New Australian and Commonwealth Records for double world champion Mitch Larkin tonight in Tokyo.
Brazil’s Raia Rapida sprint format meet is slated to take place Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, with sprinters from Brazil, the U.S., South Africa and Italy entered.
Anthony Ervin is back to head the U.S. roster at Brazil’s made-for-TV Raia Rapida sprint format meet.
Caeleb Dressel will look to hunt down the national title in the men’s 50 free after posting a new 17-18 NAG of 21.85 this morning
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Team USA made some major moves in the medal standings, earning 4 golds during day 3 finals.
American Giles Smith took the men’s 100 butterfly in a new Pan American record time of 52.04…
As things have been heating up all week here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games, the tensions are high was we head into day three finals.
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Kelsi Worrell clocked a new Pan American Games record in her sub-58 prelims swim; will she lower her new personal best of 57.24 even more tonight?
The women’s 200 free podium from tonight. Silver medalist Emily Overholt (left) is the top seed of the women’s 400 IM tomorrow.
Countries like Brazil and the United States are powerhouses when it comes to swimming, but at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, Team Canada looks as though they have plenty of potential to top the medal table.
A Michael Phelps return to the 200 fly on the international level is looking less and less crazy with each passing swim. That and more in tonight’s “5 Big Things.”
Katinka Hosszu won the 200 fly and 100 back on day 3, and added a fourth-place finish in the 400 free to a busy, but lucrative day in Santa Clara.
1st African American woman to win an Olympic medal relects on the historic 1-2-3 Minority Finish at Women’s NCAAs
Maritza McClendon: “A tear instantly came to my eyes, I couldn’t believe it… This is a true moment in history for minorities. I still can’t believe we had three women of color take 1,2, 3 in the 100 free at Division 1 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.”