Five American records went down at the 2022 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary — two by Torri Huske, two by Bobby Finke, and one by Nic Fink.
Relive 11 of the 12 freestyle races through video highlights from last month’s 2022 World Championships in Budapest, Hungary.
16-year-old Nick Mahabir knocked a second off his own Singapore record from prelims, marking the 3rd time this year that the national record has been broken.
The 2022 Commonwealth Games kicks off with a star-studded lineup of 10 events on Friday featuring big names like Ariarne Titmus and Summer McIntosh.
Ten events are on tap for the first swimming session of the 2022 Commonwealth Games on Friday, including Ariarne Titmus in the women’s 200 free heats.
Australia’s crowded field of 100-meter butterfly talents just keeps getting deeper after Shaun Champion cleared the Olympic cut with a personal-best 51.54.
Carl Bloebaum fired off the fastest 100-meter butterfly time by a U.S. teenager in the past three years last weekend at the Ohio Senior Championships.
Over the past few months, Nazarii Kosylo has seen his free swimming program’s benefits extend beyond just water safety for Ukrainian refugee children.
After Sydney McLaughlin shattered her own 400m hurdle world record on Friday, we explored whether any swimmers had achieved comparable feats in the pool.
A suspension involves cutting off IOC funding, banning officials from attending Olympic meetings, and preventing athletes from competing under their flag.
In the 200-meter freestyle, Owen Ekk clocked a 1:55.52, the top time this season for his age and No. 40 all-time in the 13-14 age group.
A quartet of SwimAtlanta standouts shattered the mixed 400-meter freestyle relay 15-18 NAG record by more than four seconds on Saturday.
Levenia Sim showed why she’s the No. 4 recruit in our Class of 2024 rankings, hitting two nation-leading times on her way to six total wins at the meet.
Three nation-leading times were clocked at the 2022 NC Star LC Age Group Championships last weekend in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Stanford sprinters swept the podium in the women’s 50 free, led by sophomore Amy Tang (pictured above), who took first place with a 26.10.