Michael Phelps hasn’t broken two minutes in the 200 fly since the 2012 Olympic Games.
The fast rise of Cody Miller continues, with the IU grad putting up his third-ever sub-minute 100 breast and his lifetime-best in a dominant win.
Sun and fast swimming fun are the order of the morning at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Santa Clara. Here’s some…
Defending Worlds silver medalist Michael McBroom won the men’s 800 free on Thursday in Santa Clara; defending Worlds bronze medalist Lauren Boyle won the women’s 1500.
US Olympians Elizabeth Beisel, Conor Dwyer, and Matt Grevers all scratched events on day two of the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Meet in Santa Clara.
Michael McBroom (pictured) won the men’s 800 on opening day at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara. His time of 7:54.21 ranks 15th in the world this year. Runner-up Connor Jaeger (7:54.47) is now 16th.
Katinka Hosszu is once again entered in all 17 individual events in the last stop of this year’s Arena Pro Swim Series.
It’s been a long layoff for Missy Franklin since an explosive NCAA Championships, but the Olympic champ will make her professional debut in Santa Clara this week.
Michael Phelps will race 5 events at the Santa Clara Grand Prix, including one shocking swap.
Olympic gold medalists and world-record holders Missy Franklin and Michael Phelps are expected to lead a group of more than 50 members of the USA National Team headlining the field for the June 18-21 Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara.
Olympic champ and world record-holder Missy Franklin has been quiet on the competition front since her huge NCAA Championships, but she will be jumping into long course season headfirst at next month’s Santa Clara Pro Swim Series, her agent says.
Katinka Hosszu raked in $6,000 on six wins at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Charlotte over the weekend, the highest single-meet money total so far this season.
With one stop left on the Arena Pro Swim Series, Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu sit on commanding points leads, putting themselves in the driver’s seat for the season-ending $10,000 bonus checks.
Tom Shields topped Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps to win the 100-meter butterfly.Shields posted a time of 52.12 seconds to earn the victory in the 16th-fastest time in the world this year.
The fifth stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series wrapped up in Charlotte last weekend. As the dust settles on one of the fastest and deepest Pro Swim Series meets yet, here are 9 big things we learned: