LCM world record-holder Andrii Govorov will face SCM world record-holder Nicholas Santos in the 50 fly in an epic showdown for the 2019 world title.
Caeleb Dressel had the fastest butterfly split in the field at 21.70.
Olivia Smoliga and Kelsi Dahlia both played a crucial role in helping the Americans break the world record in the 4×50 mixed medley relay.
The Trident Swim Foundation is partnering with Olympic swimmers and Worlds team members to raise money for its Swimmer Scholars program.
NC Swimming Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Inductees (left to right): Eugene Godsoe, Jilen Siroky Bouwer, Chip Peterson, Frank Comfort, and Hill Carrow.
The North Carolina Swimming Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2018 inductees, which includes, an Olympian, a collegiate All-American, an Open Water World Champion (Peterson, pictured above) a Masters Swimming leader, and the winningest swimming coach in ACC history.
Former USA National Teamer Eugene Godsoe is not only known for his skills in the pool. The 4-time World Championships medalist is also recognized for his musical talents.
Joseph Schooling set a new Asian Record in the men’s 50 fly prelims.
Jacob Pebley will look to qualify for his first LC World Championship team tonight in the men’s 200 back.
Jones blasted a 23.26 to earn lane 4 for tonight’s final, clearing the former record of 23.29 set by Eugene Godsoe at 2013 Nationals.
The King Marlin Pro-Am Classic is returning to Lewisville, Texas this year with their sights set on making the meet larger than ever.
Team USA returned Rio double gold medalist Anthony Ervin who competed in the 50 free, defending his title in the same pool that he became the oldest individual Olympic gold medalist in swimming.
SwimMAC butterflier Tim Phillips will race for the American team at the 2016 Raia Rapida meet this Sunday.
American swimmer Eugene Godsoe has joined the list of American swimmers who have retired this week after missing the 2016 Olympic…
After an eventful night one at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials, more of America’s big stars will step up to the blocks for their first races including Missy Franklin, Natalie Coughlin, and Katie Ledecky.