cube in Beijing for the first time since 2010 recently, he started to reflect on just how big an impact his momentous career has had
See what all of your favorite swimmers and olympians have to say about life since Rio.
Phelps walked out of the Golden Goggles last night with plenty of hardware, not an unfamiliar feeling to the first ever recipient of the Impact Award, a sort of Lifetime Achievement honor.
Swimswam’s own Mel Stewart gives golden advice as he mingles with the stars on the Red Carpet
Nathan was honored as a part of the Men’s 400 Free Relay that was awarded Relay of the Year
We discussed a myriad of topics on our way to go meet his family for lunch, but right out of the gate I had to here about his experience traveling to the World Cup meets this fall.
Team USA’s Drew Kibler touched out the Big Ten’s Anze Tavcar for bronze, clocking a 1:35.33 to Tavcar’s 1:35.55.