Cal post-grad swimmer Tom Shields is the only American we found entered on the first day in Moscow.
Fran Halsall, who was a bronze medalist in the 50 free at the 2013 World Championships, has pledged to swim at the 2013 Duel in the Pool.
The summer of 2012 was one to remember for Michael Jamieson as the Glasgow native won Olympic silver in London,…
Guy is primarily a middle-distance freestyler, with bests from the World Championships in the 200 free (1:47.19) and 400 free (3:47.86).
Sophie Allen, who won 6 medals at last year’s World Cup, will kick off her 2013-2014 short course season in Moscow.
Jon Rudd has been named the top coach in Britain by their swim coaches’ association.
Nero14, the latest technical racesuit from blueseventy, is set to dive into pools around the world from 1 January. Serving as the next generation suit to evolve from the experience of racing in finals in London last summer, nero14 has been body-fit tested by top swimmers, is made from seamless construction and is exceptionally compressive to reduce hydrodynamic drag and support muscular function.
Indiana has a chance to set 8 new World Records on Thursday. Not just the “Guinness Book of” off the wall World Records. Serious, FINA World Records.
Two-time Commonwealth Games champion James Goddard has retired after a decade at Britain’s most elite level.
Despite saying in an interview with SwimVortex earlier this week that his most famous charge, Ruta Meilutyte, would be taking her…
Rob Greenwood has been the Head Coach of the Stirling Intensive Training Centre for the last five years and today…
The Ralph R. Wright Natatorium at Louisville celebrates its 8th birthday on Friday.
Since coming on board with blueseventy, Adam Barrett has made his first British team and finished third at the British Championships. Adam now has his sights on qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next summer.
The first Duel in the pool was conceived in 2003 when the Americans took on the Australians in a head…
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)