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
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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.
High school senior Brook Forde, who will be swimming for Stanford next year, beat out four current college students to win the 400 IM in 4:02.67
Michael Andrew had a monster day, picking up 2 wins for team USA and making $1000 in the process.
Former Michigan swimmer Ali Deloof blasted a personal best of 50.59 to get things started in the American record setting 400 Medley relay
Team USA’s Leah Smith built a 7 second lead over the rest of the field in the women’s 1000 free, winning the race in 9:21.54
Olympic finalist Tom Shields had a reputation as a phenomenal short course swimmer during his college days at Cal
Team USA’s Michael Andrew and Cody Miller, the Olympic bronze medalist in this race, swam to a photo finish in the men’s 100 breast
Mallory Comerford, a Louisville sophomore, already had the fastest time in this event this season, but she knocked another half second off that mark to touch in 47.36
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni, despite sporting a beard, won his race by over a second, in 42.40