Michael and Nicole Phelps have reportedly put their Arizona home on the market, with their new destination yet unknown.
DI student-athletes will no longer need their current institution’s approval to pursue a transfer.
The top 5 races to watch at the 2018 Mare Nostrum Tour in Barcelona features an often unspoken rivalry between female breaststrokers.
Former high school swimming and track coach Steven Ortiz has been added to USA Swimming’s banned list, the latest coach to be suspended permanently by the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Dean Farris breaks down his weekend in Santa Clara, how training has gone during his time in Austin with the UT men, and how he’s feeling moving into the rest of the summer
The USA Women’s Youth National Team has announced their roster for the upcoming UANA Junior Pan American Championship headed to Clearwater, Florida this July 10-15.
Kelsi Worrell won the 100 fly at the 2015 Pan American Games. Her 3 medals there were her first senior international podium finishes before going on to Olympic gold in 2016.
Leah Smith of Tuscon Ford Dealers took two seconds off of her season best to take 2nd in 4:04.72. That’s the 4th-ranked time in the world this year for Smith
Melanie Margalis scored 9 Pro Swim Series points in Santa Clara to overtake the absent Taylor Ruck for the series points lead on the women’s side. But Katie Ledecky scored another 15 points and is now only a couple wins out of stealing the lead.
Lenny Krayzelburg’s SwimSquad won a tough Santa Clara meet, putting up the second-highest point total of any team at any meet so far. Krayzelburg’s 98 points is second only to the 107 his crew put up in Austin.
Simone is not only a master at sprinting, but also at having great hair while she’s doing it. She let us in on her secret to maintaining it during swim meets
King was absolutely cooking down the pool, churning out a 29.62 for the new world #1 ahead of American Molly Hannis (29.71) and Russian Yulia Efimova (29.93)
Aside from coming out victorious un numerous races this weekend, Katie Ledecky spent a significant amount of time signing autographs and taking pictures with young swimmers, hoping to make an impact
Tonight, Katie Ledecky will try to better her season-best 3:57.94 in the 400 free from May at the Indy PSS.
Don’t let her typical event line up of 200 fly/free fool you: Katie McLaughlin has always tried to convince her coaches to let her sprint