For 31-year-old Darian Townsend, his first experience at the U.S. Olympic Trials was one to remember.
Molly Hannis is electric. The rangy speed breaststroker and her coach talk pacing, explain skipped underwater pullouts and respond to legality criticism in the lead-up to the Rio Olympics.
There was so much emotion put into every single swim, and no one saw that more than the support systems of these athletes.
While at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials Olympic gold medallist and SwimSwam co-founder Gold Medal Mel (Mel Stewart) had some fun in the Aquazone (the area designated at the Olympic Trials with booths set up ect.) signing autographs and joking around with the mascots.
Katie Ledecky is the youngest member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team (again). At 19, she is the oldest youngest-member…
In our post-Olympic Trials analysis, Texas A&M’s Bethany Galat stood out as one of the meet’s most dramatic improvers – she put up two of the four biggest time drops of all female swimmers in the meet. So we caught up with the rising Aggie junior to talk Trials.
Re-live the drama from Omaha, where Michael Phelps qualified for 3 individual events and will join a load of new faces on the U.S. Olympic men’s roster.
We’ve crunched the numbers in our ‘Guess the Times’ contest, and have a runaway winner.
Re-watch Lilly King’s 100m breaststroke victory, among other available race videos from the magical 8 days in Omaha.
Now that Trials are over, we can comb over the results in detail. Thanks to Barry Revzin who sent us the…
Cal swimmer Josh Prenot lit the CenturyLink pool aflame with his new U.S. Open and American Record of 2:07.17 in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
Four-time Olympian Ous Mellouli will be carrying the Tunisian flag at the Opening Ceremony of this year’s Olympic Games in Rio.
Get the complete list of U.S. Olympic swimmers’ Twitter and Instagram usernames here.
With the explosion of fast swimming at the U.S. Olympic Trials dominating coverage last week, we’re rolling last week’s Blueseventy Swim…
U.S. Olympic Trials have come and gone, but swim nerds don’t have to suffer from post-meet boredom! We’ve broken down the U.S. Olympic roster into a series of interactive maps that just might get you through ’til Rio.