At least two SwimMAC National Teamers still haven’t made their way to Orlando due to weather.
Chloe Sutton has started out the prelims session with a solid 200 free result in Orlando.
Katie Ledecky doesn’t break records. She smashes them. Now she’s done it again after becoming the first woman in history under 4:30 in a 500 freestyle.
“It’s an honor to be representing the TYR brand alongside so many incredible athletes,” said Twichell. “I’m so excited to be a part of this family, and I can’t wait to see what the future has in store.”
A post-retirement career working with racehorses rekindled a competitive fire for the reigning American record-holder, who is now making a comeback in South Florida.
5-time Olympic gold medalist Aaron Peirsol: “We all need to remember why we fell in love with this sport, and I hope I can help send that message through this event series.”
Coach Gibson Swim Fort Lauderdale: “Take the pledge to be at your best. Take the pledge to be a good role model. Take the pledge to set the bar high for our profession. Let’s lead the charge. Do it for your athletes. Do it for your sport. Do it for yourself.”
David Marsh, CEO and Head Swim Coach of SwimMAC Carolina, explains the need for pro swim teams and the evolution of a possible pro swim league.
Ryan Lochte will swim his first races since the World Championships in Orlando.
While many of his NCAP teammates were off swimming at the 2014 DC Metro Championships over the weekend, 10 year…
Michael Andrew with Father and Coach Peter Andrew. Swimming race video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Swimming race video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Three-day meet set for Feb. 13-15 at the YMCA Aquatic Center