Leonardo de Deus (above) is one of 7 confirmed Brazilian Olympians who will travel to race in Santa Clara in June.
Key Aussie Olympians, including Mitch Larkin, are headed to Santa Clara to compete in the Arena Pro Swim Series meet early June.
Swimming Canada will send its Olympic 4×100 medley and 4×100 free relays to the Arena Pro Swim Series at Charlotte to conclude a weeklong “relay camp.”
Check out the site of this weekend’s Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte, the newly renovated Mecklenburg Aquatic Center.
Olympian Ryan Lochte is taking every opportunity to put on a show for his home fans – or at least he’ll have the option to, after entering 7 events at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte.
Individual Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte, Tyler Clary and Dana Vollmer are among the headlining names competing at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte, USA Swimming announced today.
Clarifying a cryptic Tweet sent out by the SwimMAC Twitter account late Sunday and since deleted, both SwimMAC CEO David…
Two-time Olympian and double London relay medalist Jessica Hardy says that she sustained a concussion on Friday night at the 2016…
In Mesa, Nathan Adrian remained undefeated in the sprint freestyles on the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series to maintain his men’s points lead, while Katie Ledecky continues to crush the competition on the women’s side.
Michael Phelps will be going against a strong field that includes his training partners Chase Kalisz and David Nolan, among others, in the final of the 200 IM at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Series.
Watch all the races from Day 3 of 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
There are dozens of scratches on the final night of competition as teams head home after 2-1/2 days of racing. For those who remain, it’s a great opportunity to get a second swim against some of the world’s most elite athletes.
Ryan Lochte of SwimMAC Carolina is entered in all three (non-distance freestyle) individual events on Day 3 of the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
Missy Franklin Tweeted out on Saturday morning that she “hasn’t been feeling 100%” and is done racing at the Arena Pro Swim Series – Mesa.
Missy Franklin won’t swim prelims of the 200 backstroke, and will focus on the 100 free on the meet’s final day instead.