Michael Andrew shares his thoughts about his National Age Group record performances in the 50 free at the Austin Grand Prix prelims.
Austin Grand Prix 400 IM winner Conor Dwyer talks about an event that he hopes to factor in more in the future.
Michael Andrew is beginning to extend his record-book dominance to the long course pool, shaving a hundredth off the 100 back record and coming within a tenth of the 100 breast record.
Natalie Coughlin won the 50 free in Austin coming off a two-week training trip to Colorado. Here she talks about that experience and her interaction with fans at the Grand Prix.
Caitlin Leverenz won the 400 IM and followed it up with a 200 free swim in the very next event. She talks to SwimSwam about her experience.
Allison Schmitt won the 200 free at the Austin Grand Prix. Here she talks to SwimSwam about her return to the pool.
The California women give fans a brief glimpse into their training trip to Hawaii with these two music videos.
Elizabeth Beisel had two outstanding off-event swims while her Gators used depth to overwhelm Florida Atlantic in the men’s and women’s meets.
Allison Schmitt went 1:57.71 to top Katie Ledecky in the 200 free, one of the closest races on the second day of the Austin Grand Prix.
The 12-year-old went 25.02 and now holds the 50 and 100 short-course yard NAG records for the 11-12 age group.
An existing back injury flared up during this morning’s prelims, ending Clary’s weekend prematurely.
SwimMAC’s Lawrence pulled out to an early lead and survived a late charge by 2013 NCAA Champ Laura Sogar to win the Austin Grand Prix 200 breaststroke.
Adrian won the race from an outside lane, leading wire-to-wire to put up a great time against a stacked field.
Katie Ledecky simply swam away from the field in this race as she’s become known for doing, picking up a win by 5 seconds over a tough field.
Yannick Agnel once again proves his freestyle prowess over a huge range of distances, winning the 400 free at Austin.