Friday morning will be swim fans’ first chance to catch a long course Katie Ledecky 400 IM since she broke the American Record in short course yards in February.
The third stop of the 2017 Arena Pro Swim series kicked off this morning in Mesa, Arizona. Final heats for the 100 freestyles, 200 breaststrokes, 100 butterflys and 400 freestyles will be stacked with Olympians and international stars.
2017 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – MESA Mesa, Arizona April 13 – 15, 2017 Series Points/Money after Indy Live stream…
Dana Vollmer is swimming prelims of the 50 free tomorrow at the Mesa Pro Swim. She plans on announcing the sex of her baby through the color of her racing suit.
Olympic 50 free champion Anthony Ervin will race in the D final of the men’s 100 free on Thursday, along with stars like Matt Grevers, Michael Andrew, Dillon Virva, and Michael Weiss.
The third of six stops on the 2017 Arena Pro Swim Series begins today in Mesa, Arizona. Melanie Margalis and Daiya Seto lead the points, but the tour is as close as it’s been in recent memory as it churns toward the halfway point.
Katie Ledecky will be swimming six events in Mesa, including the 200 and 400 IM and 100 free.
Olympic champions Nathan Adrian (Bremerton, Wash./California Aquatics), Anthony Ervin (Valencia, Calif./SwimMAC Carolina), Katie Ledecky (Bethesda, Md./Stanford Swimming) and Simone Manuel…
American Olympic Champion Dana Vollmer will make her post-Olympic competitive debut next month at the Arena Pro Swim Series stop in…
At 45 years of age, Siphiwe Baleka was the oldest male swimmer at the Arena Pro Swim in Indianapolis by ten years.
Olympic medalist Ryosuke Irie shared his thoughts with Swimswam on his new training home in Charlotte and his new head coach
Pointe Claire Swim Club of Montreal took a trip down to the states for the pro swim in Indy. Hilarity ensued.
Hali Flickinger and Josh Prenot earned the most points of anyone competing in Indianapolis, but it wasn’t quite enough to earn the Arena Pro Swim Series points leads over Melanie Margalis and Daiya Seto, respectively.
Michael Andrew, after saying he had a sluggish start to the meet, finished it off with a bang. And by bang we mean new junior world record.
Adam Peaty was already a half-second ahead of the field by the 50, and his quick tempo propelled him home in clean water