Hali Flickinger, who recently finished up her collegiate swimming career with the Georgia Bulldogs, will be swimming the 200 fly for Team USA next week in Rio
After contemplating retirement after wrapping up college swimming nearly eight years ago and heartbreak four years ago, backstroker David Plummer made his first Olympic team last month
Texas A&M teammates Juan Rocha, Mauro Castillo, Mateo Gonzalez, and Angel Martinez downed a the Mexican 400 meter medley relay national record last weekend
Meet first-time Olympian and distance freestyle extraordinaire Leah Smith, who will be competing in the 400 freestyle, 800 freestyle, and 4×200 freestyle in Rio
Meet first-time Olympian Ryan Murphy, a record-setting backstroker with a legendary high school and college career with the Bolles School Sharks and Cal Bears. Next up: keeping the U.S. backstroke winning streak alive in Rio
Until last summer, Conor Dwyer and Team USA had owned the 4×200 relay internationally for more than a decade. They’ll have plenty of competition in Rio as they attempt to reclaim their title
Italy’s 21-year-old dynamic duo of Gabriele Detti (left) and Gregorio Paltrinieri have rocketed up the world distance rankings since 2012
Matthew Josa recently announced he’s joining a loaded class in Berkeley this fall
The Georgia Bulldogs have a small class, but with Javier Acevedo at the helm, they landed in our top 8
Tennessee fans have plenty to be excited about with their incoming men’s class
We’ve crunched the numbers in our ‘Guess the Times’ contest, and have a runaway winner.
The Pick ‘Em results are in! Where did you finish?
Ryan Murphy, a heavy favorite in the men’s 200 backstroke, was in a league of his own last night.
Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte had another tight battle last night in the 200 IM, but not quite in the time realm our readers were expecting.
Cammile Adams earned her second career Olympic birth after her 200 fly victory last night.