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I wanted to crane my neck but couldn’t afford the milliseconds. I knew she was faster than me. Instead, I felt for the force of the better swimmer’s wake.
Three-time U.S. Olympian Nathan Adrian has been diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 30. He broke the bad news on social media Thursday, along with a message of hope for fans and an affirmation that he will continue training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, aiming to be back in the water in a few weeks:
‘A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim’ takes a personal look ad Ed Acura’s own fears of drowning.
While Ryan is not in any danger of leaving the house tonight, being the first HoH may well put a target on the 12-time Olympic medalist’s back.
I found through the years that when my kids tried too hard, they would miss their cuts by fractions of seconds. One of our favorite coaches told me that our kids had to be having fun to swim fast.
Japan is addressing all areas of its daily life in preparation for hosting the largest international sporting competition, the 2020 Summer Olympic Games, in its capital of Tokyo.
Ryan Lochte will gun to become the first Head of Household tonight on the second episode of Celebrity Big Brother Season 2.
A huge majority of SwimSwam voters said that swimmers should be allowed to train full-time with a club while still competing for their high school team.
Follow along for live updates from the premier episode of the 2nd season of Celebrity Big Brother, where 6-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte will be competing.
The World Swimming Coaches Association released a statement Monday formally opposing the newly-announced FINA Champions Swim Series, citing the stress…
Frank Litsky, a sportswriter for The New York Times and the first newspaper journalist to be inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame has died at the age of 92.
Joseph Basante shares his feelings after the beginning stages of his journey into swimming late in life.