Elijah Winnington leads a resurgence of Australian strength in the 400 free, setting a world-leading time and moving to #9 all-time with his win at Trials.
The 2021 Swimming Australia Olympic Trials get underway today with heats of nine events. Follow along for live coverage and updates.
2012 Olympic gold medalist and NCAA champion Breeja Larson announced today that she is officially retiring from competitive swimming.
2016 Olympian Jacob Pebley announced Thursday that he will not be swimming at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. He was 6th in the 200 back at the 2019 World Championships.
World record holder Ryan Lochte may be swimming next to guys almost half his age as vies for his 5th-straight spot on the USA Olympic Team in this event.
Katie Ledecky is almost certainly going to win this, but there is a largely familiar cast of characters vying for the second individual spot.
Olympic sponsor the Asahi Shimbun published a staff editorial yesterday urging the Japanese Prime Minister to either cancel or delay the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
With the USA’s Olympic 4×200 win streak on the line, the USA will be looking for some big drops from veterans and fresher faces alike in Omaha.
Almost exactly two months away from the first day of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the US State Department issued a “Level 4: Do Not Travel” warning for Japan.
Madisyn Cox clocked a 2:08.51 in the 200 IM, making her the fastest women in the world in 2021 making her the 3rd-fastest US woman ever.
Construction has begun for the main competition pool at the Chi Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska, the site of next month’s USA Swimming Olympic Trials.
UVA’s Sean Conway helped the Virginia men to the team title by going undefeated over four events at the 2021 Richmond Speedo Sectionals.
Action continued Saturday in Richmond, with several Wave I cuts, and three swimmers adding to their win totals from previous days.
Claire Weinstein got the pool rocking early with a 2:00.95 in the 200 free, marking her only the 11th woman in US history to get under 2:01 by the age of 14.
Racer X Aquatics’ Zoe Skirboll was the only multiple event winner tonight in Richmond, taking the 200 IM and the 100 breast in lifetime bests.