March’s NCAA championship meets will be the storied USC head coach of 14 years Dave Salo’s last in his current role, he announced.
Kibler’s time was a personal best for him, half a second faster than his previous best of 1:47.65 from 2018 Jr Pan Pacs.
Texas Ex Will Licon broke a decade-old Pool Record in Austin on Friday by over a second in the men’s 200 meter breaststroke final.
Three-time U.S. Olympian Nathan Adrian has been diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 30. He broke the bad news on social media Thursday, along with a message of hope for fans and an affirmation that he will continue training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, aiming to be back in the water in a few weeks:
El estadounidense Nathan Adrian, cinco veces campeón olímpico, ha anunciado en sus redes sociales que le han diagnosticado cáncer testicular.
Belief, grit and love are David Marsh’s three keys to building an environment of excellence and a winning culture…
We’re back with swimming’s top ten tweets of the week.
Jacob Pebley will look to qualify for his first LC World Championship team tonight in the men’s 200 back.
On Wednesday night at the 2017 U.S. Nationals/World Championships Trials, Olympic breaststroker Kevin Cordes topped a loaded 200 breast field by almost a body length, winning the race with a personal best 2:07.41.
Philip Heintz set a new German record in the 200m IM (LC) in 1:55,76 on Thursday at the German National…
Tonight after his three-way silver in the 100 fly, Phelps was quoted saying that his is standing by his plan to retire.
Miller swam a 58.86 to become the fastest American in history, breaking the previous American Record of 58.94 set by his Rio teammate Kevin Cordes.
Kevin Cordes of Fox Valley set a new U.S. Open record in the 200 breaststroke semifinals today, clocking in at 2:07.81.
Kevin Cordes became the third-fastest American 100 breaststroker in history this morning with 59.05 in prelims.
“In the team’s area at the Olympics, the American almost always have the most athletes sitting there because they’re truly invested in it. As kids finish the meet, you’ll listen to them walk into the next session like, ‘Alright! I’m the number one cheerleader now!'”