Dara Torres, producer of perhaps the best comeback in American swimming, will talk with Brooke Bennett, who recently officialized her Rio 2016 comeback, and the best part – you’re invited to join them!
Five-time Olympian Dara Torres has been honored as part of the 25th-anniversary of her athletics class.
You might be surprised to learn that it’s Kirsty Coventry who has won the most individual Olympic medals, among women, of all time. Believe it. (Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Kirsty Coventry)
With the end of the 2012-2013 season approaching, 163 national age group records have been broken (or tied) over the past year between the short course and long course seasons. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
USMS Executive Director Rob Butcher finds time in his busy schedule to get in a solid swim in the 100 breaststroke at the nationals. (Photo: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography – Courtesy US Masters Swimming)
Misty Hyman and Rob Butcher bring us Day 2 highlights from the 2013 Marriott USMS Summer Nationals at Mission Viejo. Several Olympians made it to the event including 5-Time Olympian Dara Torres. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
“The great Matt Biondi headlines this 1980s and 1990s psych up video…”
Lindsey Engel from Crean Lutheran has verbally committed to swim at Stanford. (Photo Courtesy: Anne Lepesant)
“Cullen Jones and Garrett Weber-Gale tied for second going 21.55. Two days later, the pair would race to determine the final US World Championships team spot in the event. Jones won the swim-off in an American record 21.41 to Weber-Gale’s 21.70.” (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictues)
Lindsey Engel of Crean Lutheran High School broke an 28-year old Division 3 Record in the 50 free.
The Crean Lutheran Swim Team takes coach Craig Brown for a plunge after winning the CIF Southern Section Division 3 Championships. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)
Dara Torres’ 22.69 held up for 27 years until Crean Luteran Junior, Lindsey Engel, broke it at CIF SS D3 Championships tonight.
“Swim Across America is dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment by hosting open water and pool swim events across the US.”
American Jason Lezak, who is nothing short of a swimming-hero, has made his retirement official at 37-years old. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Swim News: “Lochte is not the only Olympic star predicting Phelps will return to competition…” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)