After winning European and SC World titles in 2021, Israeli’s Anastasia Gorbenko is in line for more hardware in 2022.
Following a big short course season, Great Britain’s Ben Proud is primed to do some damage in 2022.
The first of a four-part series that takes a look at the current ISL scoring system and the impact made by jackpot points.
Readers preferred the dual between Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky in the women’s 400 free over the clash in the men’s 100 free at the Tokyo Olympics.
Our Top 100 For 2022 series continues with the women’s 51st through 75th-ranked swimmers for the upcoming year.
Our Top 100 For 2022 series takes off on the men’s side with swimmers ranked 100 through 76th, including French sprint star Florent Manaudou (pictured).
The first edition of our Top 100 series that ranks the best female and male swimmers in the world for 2022.
Hansson narrowly edged out Joshua Liendo and Shaine Casas for first place in the tightly contested poll.
Nearly half of voters believe Kelsi Dahlia has the best chance of qualifying for the 2022 Worlds team among 2016 Olympians that missed the Tokyo squad.
Voters are conflicted on whether or not the Cali Condors should’ve been disqualified in the women’s 400 medley relay during the ISL Final.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers how they felt about the 200 medley relay moving to Day 1 of the NCAA Championships.
The Arizona State men won 10 of 18 swimming events en route to placing second in the team standings at the NC State Invitational.
Coleman Stewart was left off the U.S. SC World Championship team despite recently breaking the world record, bringing the selection criteria into question.
Our most recent poll showed that the Georgia Tech Invite, featuring the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs, brought the most anticipation for readers.
With the 200/1500 double, Ledecky was well off her season-best time and finished outside of the podium in the women’s 200 free in Tokyo.