The swimming community was shocked to learn Nathan Adrian had been diagnosed with cancer. After 2 surgeries he’s back with his eyes set on World Champs.
Michael Andrew swam a 1:57 200 IM at the Richmond Pro Swim, then turned in a 2:04 at the FINA Champions Series in China. How fast will his 200 IM be at the FINA Champions Series stop in Indy?
Ledecky’s doing the hard work for the 2019 World Championships. How fast will she swim the 400m free this summer?
If Dressel hits his taper, he’ll be a valuable asset on the 4×200 free relay, inching Team USA toward reclaiming gold in that event at the 2019 World Championships. What do you think he can split on the 4×200 free relay this summer?
Harvard’s Dean Farris had the meet every SwimSwam commenter has dreamed about at the NCAA Championships. So, how fast will he swim this summer?
Olympic champion, world champion and world record holder, Lilly King, is finally a pro, ending her collegiate career in a big way by leading the Indiana women to their first B1G Team Title since 2011.
IU under coach Ray Looze has evolved. It is becoming the place to go for post grads–a pro training destination. How will the IU pro group impact the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team next summer?
Michael Andrew captured 5 titles at the Des Moines Pro Swim, many of which were swum back-to-back. In this episode he talks about recovery between races and experimenting with RPR, reflexive performance reset). And, yes, we discuss predictions as well.