The International Paralympic Committee has added 12 swimmers to its existing list of 19 Swimmers to Watch for the 2016…
Superstar film writer Robert Knott has signed on to write the biopic film of three-time Paralympic medalist and FINIS-sponsored athlete, Brad Snyder.
U.S. Paralympics announced the city of Charlotte, North Carolina has been selected as the site of the 2016 U.S. Paralympic Team Trials for cycling, swimming and track and field.
FINIS-sponsored athletes Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace and Brad Snyder took the world by storm last week at the Pan American Games and the IPC World Championships, respectively.
Snyder has an inspiring story behind his success in the pool. In 2011, he lost his eyesight to an improvised explosive device (IED) that detonated while he was serving the U.S. Navy in Afghanistan.
FINIS, announces Brad Snyder as the newest sponsored athlete on Team FINIS. Snyder, a two-time Paralympic Gold Medalist, is a retired U.S. Navy Lt. and motivational speaker on the road to the 2016 summer Paralympic Games in Rio.
IPC Swimming has announced that all seven days of action from the 2015 World Championships in Glasgow, Great Britain, will be shown live from 13-19 July.
IPC World Record holder and Paralympic gold medalist Brad Snyder has signed with The Factory Agency based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Brad Snyder, who has already won individual gold medals in the S11 class 50 and 100 free, 100 fly, and 400 IM, met up with Mallory Waggemann on the last day of Para Pan Pacs.
Mallory Weggemann highlights Day 4 of the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in Pasadena, California.
Ever wondered what goes on in a team meeting before a big international meet? Go inside the 2014 U.S. Para Pan Pacs team’s day 4 pep talk, featuring S11 star Brad Snyder.
Daniel Dias (left) won his 4th and 5th gold medals of the 2014 Para Pan Pacs with a tough double: the 100 free and the 100 breaststroke.
Team Australia and the other 18 countries’ swimmers are ready to take on Day 3 at Para Pan Pacs.
Mallory Weggemann is on deck reporting for SwimSwam at the 2014 Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in Pasadena, California. Watch her highlights of the first two days of competition.
Through two days of Para Pan Pacs, Brad Snyder of the US has brought home 3 gold medals in his first international competition since the London 2012 Paralympic Games.