Rematch! Erika Brown won two races against Kate Douglass in a dual meet earlier this year. They could meet up to three more times at the Tennessee Invite.
Ryan Lochte will appear on Alex Rodriguez’s mini-series “In the Game” to explore his financial rehabilitation after several post-Rio missteps.
We’ve got a fierce competition on the men’s side, while Katie Ledecky holds the top three women’s swims in the early goings of the 2019-2020 Pro Swim Series.
Katie Ledecky won $6,500 in prize money on three wins and a third place in Greensboro. She also earned the $1500 prelims point bonus with her 400 freestyle.
The defending NCAA runner-up Cal women will take on UC-San Diego in a rare Monday dual, the highlight of a light slate of college duals.
Zach Apple (above) and Blake Pieroni both split just-under 50 seconds on the front half of a 200 free, making good on a social media promise.
Harvard’s Dean Farris blasted out of the tight field in the remaining meters to take the first men’s title of the 2020 PSS season
The teens dominated the men’s 200 fly A-final as national champion Luca Urlando crushed the field with the top US time and 2nd-fastest time in the world
George Breen, a 4-time Olympic medalist and long-time coach in the Philadelphia area, died this week. He was 84 years old.
While Grothe thought he was overtrained last summer, he realized something else might be the problem. After he slept for 12 hours daily for 2 weeks
After breaking the pool record this morning by 2 seconds, 18-year-old Carson Foster chipped another two seconds off his leading swim to win at 1:58.93
Reigning world champion and Michigan sophomore Maggie MacNeil topped her signature event with a new world-leading time of 57.64.
The last finals session of the Greensboro PSS will headline world champions Katie Ledecky, Kylie Masse, Simone Manuel, and teen Maggie MacNeil.
The 19-year-old clocked a time of 57.64 to overtake Russian Arina Surkova (57.78) for the top time in the world for the 2019-20 season.
Watch all the A-finals from the final night of the Greensboro 2019 stop, including Katie Ledecky’s world-leading time in the 800 free.