Chase Kalisz went head-to-head with North Baltimore teammate Michael Phelps, roaring home on the last 50 to win this morning’s 200m IM in 2:02.42.
Nathan Adrian rocks the top seed of the morning in the men’s 50m freestyle – 22.39.
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.
22-time Olympic medalist and Comeback King, Michael Phelps, is tonight’s 4th seed in the men’s 100 fly after touching simultaneously with MIchael Andrew (53.70) in this morning’s prelims.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2016. After extensive selection procedures, including an analysis…
Coming off an NCAA title in his freshman year, Caeleb Dressel will look to lead the Gators to an even better 2015-2016
Scotland’s Robbie Renwick is riding a renewed wave of success since moving to his new training base of Stirling University.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: Daiya Seto of Japan improved his time from two years ago to win gold in the men’s 400 IM with a 4:08.50.
The British Swimming Team signed off from their most successful World Championship campaign with a total of nine medals including five golds and two world records.
Katinka Hosszu will look to her win her third World title in the women’s 400 IM, and her third medal of the meet on the final day
James Guy clocked a scorching sub-1:45 split to anchor Great Britain to its first ever men’s 800 free relay world championship win.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: The British relay of Dan Wallace, Robert Renwick, Calum Jarvis, and James Guy fought back from an early deficit to beat the United States.
With Cesar Cielo leaving the FINA World Championships prematurely due to injury, the door is wide open for a number of swimmers to capitalize on his absence from the 50 free.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS RACE VIDEO: Ryan Lochte secured his fourth consecutive World Title in the men’s 200 IM with a time of 1:55.81, earning an much needed medal for the United States.
2015 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS POST RACE INTERVIEW: Lochte knew he was risking a DQ on the turn in the 200 IM. He took the chance and won.