Ledecky participated in pre-game festivities as the Nationals hosted Swim Night.
After becoming the third-fastest 13-year-old in U.S. history Friday morning, Gemmell moved to No. 2 Friday night.
15-year-old Paige McKenna won the women’s 400 free, posting a 4:17.59. That time marked McKenna’s first sub-4:20 performance ever, and marked a nearly 6 second time drop fro her previous best of 4:23.07.
Indiana Hoosier head coach Ray Looze was named Coach of the Year by the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA).
Budding multi-event stars Michael Andrew and Regan Smith will lead Team USA’s roster for the 2017 World Junior Championships, which will take place in Indianapolis, Indiana in August. Andrew is set to swim upwards of 6 total events and Smith 5.
USA Swimming has announced Bruce Gemmell as the new head coach for the American boy’s team for the 2017 World Junior…
Now onto her 3rd coach, Katie Ledecky hasn’t slown down one bit.
Katy Ledecky was named Female Swimmer of the Year for the fourth straight time at the 2016 Golden Goggle awards
SwimSwam’s take on the 2016 Golden Goggle Awards nominees.
Michael Phelps leads all athletes with 5 Golden Goggles nominations, per the official ballot released by USA Swimming today.
Katie Ledecky talks about her upcoming season at Stanford University and yesterday’s record-breaking race.
Mike Bottom, Dave Durden, and Jack Bauerle will be joining head men’s coach Bob Bowman in Rio. Greg Meehan, Bruce Gemmell, and Ray Looze will be joining head women’s coach David Marsh on the coaching staff.
After five days of actions in Omaha, Nebraska at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials a picture of the coaching staff is beginning to form based on who’s qualified for the Olympic team.
Katie Ledecky speaks to the media after making the U.S Olympic Team for the second time on the fourth day of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.