Stina Colleou won a pair of events for the Utah women in their Pac-12 dual against Oregon State
Sophomore freestyler Tabahn Afrik was a triple-winner for the Irish on Friday
The women’s 100 free was the big surprise of night six. Almost nobody expected Simone Manuel or Penny Oleksiak to come up golden.
The U.S. women reversed their fortunes to top Australia in the 4×200 freestyle relay last night.
Katinka Hosszu was a popular pick for our readers; nearly 95% of contestants picked her to win the women’s 200 IM last night
Townley Haas (left) was the key for Team USA’s gold in the men’s 4×200 freestyle relay
French backstroke star and World Championship gold medalist Camille Lacourt is the latest to make anti-doping news, calling out Sun Yang in a recent radio interview
Katinka Hosszu came up golden again tonight. Unlike her 400 IM on the opening night, this one surprised our readers
Caeleb Dressel got the U.S. off to a great start, and a superb second leg from Michael Phelps gave the Americans plenty of clean water to bring home the gold
Five brave (or foolish) souls picked against Katie Ledecky in the women’s 400 freestyle last night
The Australian women downed the 400 freestyle relay world record last night, but remarkably, the individual best times from their personnel suggests they could have been even faster
Erik Risolvato will not be competing in Rio, and instead be competing at the U.S. Open tomorrow
Just eight swimmers have won gold medals after the age of 30. Michael Phelps is one of four athletes with a great shot to join that list this week
14-year-old Andrei Minakov clocked a 54.93 in the men’s 100 fly this morning. He currently sits at #3 all time in the 13-14 age group
Lauren Pitzer of Lakeside Aquatic Club won the 800 freestyle easily last night. She’ll have a much tighter battle tonight with teammate Kara Eisenmann in the 100 fly