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RACE VIDEO: Phelps vs Grevers vs Nolan In 100 IM

In one of the coolest sideshows to a college sport event you’ll ever see, national swimming icons Michael Phelps, Matt Grevers and David Nolan went head-to-head-to-head in an exhibition 100 IM at the Arizona State-Arizona dual meet Saturday.

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Michael Phelps Has Swum His Last Yards Races Ever (Video Interview)

Video courtesy SwimSwam co-founder Garrett McCaffrey. Michael Phelps says he has swum his last races ever in yards with his…

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RACE VIDEO: Michael Phelps Goes 1:34.04 In Exhibition 200 Yard Free

Phelps battles training partner David Nolan in this race, ultimately winning with a 1:34.04. Nolan, the former Stanford standout who has moved to Tempe to train with Phelps, was 1:34.42 trailing Phelps.

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2016 USA Swimming Foundation Grant Applications Available

The 2016 USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash grant application process is now open and applications will be accepted until Friday, February 12, 3 pm ET/Noon PT.

Laura Val Does It Again, Breaks 4 Masters Age Group WRs In One Swim

Laura Val, five years after the “greatest swim in history,” set four masters world records in a single swim this weekend.

Serafina King Topples Two S10 American Records In Midst of CA Storm

In the middle of the last weekend’s rain and wind, 17-year-old Serafina King broke two American Paralympic swimming records at an outdoor California meet.

Michael Phelps, Adrian, Ledecky Expected at Atlanta Classic Swim Meet

Michael Phelps (above), Nathan Adrian, and Katie Ledecky are among the swimmers expected in Atlanta, despite being the same weekend as the Pro Swim Series meet at Charlotte.

Brazil Will Send Most Of Its National Team To Orlando Pro Swim

Sprint freestyle and backstroker Etiene Medeiros will join her Brazilian teammates representing her country at the Arena Pro Swim Orlando at the end of this month.

Mark Walker Handed Lifetime Ban by USA Swimming After Losing Appeal

Mark Walker, the former CEO and head coach at Excel Aquatics in Nashville, Tennessee, has been added to USA Swimming’s…

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Chippendales Impressed W/ Phelps’ Curtain of Distraction Performance

A different kind of ‘Rio’ could be waiting for Michael Phelps after his Curtain of Distraction performance.

Head Olympic Coach Dave Marsh on state of USA Women (Video)

In the case of the future USA Women’s Olympic team, Dave Marsh is the brain to pick, and pick we did

Mark Gangloff Talks His Swimming, Coaching Careers On Ritter Podcast

Two-time Olympian Mark Gangloff talks his career at Auburn, Olympic training, and coaching at Mizzou in this episode of the Ritter Sports Performance podcast.

NCAA D1 “A” Cut Swimmers As Of February 1, 2016

Through January 2016, Cal’s Ryan Murphy still holds the top times in both backstroke events within the NCAA Division I.

Is Ledecky The Tallest 800 Free World Record Holder Ever?

Ledecky is the tallest 800m world record holder in history, standing at 1.83m tall.

FINA Presents Its “Best Athlete Of The Year” Awards

Mitch Larkin, the winner of FINA’s Best Male Athlete of 2015, was one of many aquatic athletes honored at the FINA Gala in Hungary.

Phelps And Schmitt To Swim Exhibition Events At ASU Meet In February

Spectators at the Arizona State University versus University of Arizona dual meet slated for Saturday, February 6th will be in for a special treat.

Brady Posts Two Wins As Mizzou Women Roll Over Vanderbilt

Live Results The Mizzou women squared off with Vanderbilt today in Columbia, MO. The Tigers took the victory easily, 138-96….

6 Things You Can Learn From An Age Group Swimmer

Maturing as a swimmer is great. As you get older, you figure out your best events, make your best friends in the sport, develop your race strategies, and discover which type of coaching style works best for you. But that doesn’t mean you won’t ever feel wistful for your days as an age group swimmer.

LA2024 Proposes Using UCLA, USC Campuses to House Athletes and Media

Organizers of Los Angeles’ bid for the 2024 Olympic Games has proposed using existing world-class facilities at USC and UCLA to house athletes and media.