You wouldn’t know it by hearing enthusiasm from the crowd or the announcer at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre on…
Meet Record: 1:53.08 – Aaron Piersol – 2009, World Record: 1:51.92 – Aaron Piersol – 2009, American Record: 1:51.92 – Aaron Piersol – 2009, US Open Record: 1:53.08 – Aaron Piersol – 2009
It’s that time of year up here in the northern hemisphere; summer time! With hot weather, lot’s of daylight and warmer water it’s big time open water season. With that in mind here’s some of our favorite open water swimming events.
According to local paper the Daily Pilot, World Record holder and 5-time Olympic gold medalist Aaron Peirsol will begin a new…
If you have any questions that you would to ask Chloe Sutton, just post to the comments here, Tweet @SwimSpray, post to SwimSpray’s Facebook, or email [email protected] with your question. SwimSpray will post the answers next week.
As part of its continuing commitment to growing the sport of swimming in the USA, Arena will offer local children and fans in the Mesa area an up-close opportunity to celebrate the famed athletes participating in the Arena Grand Prix at Mesa next week.
Wherever Mandy Chun seems to go teams sprout up. Last year the energetic young coach got Maryville University’s women’s program off…
5-time Olympic gold medalist Aaron Peirsol: “We all need to remember why we fell in love with this sport, and I hope I can help send that message through this event series.”
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)
Matt McLean drills down on training at Bob Bowman’s NBAC. Training has been challenging, but perfect for his goals moving toward the 2016 Olympic Games.
The legendary backstroker will be back in competition at an open water event in Brazil.
It’s no secret that Michael Phelps sits atop the Olympic medal heap – but by how much? And just how strong is the American men’s legacy?
Aaron Peirsol is hiking the John Muir Trail to raise money for We Are Ocean, a non-profit organization that teaches cancer survivors to live post-treatment through ocean-based adventures.
From the swimming vaults of a little website known as swimnetwork, a swimming documentary was captured. It was (and is) perhaps the greatest “rivalry documentary film” ever produced. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)