The Golden Goggle Awards are USA Swimming’s yearly awards gala, and they’ll happen tonight in New York City. You can follow along on the USA Swimming website, which will livestream the event. Follow the link here.
Maya DiRado had the #1 pick, and followed it up with an intriguing draft strategy, while rival Connor Jaeger went high risk/high reward. How did the entire 2019 SwimSquad draft shape up last night?
Follow along as four Olympic veterans draft their teams for the 2019 SwimSquads battle.
42 grands noms de la natation ont signé un contrat avec ISL (communiqués par la Ligue) et sont donc censés être présents à Turin.
For the United States’ top swimmers, the road to the 2020 Olympic Games begins later this month at USA Swimming’s Winter National Championships, set for Nov. 28-Dec. 1 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
On November 18, four former U.S.national teamers will draft the current crop of National Team swimmers to four fantasy-style teams, the start of a season-long competition running through the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series.
The list of athletes with signed contracts to compete at the Energy for Swim 2018 event in Italy has grown to 37, even as FINA has informed federations that the meet is not authorized.
Die Liste der Athleten, die am Energy for Swim teilnehmen möchten und auch Verträge unterzeichnet haben, wächst weiter. Und dies,…
Ben Proud wasn’t born as the British beast he is today. Take a look at his early years in our Now & Then: Part Two.
Caeleb Dressel, Kathleen Baker, Michael Andrew, Kelsi Dahlia y Ryan Murphy son algunos de los nombres más destacados del potente equipo americano que competirá en el Mundial de piscina corta en diciembre.
With today’s release of the 2018 Golden Goggles nominations, its time for us to put together our official SwimSwam ballot…
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 12/18 Luglio 2019 Gwangju, Corea Originariamente riportato da Jared Anderson Articolo in inglese al seguente link La…
Michael Andrew qualified for the 2018-2019 US National Team in all 4 strokes.
Kalisz proved that even without going best times, he can visibly separate himself from the rest of the world’s IMer in a way his predecessors in the American IM group (Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte) have done for the past decade.
Japan’s Kosuke Hagino will be racing both the 200m and 400m IM events in Jakarta in a bid to repeat his titles from the 2014 edition of the prestigious Asian Games competition.