Mr. Phelps is going to be a key leg for the Americans come August.
The USOC has hired two specialists to assist with understanding athlete risk concerning the Zika virus, and has also issued a memo to all prospective U.S. athletes concerning outbreak concerns.
The Emily Seebohm Aquatics Center will open Sunday in Fitzgibbon, Queensland.
Says Michael Phelps about Arizona State University, “the opportunities are endless for what could happen here.”
You feel ready, but before you set off, there are three common mistakes swimmers make on, and just before, race day. Don’t let these dietary blunders jeopardize your performance on the big day.
George Bovell and his Club Wolverine Elite teammates use peer and coach-conducted video analysis to get better every day.
Senior Day against rival and third-ranked Cal will serve a larger purpose on Saturday as the No. 2 Stanford women’s swimming and diving team will raise funds for the Lucile Packard Stanford Children’s Hospital.
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The Canadian Deaf National Swimming Program is pleased to announce that the Canadian Deaf National Swimming Team will be competing together at a Swimming Canada event for the first time at the upcoming Speedo Western Canadian Open to be held in Winnipeg, February 18-21, 2016.
The No. 7 USC women’s swimming and diving team, coming off a recent split against the Bay Area schools, closes the regular season at No. 19 UCLA on Friday (Feb. 12) at 2 p.m. as it looks for its ninth straight win against its crosstown rival.
On Wednesday at a media event Mireia Belmonte told the press that she is worried about the threat the Zika virus presents…
NCAA Division II powerhouse Drury University leads the men’s and women’s competition at the talent-packed GLVC Championships.
Patri Castro Ortega lowered her own NCAA Division II record in the 200 free to 1:44.44 leading off Queens University of Charlotte’s 800 free relay on Day One of the BMC Championships.
A former Germantown Academy swimmer is suing the prep school for allowing what he claims was physical and mental abuse inflicted on him during the tenure of well-known coach Dick Shoulberg.
The men of Rider University broke the conference record in the 200 medley relay in their very first event in defense of their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) title. Meanwhile the Marist women won two of three events in search of their own repeat championship.
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