The 2019 U.S. Open will kick off tomorrow and we have gathered all the information you need to follow the action.
Caeleb Dressel’s first event of the meet will take place on Thursday morning in the heats of the men’s 200 IM. He’s entered in 5 races this weekend.
Ryan Lochte is chasing a 5th Olympic team, Chase Kalisz a bounce-back year, and Carson Foster a place among the top senior IMers in one of our races to watch.
12 of last year’s top 13 Americans are entered in the 400 IM this week in Atlanta. That includes 17-year-old national champ Emma Weyant & star Katie Ledecky.
Kristof Milak springboarded from a 3-gold medal performance at the 2018 Youth Olympics to a World Record in the summer of 2019 in the 200 fly.
14-time World Champion (7 in long course, 7 in short course, all relays) Mallory Comerford has signed her first major suit…
U.S. Open will feature some top junior swimmers, including Olympic contenders like Carson Foster & Luca Urlando as well as fast risers like Hunter Armstrong.
Bridgette Alexander won a bronze medal in the 200 backstroke at the 2017 World University Games in Taipei.
The Minnesota Invite features eight ranked programs – six of them inside the top 10 – and highlights the coming weekend of NCAA swimming & diving action.
The only junior not named Regan Smith with a top seed this week, Emma Weyant is looking to build off of her 2019 U.S. Summer National title in the 400 IM.
Ohio sprinter Adam Chaney, a World Juniors medalist and one of the top recruits in his class, will join the University of Florida next fall.
Annie Grevers (above), wife of 6-time Olympic medalist Matt Grevers, gave birth to the couple’s 2nd child Barbara Grace on Sunday.
Among the surprises in the entries: Regan Smith won’t swim the 200 back, where she broke the World Record this summer in Gwangju.
It’s ring season! Meghan Haila and Caeleb Dressel got engaged on Friday when Dressel knelt and popped the question in their native Jacksonville.
After hung juries in two trials, authorities have dropped charges against former swim coach Alfred O’Neill, who remains banned by the Center for SafeSport.