The April 26-30th World Champs selection meet is crowded with 50s, and Michael Andrew loves 50s. What will he swim and how fast?
Did 10x Olympic swimming medalist Katie Ledecky move to Gainesville to train with the Gator men’s distance group? I think so. What do you think?
7-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel unpacks painful training under Coach Nesty and explains the transition from Coach Troy.
Anthony Nesty broke barriers last week when USA Swimming named him to lead the American men’s team at the 2022 World Championships.
Anthony Nesty è stato scelto come capo allenatore della nazionale USA per i Mondiali, e la sua nomina è una svolta ed un unicum
SwimSwam sat down with newly named world championship head coach Anthony Nesty to pick his brain about what makes him tick on deck
Anthony Nesty is breaking barriers both as a Black coach and as an athlete, rising to the top of the global coaching pyramid.
Anthony Nesty (above) now counts among his trainees Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, Bobby Finke, and Kieran Smith, all Olympic medalists in 2021.
Katie Ledecky has now swam two of her events at this meet faster than her Tokyo times, and went her fastest final 50 in the 200 free since 2014.
We got to see the likes of Olympic medalists Kieran Smith and Bobby Finke as well as post-grad Natalie Hinds in action in Gainesville
Katie Ledecky ha nuotato il tempo di 8:11.83 negli 800 metri stile libero, più veloce dell’ 8:12.57 oro alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo
Florida-trained Ledecky has emerged in full force, throwing down an 8:11.83 800 freestyle in Orlando, beating her recent Olympic gold medal-winning swim.
The 7-time Olympic gold medalist and University of Florida pro shared this speed-oriented turn drill on his Instagram account Tuesday afternoon.
Vi siete mai chiesti come i migliori velocisti del mondo aumentano la velocità e affinano le loro abilità? Ce lo mostra Caeleb Dressel
Florida Gators freshman Brooke Zettel, the #13 recruit in the class of 2021, has recently entered the NCAA transfer portal.