Katie Ledecky, who qualified for the A final in the 50 free and the 400 free, will race both events in tonight’s final session. Likewise, Michael Phelps will contest both the 100 back and 200 fly.
Dana Vollmer is the fastest she’s been since her break from the sport to have her first child.
Day 1 at the Arena Pro Swim Series Minneapolis is in the books and it’s clear there’s a lot of…
After several released versions, and a long-winded TBD on the May meet, USA Swimming has finalized plans for the 2015-2016 Arena Pro Swim Series, just three weeks before it’s set to begin in Minneapolis.
USA Swimming has added an Indianapolis stop to its Arena Pro Swim Series tour for 2016, but that stop might turn out to conflict with the established Santa Clara meet.
Michael Phelps (above) will race two A finals tonight, the 200 IM and 200 backstroke.
2015 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES AT SANTA CLARA Thursday, June 18 – Sunday, June 21, 2015 George F. Haines International…
Sun and fast swimming fun are the order of the morning at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Santa Clara. Here’s some…
Olympic champ and world record-holder Missy Franklin has been quiet on the competition front since her huge NCAA Championships, but she will be jumping into long course season headfirst at next month’s Santa Clara Pro Swim Series, her agent says.
The Arena Pro Swim Series will be held at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center (MCAC) in Charlotte this weekend. MCAC has been known as one of those special places where fast swimming happens without a lot of glitz and glamour.
Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu were the major money-earners at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, each pocketing upwards of $3,000.
Katie Ledecky swims the 800 on the final night of Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona.
Barring a disqualification, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will meet in the finals of the 200 IM at the Arena Pro Swim Series Mesa.
It’s almost show time out in Arizona at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series. Our photographer Mike…
Former Florida training partners Conor Dwyer and Elizabeth Beisel continue to lead the Arena Pro Swim Series with three stops remaining.