Thursday, August 15th, 2019 marks the 10th birthday of the launch of the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour.
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Olivia Smoliga and Kelsi Dahlia both played a crucial role in helping the Americans break the world record in the 4×50 mixed medley relay.
Fitter and Faster 15 Questions (#FFT15) profiles the 50+ elite swimmers and clinicians that host, instruct and manage the world’s largest swim clinic…
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The Triangle Aquatic Center TITANS announced Thursday the addition of new full-time coach Claire Donahue
Fitter & Faster has more clinics lined up this Fall than ever before. Over the next four weekends, Fitter & Faster is producing 64 sessions of clinics in 31 cities across the USA and Canada, led by more than 22 different Olympians and several more national team athletes.
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Find links to all of our event-by-event previews here. 2017 U.S. NATIONALS & WORLD TRIALS June 27 – July 1,…
Kelsi Worrell is the clear favorite for gold in Indianapolis, but a great battle is brewing for that second spot.
Lilly King joined Ali DeLoof, Kelsi Worrell, and Katrina Konopka to take the world record in the 200 SCM medley relay.
It’s a college-heavy psych sheet for the U.S. Winter Nationals, with Olympian Caeleb Dressel heading a young list of stars from the college ranks.
In the wake of not making the 2016 USA Olympic Team, Claire Donahue is making the move to Tennessee.
The first round of the psych sheets for the 2016 U.S. Open Championships have been posted a week ahead of…
2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM TRIALS Sunday June 26th-Sunday July 3rd, 2016 Century Link Center – Omaha, Nebraska Friday-Sunday – Prelims – 11:00…
Some of the tension of the anticipation of finding out who will represent the United States in the pool in Rio will be relieved tonight. The first six members of the U.S Olympic team will be announced tonight following the finals of the men’s 400m IM, the women’s 400m IM, and the men’s 400m freestyle.
After cruising to a 1:54.34 in prelims, Caeleb Dressel dropped the hammer tonight in the men’s 200 freestyle. Dressel swam a new lifetime best to win the event in 1:48.39.