How to improve your start from the block

With the introduction of the back wedge, virtually all swimmers adopted the track start. Regardless of the type of start used, the favorable angle of the back wedge increases the potential force from the feet using the track start.

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2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships Day 2: Finals Recap

In the first event of the evening American Isabel Ivey won her second medal of the competition taking the women’s 100 freestyle in a time of 54.95…


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Ryan Lochte Adds New Sponsorship With Cough Drop Company

While a highly-publicized incident at a Rio de Janeiro bathroom cost Ryan Lochte most of his established sponsors, the American swimmer added one new sponsor this week: cough drop company Pine Brothers.


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Horton Received 500,000 Angry Comments on One Instagram Post

After calling Sun Yang a ‘drug cheat’ Mack Horton received half a million angry comments on a single Instagram post…

Watch: Katinka Hosszu Press Conference At Chartres World Cup

Katinka Hosszu spoke to the media prior to the start of the FINA World Cup series tomorrow in Chartres, FRA.

Watch: Chad Le Clos Pre-Meet Press Conference At Chartres World Cup

Chad Le Clos spoke to the media prior to the first stop of the World Cup beginning in Chartres, FRA.

Watch All the Race Videos from Day 1 of Junior Pan Pacs

Team USA’s Michael Taylor, pictured, won the men’s 100 back at 2016 Junior Pan Pacs. Follow all the action in Maui with the Day One race videos.

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2016 Jr Pan Pacs Day 2 Prelims: Cartwright Tops 100 FR Heats in 48.91

In the men’s 100 free, Australia’s Jack Cartwright raced to the top seed for finals with the only sub-49 swim of the morning. Cartwright posted a 48.91 to drop over half a second from his seed time.

5 Reasons Why Ledecky Is Smart to Go to College

Five reasons why Katie Ledecky made the right choice in going to college over collecting her millions. We all know experiencing a college football tailgate is priceless.


Cornell Men’s Swimming & Diving Adds 10 In Class of 2020

Cornell University announces their men’s swimming and diving program adds 8 swimmers and 2 divers to the 2020 Big Red class.

Marsh On Lochte Rio Incident: “I Don’t Think The End Is Finished Yet”

Says Coach David Marsh of Ryan Lochte, “He could have avoided a lot of the problems had he just done the right thing right away. I know he feels terrible about it, and I feel for him. Unfortunately I don’t think the end is finished yet.”

Ryan Lochte Summoned To Testify For Brazilian Justice Department

Ryan Lochte will be summoned to give testimony in front of the Brazilian Justice Department, according to a report from Fox News.


Notre Dame Announces 2016/2017 Schedule

For the first time since 1995, the men’s and women’s teams will compete together as one combined squad.

Kyle Chalmers Latest Australian Hospitalized Before Leaving Rio

It’s been rough sledding for the Australian Olympic swim team: after a somewhat-disappointing Olympic meet, Cate Campbell announced a hernia surgery, Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson were hospitalized for pneumonia and now 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers has also been hospitalized.

Geoff Heugill: Australians Should Base In U.S. To Prep For 2020 Games

Two-time Olympic medalist Geoff Huegill thinks that Australian swimmers should seriously look at relocating to the U.S. in preparation for the next Olympic Games in Tokyo.


Pitt Unveils 2016-17 Swimming & Diving Schedule

The Panthers will face some of the nation’s top teams this season.

Single-Day Record 133,000 Tickets Sold for Paralympic Games On Tuesday

The 2016 Paralympic Games have experienced a surge in ticket sales following the end of the Rio Olympics, and a new record-high of 133,000 tickets were sold on Tuesday alone.