With just 15 days until the Opening Ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, the United States Olympic Committee and the Ralph Lauren unveiled the official Team USA Opening Ceremony Parade Uniform.
On Saturday, the women of SUNY Geneseo brought their all to the tri-meet hosted in Wilmington, PA to come out victorious over Carnegie Mellon and Westminster, breaking several diving records and a relay pool record on their way to the crown.
17-year-old Hunter Wright from Redding, California crossed the Strait of Magellan this morning January 17th, 2014 with great success and…
Chris Manning swam to a 22.72 in the 50m freestyle to take the win on day two of the Ontario cup…
Ryan Cochrane, Hilary Caldwell, Randy Bennett and Brianna Nelson have all been nominated for this year’s Sport BC awards…
“It was a big win for the women, but a very tough loss for the men,” ECU Head Coach Rick Kobe stated. “We had a great training trip over the break and it was gratifying to see so many great swims as we continue to work toward the conference championship meet.”
Alex Valente, on the top of the podium,
Auburn’s NCAA Champion Olivia Scott is not with the team currently as she works through some personal issues.
Olympic champion, Aaron Peirol, is an Arena Ambassador. Peirsol works with Arena USA to promote the sport at the grassroots level. He and Olympic peer, Matt McClean, along with Rowdy Gaines, hosted an event to engage youth swimmers from the Austin area.
Many thanks to Rafael Domeyko, rafaeldomeyko.com, for these beautiful swimming photos. Featured Image: Olympic Champions Aaron Peirsol)
Fonua (middle) above poses at the 2012 Olympics with fellow Aggies Jeneba Tarmoh (athletics) and Breeja Larson (swimming).
Danish national record-holder Lotte Friis led early, but Katie Ledecky completed a thrilling comeback, gaining on Friis steadily from about the 350-mark onward and erasing the two-second lead the Dane had built up.
Michael Andrew has had no trouble turning his short course success into long course success in Austin, breaking the 13-14 boys’ National Age Group Record in his 3rd different event of the meet.
Training partners Conor Dwyer and Yannick Agnel are tied as the top money-earners on the Grand Prix after 2 of 6 stops. Each has taken in $2700.
Luchsinger wins 200 fly and shares Bob Bowman butterfly set. See Bowman video below on butterfly training.