Andrew Gyenis is a graduate of Stanford University, where he studied renewable energy and creative writing. He is a long…
With the 2016 Golden Goggles approaching, SwimSwam has put together an analysis of the voting up to this point.
David Plummer, a 30 year old alum of the Minnesota Golden Gophers finally reached his ultimate goal this summer. At…
SwimSwam’s take on the 2016 Golden Goggle Awards nominees.
Michael Phelps leads all athletes with 5 Golden Goggles nominations, per the official ballot released by USA Swimming today.
French sprint star Florent Manaudou announced on Facebook this week that he would be taking a break from his full training program, but made clear he still plans to compete in the sport of swimming down the road.
Team USA returned Rio double gold medalist Anthony Ervin who competed in the 50 free, defending his title in the same pool that he became the oldest individual Olympic gold medalist in swimming.
The President and First Lady are set to welcome members of the 2016 USA Olympic and Paralympic teams on Thursday, September 29th on the White House South Lawn.
To get to this elite level of success, high-levels of dedication and effort are required.
SwimMAC butterflier Tim Phillips will race for the American team at the 2016 Raia Rapida meet this Sunday.
There has still been no full announcement about the non-Brazilian rosters for the 2016 Raia Rápida meet in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil…
The men of Brazil, the United States, Italy, and South Africa will go head-to-head in the Raia Rápida meet in Rio de Janeiro later this month, the final meet in the Olympic pool before it is dissembled.
Four time Olympic medalist Anthony Ervin joined fellow Olympians Dara Torres and Summer Sanders on CBS Sports’ “We Need to Talk” on Tuesday evening.
USA Swimming swimming has released the 2016-17 U.S. National Team roster of 53 men and 53 women, headlined by individual Rio Olympic gold medalists Katie Ledecky, Ryan Murphy, Simone Manuel, and Lilly King.
John Fedena will be leaving SwimMAC to accept the position of Director of Competitive Swimming and Head Coach with the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina, otherwise known as TYDE.