PHOTO: The new CARBON-PRO Mark 2 (Photo credit: [email protected] )
Martin Pepper, after he finishes his PHD, will become Dr. Pepper: a name made for television. Seen here with his future cohost Liz Bonnin
USA Swimming has finalized the schedule for the 2013-2014 Grand Prix Series, which will look very similar to what it…
Paralympic stars like Jessica Long will have a massive new television audience for the 2016 Games.
Olympic coach, and the most celebrated college coach in history, David Marsh, will headline the USA Swimming Foundation Fantasy Camp November 8-10. Joining him will be Olympic gold medalists Rowdy Gaines, Janet Evans, Mel Stewart, Garrett Weber-Gale, and Ricky Berens.
“What Would Ryan Lochte Do” will not get a second season on E!.
Universal Sports Network formally announced today a distribution agreement with Cox Communications that makes the network’s exclusive Olympic, endurance and adventure sports programming available to Cox Advanced TV subscribers across the country. In addition, the multi-year deal gives Cox full comprehensive TV Everywhere rights.
For Team YOTA, Anil Chintapalli has raised the most amount of money for his team at $1,250.00. He is swimming in the relay for swim across America in honor of his grandmother who is fighting the battle with bile duct cancer and in memory of his grandfather. He loves to swim because it is lots of fun, and he has wanted to swim on YOTA since he was about four taking lessons at the Cary YMCA and doing the YOTA stroke school.
The Fastest Man in Texas competition just rose to a whole new level of competition. 2012 Olympic 100 free Olympic…
Wednesday is the last day to register for Eric Shanteau’s open water races and clinics in Atlanta on Saturday.
Event winners from the 2013 Duel in the Pool stand to walk away with some serious cash. (Ranomi Kromowidjojo won the 100 free in 2011)
The Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool will no longer be an option for indoor 50 meter meets in Southern California.
The video, EFFORT, was produced as a campaign to encourage athletes to achieve based on “effort,” not by using performance-enhancing drugs and cheating.
Rob Butcher, Executive Director of U.S. Masters Swimming, addressed his members at the United States Aquatic Sports Convention, September 12, 2013. (In the featured image above, Butchers swims breaststroke at the 2013 US Masters Summer Nationals.) Below is an unedited transcript of his speech. (Photo Credit: Mike Lewis, olavistaphotography.com)