While it’s not that unusual for DI schools to compete at USA meets during the season, it is a little…
We looked into Katie Hoff’s 200 IM at Mesa in comparison to her swim at the 2007 World Championships.
Katinka put up the best single-meet haul the Grand Prix series has seen this year and is now a half-point out of first place fore the women. Conor Dwyer and Yannick Agnel still lead the men’s list.
Courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner. WOMEN’S 400 IM – Reported by Jared Anderson Katinka Hosszu returned from what…
Training partners Conor Dwyer and Yannick Agnel are tied as the top money-earners on the Grand Prix after 2 of 6 stops. Each has taken in $2700.
Twenty Four Youth Swimmers from Longhorn Aquatics will have the experience of a lifetime tonight, swimming alongside 7-time Olympic medalist and University of Texas grad, Aaron Peirsol and 2012 gold medalist Matt McLean.
The exclusive television home of 2013-14 Arena Grand Prix Series, Universal Sports Network is slated to broadcast extensive live coverage from the remaining five events of the latest edition of swimming’s top domestic series.
Megan Romano leads all money-earners after one stop of the Arena Grand Prix circuit, taking in a neat $2000 for four wins in Minneapolis. The top earner on the men’s side is Conor Dwyer, who picked up $1600 for two wins and two second places.