Clarifying a cryptic Tweet sent out by the SwimMAC Twitter account late Sunday and since deleted, both SwimMAC CEO David…
USA Swimming has announced that OME for the Santa Clara Arena Pro Swim Series has been changed to allow entries based on Winter Junior National qualifying times.
Will swimmers bearing the Olympic rings as part of visible tattoos be DQ’d at U.S. Olympic Trials?
After originally announcing that 22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps would be attending the first annual Atlanta Classic Swim Meet, to be…
Bernal was cited for violations of the USA Swimming code of conduct related to sexual conduct
Jeff Cooper has dug up another video of 11-year old Michael Phelps racing. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Tom Shields went 52.1 and Kendyl Stewart 58.8 in their 100 butterfly races to close the 2016 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions (SMOC).
Katie McLaughlin picked up her first event win since suffering a neck injury in January, while Abbey Weitzeil completed a sprint sweep at the Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions (SMOC).
Josh Schneider and Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace each won the shoot-out-style one-event TYR Derby Pro meet in Louisville Friday.
American President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have engaged in some friendly trash talk with the British Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II regarding the upcoming Invictus Games, an athletic event for wounded warriors of the world’s militaries.
Watch French open water specialists Marc-Antoine Olivier and Aurélie Muller win the men’s 5k and women’s 5k, respectively, at 2016 Open Water Nationals.
Nitro’s Taylor Abbott (above) won Team USA’s only individual medal at the 2014 edition of this meet.
The 2016 Fran Crippen Swim Meet of Champions opened in Mission Viejo, California Thursday night, with Stephanie Peacock and Ous Mellouli earning distance wins.
Get the scoop on subtle changes to this year’s Olympic Trials pool.
The Team Kellogg’s ads, featuring Tom Shields, will follow first-time Olympic hopefuls in their quest to Rio.
Take a look at how Team USA will represent the stars and stripes walking in the 2016 Olympic Games’ Closing Ceremony.
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