Chase Kalisz headlines the men’s 400 IM tonight in Atlanta.
Swimmers are a weirdly unique bunch. From the way we train, to our pre-race rituals, we all have those little idiosyncrasies. Here are 8 different swimmers that we see behind the blocks at meets.
Katie Ledecky earned the top honors tonight as the US Olympic Committee’s Female Athlete of the Olympic Games.
In a Facebook post today, Missy Franklin expressed her feelings on her performances this week, saying “Peace is knowing that I did everything I possibly could have done…”
Six-time Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken says she will attend U.S. Olympic Trials this summer, two years after a spine-shattering accident left her paralyzed from the waist down.
Former Cal Golden Bear Missy Franklin has earned the ESPY Award as the top Female NCAA Athlete of the Year. That…
On May 11th, Van Dyken Rouen posted a video to her instagram of her standing up with the help of what appears to be a walker.
“We don’t know what this means, but change is good.”
Amy Van Dyken’s been sporting a lot of skulls as she’s prepared to leave Denver’s Craig Hospital.
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Van Dyken flashes the trademark positive attitude that has characterized her public reaction to the injury so far, saying she plans to ‘rock it out’ with the coolest wheelchair she can create.
Amy Van Dyken-Rouen will be flown back to Denver today to continue rehabilitation.
Video: USA Paralympic Coach Dave Denniston Says Amy Van Dyken Is Paralyzed; Offers Advice From Experience With Similar Injury
USA Swimming Paralympic swim coach, Dave Denniston, is a personal friend of Amy Van Dyken and has been in communication with her family every day since her accident. His injury in 2005 was very similar to Van Dyken-Rouen’s, leaving him paralyzed.
In an updated to a story reported earlier, the family of Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has released a letter giving more…