Long-time Michigan swimming coach Don Kimble lost his battle to cancer on Monday morning at 60 years old, yet his coaching legacy will continue to live on.
Regan Smith and Kaylee McKeown are the two fastest teens in the women’s 200 back. But who will take the 2021 Olympic crown and who will break 2:00 first?
Michael Phelps had the best 100 fly swim of his ’10s career at the 2015 U.S. Nationals. Read on how Phelps crushed his swim racing against the clock.
How do these eight swimmers’ unique stroke specialities propel them to 400 IM success? Find out in this installment of U.S. Roadmaps.
Penn State sophomore Niki Nolte gave her quarantine experiences and health update after surviving cancer twice at 19 years old.
The new Hinsdale Central 10-lane pool will be named after legendary boys HS swim coach Don Watson, a positive effect of the April 2019 budget cut avert.
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Six of these eight Roadmaps women have won the Olympic or World 50 free title in their career. Who are they and who shows the most potential towards 2021?
There have been many men who have held the title of “fastest in the pool”, but who has what it takes to hold the title at Tokyo 2021?
In 2020, there are four 19&U women who are torching up the 800 free scene. Find out to see if they have what it takes to catch sensation Katie Ledecky.
At the 2006 US Nationals, Brendan Hansen went on a double world record spree in the 100/200 breast. Read more on how Hansen took down the records here.
It’s time to explore some international stars! Read more on the men’s 200 free featuring Danas Rapsys, Sun Yang, Duncan Scott, James Guy, and more.
Read on how Regan Smith, Kathleen Baker, Olivia Smoliga, Phoebe Bacon, Amy Bilquist, and more raised the bar for the 100 back throughout the years.
American Maya DiRado touched out Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu in the 200 back at the Rio Olympics by 0.06 seconds. Read on how DiRado caught Hosszu here.
Find out more about how the US men’s 100 back excellence tradition is carried throughout the years in this Roadmaps installment.
John Davies was a historic Australian swimmer, becoming the last 200 butterfly-breaststroke Olympic champion in 1952. Read more on his legacy here.