June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).
Brazilian swimmer Joanna Maranhao, who was part of the 800 free relay that broke a South American Record at the Rio Olympics, has been dropped by the Pinheiros swim club on the basis that she’s too old to swim in Tokyo 2020.
Swimming on Wednesday at the New York High School Section 1 Girls’ Championships, 14-year old Kate Douglass, a sophomore at Pelham…
Dara Torres takes on a new challenge tomorrow night in Boston.
Though all eyes were on the winning Brazilian team of Bruno Fratus, Joao Gomes, Henrique de Souza, and Henrique Rodrigues in…
Evan Morgenstein, founder and CEO of several talent and corporate representation agencies including PMG Sports, CelebExperts and others has represented…
Ryan Lochte won his 12th career Olympic medal last night, making him the 2nd most decorated male swimmer in Olympic history.
Katie Ledecky won the 200 free over fellow superstar Sarah Sjostrom, removing the Swede from contention for swimmer of the meet honors.
Just eight swimmers have won gold medals after the age of 30. Michael Phelps is one of four athletes with a great shot to join that list this week
Natalie Coughlin will join her local Bay Area NBC station for a nightly segment called “The Olympic Moment of the Day with Natalie Coughlin.”
Maddie Howell made an epic hype video for her club’s state meet.
Simone Manuel bypassed Madison Kennedy tonight as the fourth-fastest female American 50 freestyler in history and the second-fastest American textile.
The women of the United States of America made a statement this morning in the prelims of the women’s 100 free, showing the world the American sprinters’ relevance even in the age of the Aussie Campbell sisters.
Michael Phelps joins 14 other swimmers on the historic list of swimmers who have made five or more Olympic teams.
The Team Kellogg’s ads, featuring Tom Shields, will follow first-time Olympic hopefuls in their quest to Rio.