Remember the Olympic Trials telephone booth installation from 2012? This time around, it’s getting a little more tropical.
Katinka Hosszu will take on one of the toughest world records on the books in Rio: the women’s 400 IM.
Katinka Hosszu earned her third gold medal of the meet with a Championship record in the women’s 200 IM.
Katinka Hosszu broke her own European Record and swam the second-fastest 200 IM of all-time with a 2:06.84 in the semi-finals of the 2015 FINA World Aquatics Championships this evening.
Katinka Hosszu has broken her own European Record and swum the fastest time in textile in the women’s 200 IM.
The benefit concert kicks off the Swim to Win Clinic featuring internationally acclaimed Olympians including: Janet Evans, Rowdy Gaines, Jason Lezak, Aaron Peirsol, Chloe Sutton, Amanda Beard, Ariana Kukors (featured video) & many more.
Jason Lezak, Rebecca Soni, Ariana Kukors, Haley Anderson, Jessica Hardy, Kim Vandenberg, Lenny Krazelburg and John Naber step up to support Rose Bowl Aquatics Head Coach Jeff Julian in his battle against cancer.
Ruta Meilutyte has her sights set on the 50 breaststroke world record…
France’s Florent Manaudou will get a chance to swim in his signature race, the 50 free, this morning, but he will get some stiff competition from Russia’s Vlad Morozov and Brazil’s Cesar Cielo.
Natalie Coughlin’s American record in the 100 IM was the highlight of a strong day of competition in Viareggio…
Above, watch Natalie Coughlin in a race most Americans don’t get to see their elite swimmers in very often: the 100 SCM IM.
SWIM SPEED STROKES breakS down the pull, kick, core movement, and timing of elite swimmers PVK, Rebecca Soni, Aaron Peirsol, Rowdy Gaines, Ashley Whitney, Vlad Morozov, Ariana Kukors, Andrew Gemmell, Laura Sogar, Nicolas Fink, Elizabeth Beisel, Doug Reynolds & Melanie Margalis.
Ariana Kukors has announced that she is joining the wave of American un-retirements and will join the elite training group…
Six-time Olympic medalist Rebecca Soni has announced her retirement 18 months after her last race.
Ariana Kukors, holder of one of the most intimidating World Records on the books, has retired from swimming.