Ryan Lochte swam two events that he hasn’t (Photo: Bill Collins)
Ryan Lochte won his first Grand Prix race in almost three months, and the American men put on quite a display on night 2 of the 2013 Santa Clara Grand Prix. (Photo: Bill Collins)
There may never be another Phelps, but there must always be a next. (Photo: OmegaTiming.com)
South African Roland Schoeman was first off the block, but Cesar Cielo more than made up for it on top of the water en route to victory at the Arizona Invitational. (Photo: Satiro Sodre/SSPress)
After funding cuts, partial funding restorations, scratches from World Championship Trials, and green pools, a ray of light for Swimming…
Cesar Cielo and Roland Schoeman, who have somewhat of a history, will race head-to-head in Phoenix this weekend at the 2013 Arizona Invitational. (Photo: Satiro Sodre/SSPress)
The debacle of the green pool in South Africa hasn’t scared away former World Record holder Aschwin Wildeboer. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
After a green pool marred the championships, Dean Price says that the organization will expand its qualifying procedures. (Photo: Roland Schoeman/via Twitter)
Chad le Clos will focus on all 3 butterfly events, not the 200 IM, at the 2013 World Championships, according to this interview with Karien Jonckheere.
Roland Schoeman was under the FINA Automatic Qualifying Time, splitting the front-half of a 100 free in 22.19. (Stock Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Graham Hill talks with SwimSwam contributor Karien Jonckheere about the delays at SA Nationals, Chad’s injury battle, and an analysis on how the team looks going into the summer.
South Africa’s Chad le Clos, at long last, became the first member of the World Championship team without any question-marks attached. (Photo Credit: Daniele Badolato / Lapresse)
The Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder discusses, SA Nationals, upcoming meets, and the proposed rule changes for breaststroke.
Swimming South Africa’s Shaun Adriannse discusses the plans for the rest of the week at the National Championship and World Championship meet (Courtesy: Karien Jonckheere)
Karien Jonckheere interviews Swimming South Africa High Performance Director Dean Price about the decision to cancel the World Championship Trials for a second straight day.