Club Wolverine pros Michael Klueh and Emily Brunemann made their own unique bit of history this week, becoming – as far as we know – the first married couple to qualify to represent Team USA at the same international meet. (Photo from 2013 Golden Goggles awards).
Watch all the relay events from day 1 of Winter Nationals here.
Katie Ledecky and Connor Jaeger broke back-to-back American records in the women’s and men’s 1650 freestyles on the final day of Winter Nationals.
Club Wolverine post-grad Kyle Whitaker just needs to finish 9th-or-better to win the men’s individual high point award.
Through three of four days of the 2014 U.S. Winter Nationals, it’s the University of Louisville leading the combined points for college programs and SwimMAC Carolina running away with the club trophy.
2012 Irish Olympian Barry Murphy has announced his retirement from international-level swimming.
4 time Olympian George Bovell gives us the perspective of an elite athlete during a recent workout in Anne Arbor.
Stanford post grad jumps halfway across the country to take his swimming to new heights.
In Plantation, Florida, Michael Andrew lowered yet another 13-14 National Age Group record. The 14-year-old Andrew went 56.83 in the 100 back to re-break the NAG he set just over a month ago in Orlando.
Tyler Clary is moving to train with his primary 200 backstroke rival in the U.S.: Ryan Lochte.
Video Edit – Coleman Hodges. Video Capture – GMM.
Chloe Sutton has started out the prelims session with a solid 200 free result in Orlando.
Mireia Belmonte finished her National Championship meet with her 5th and 6th event titles.
Rachel Grooms (above) has only been swimming year round for three years, and is already a primary target for the Louisville Cardinals.
The Louisville Cardinal have picked up a distance recruit that should serve them very well when they join the ACC in the fall of 2014.