Michael Phelps is once again the fastest butterflier in the world, having posted the #1 times in the 200 and now the 100 distances at U.S. Nationals.
It may be near the end but that doesn’t mean things are slowing down. If anything, it’s time for some…
Katie Ledecky became the first woman in history to break the 8:10 barrier when she won the women’s 800m freestyle with new World Record of 8:07.39.
Michael Phelps of North Baltimore blew away the field, and indeed the rest of the world, with his 1:52.94 win in the men’s 200 fly on Day Two of U.S. Nationals.
Alia Atkinson (JAM) qualified 2nd for the 50m breaststroke final at 2015 FINA World Championships.
Michael Phelps won the men’s 200m butterfly with 1:52.94, the fastest time in the world since 2009. See his reaction here.
Six days down and two to go. Here’s the FINA World Championship Day 6 Final Photo Vault from our photographer Mike…
Michael Phelps posted the top qualifying time in the men’s 200m butterfly on Day Two of U.S. National Championships.
Nathan Adrian (USA) posted World’s #1 time this year with fastest qualifying time out of the semi-finals of men’s 50m freestyle, 21.37, at the 2015 FINA World Championships.
Thanks to Tim Binning – theswimpictures.com – for these great swimming photos.
Here’s some more of the visual story line from our photographer Mike Lewis who’s on the ground in Kazan Russia…
15-year-old Reece Whitley, pictured above, inched closer to Michael Andrew’s 15-16 national age group record in the men’s 100m breast with a 1:01.34, the 12th-fastest qualifying time overall.
Ryan Lochte (USA) is World Champion in the men’s 200m IM with 1:55.81 at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Australia’s Cate and Bronte Campbell cruise into the women’s 100m freestyle semi finals.