See photo highlights from the finals of day 6 at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
Kevin Cordes became the third-fastest American 100 breaststroker in history this morning with 59.05 in prelims.
Will Licon will not swim the 400 IM at US Olympic Trials, instead opting for the 100 breast, 200 breast, and 200 IM.
In addition to the significant amounts of food they require for training, adolescent swimmers have higher energy and nutrient needs than mature swimmers. Adolescents are still growing and developing, and growth requires proper nutrition and extra calories.
Rich Burns, International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame swimmer and holder of 56 FINA Masters World Records, is a living inspiration to all masters swimmers.
Beyond holding records in almost every category, she recently broke the World Record in the 200, 400, and 800 meter freestyles on her way to the World Record in the 1500 at a meet at the San Francisco Olympic Club.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Brendan Hansen made his post-retirement swimming debut, showing that “retiring from international-level swimming” isn’t necessarily the same…
Brendan Hansen is jumping back into the pool this weekend to compete in a Masters meet hosted by his own Austin Swim Club.
DeSantis and the Viking take a look at the stats to determine how much past Olympic experience should weigh in toward national selection criteria.
Olympic champion Cameron van der Burgh discusses how he changed his approach after the 2014 Commonwealth Games…
Katie Hoff and husband Todd Anderson at Michigan State University, where they got married yesterday.
Swimmers Brendan Hansen, Debbie Risen Hurwitz, and Tori Trees Smith are slated to be inducted into the 2015 Men’s and Women’s Athletics Halls of Honor this September.
Below, we’ve looked at some of the most surprising US Open records in the books, and what they mean historically to the sport of swimming.
We might be in for an even more wild ride than we had at last year’s championships this weekend in Iowa City