Some sharp-eyed viewers on Twitter noticed an evolution of underwater kicking technique in one of the world’s best underwater kickers.
With a 56.34 in prelims of today’s West Summer Champs, 14-year-old Teagan O’Dell cracked the top 15 all-time in USA Swimming’s age group 100 free ranks.
Caeleb Dressel could swim three times tonight, chasing a 100 fly world record, a historic 50 free barrier, and the first-ever mixed medley relay Olympic gold.
Caeleb Dressel will lead the men’s 50 free, aiming to become the first man to go under 21 seconds in the 50 free since the bodysuit ban of 2010.
After reports that Michael Andrew had not worn a mask during an interview, the USOPC confirmed that athletes are not required to wear masks in interviews.
Coach Anthony Nesty’s Florida swimmers have shown up in force in the NCAA – and now they’ve done the same on the Olympic stage.
Lydia Jacoby wasn’t the most-hyped junior on the U.S. Olympic team heading into the summer. But she delivered when it counted with a massive Olympic upset.
Tunisian 18-year-old Ahmed Hafnaoui put together one of the most unpredictable – and memorable – swims of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
About 61.6% of voters supported a potential University of Texas move to the SEC for NCAA athletics, including swimming & diving.
World record-holders Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel lead events into today’s prelims session at the 2020 Summer Olympics, while Kaylee McKeown chases at WR.
Does Caeleb Dressel swim a 100 fly/50 free/mixed medley relay triple? Which of Kaylee McKeown, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell double up for Australia?
Regan Smith put up the fifth-fastest 100 backstroke swim of all-time with a 57.64, though it won’t official count for records or rankings.
Canada left both Maggie MacNeil and Penny Oleksiak off of the mixed medley relay prelims, gambling on the team making the final without them.
Australia will swap out all four legs from prelims, including replacing Mollie O’Callaghan after she set a world junior record leading off the prelims relay.