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…
We’re getting ready for an exciting final session on Day One of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Minneapolis. Both Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky will contest two finals each; Phelps is swimming the 200 free and 100 fly, Ledecky, the 200 free and 400 IM.
DeSantis and the Viking take a look at the stats to determine how much past Olympic experience should weigh in toward national selection criteria.
It wasn’t any of these guys.
Yannick Agnel appears on the World Cup Doha start lists, potentially marking his return to competition since pulling out of the World Championships due to illness.
Ryan Lochte headlines the U.S. roster of the 2015 Duel in the Pool event coming up in December.
The Indianapolis team will be lead by Ryan Lochte, Missy Franklin, and Simone Manuel, the hero of the 2013 Duel in the Pool Team.
In one of the U.S. Nationals races we could watch over and over again, Reece Whitley became the first 15-16 year old in history to break the 2:12 barrier in the men’s 200 meter breaststroke.
Caitlin Leverenz won the women’s 400 IM with a time of 4:38.81, putting a good amount of space between herself and the rest of the field
Watch (almost) all of Day Three’s finals from U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas, including the women’s 100m breast, won by Katie Meili (pictured).
Caeleb Dressel will look to hunt down the national title in the men’s 50 free after posting a new 17-18 NAG of 21.85 this morning
39 of the 40 qualifiers for the A and B finals on Day 3 are expected to swim tonight, including North Baltimore’s Michael Phelps. Phelps won the 200 fly with the world’s fastest time last night and will contest the 100 fly tonight.
Now that we have all witnessed the glory that is the Michael Phelps comeback trail, we can safely get psyched for his prelims swim in the 100 fly.