North Baltimore’s Allison Schmitt will try to take on Katie Ledecky for the 400 free crown at Nationals in Irvine.
Katie Ledecky is the runaway favorite to win the women’s 800 at Nationals, but who will come in second?
Top-rated prospect Simone Manuel heads up a Stanford class that redefines the word “loaded.”
There’s no questions here: Katie Ledecky is the favorite. But who will grab the #2 spot behind her?
Missy Franklin put together a textbook mid-season 1:56.96 to win the women’s 200 free, splitting under 30 seconds the whole…
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She’ll have no Ledecky to race against this time, but Denmark’s Lotte Friis, the second-fastest 1500 freestyler in history, will try and put up a big swim early at the Charlotte Grand Prix.
2014 Mesa Grand Prix: Romano Grabs Three A Finals, Lochte Two In A Day Full Of Doubles-LIVE Prelims Recap
While the Phelps hype will still be at an all time high today, National teamers suit up for some grueling doubles and even triples in Friday’s session.
Missy Franklin and Caeleb Dressel were the hands-down favorites for 17-18 Swimmer of the Year. Read the full story below.
Conor Dwyer posted his second-fastest 400 IM time ever at the NBAC Christmas Meet on Saturday.
Yannick Agnel went 8:42 in the 100 free, a rarely-performed race for a European.
North Baltimore’s Gillian Ryan has committed to the University of Michigan. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
35-time World Champion, and 5-time Olympic Champion, Ryan Lochte headlines 111 swimmers on the 2013-2014 USA Swimming National Team. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
Junior-to-be Kiera Janzen won the women’s 200 free in 1:58.28 at US Open: that’s more than three seconds better than she had been coming into the meet. (Image courtesy of Tim Binning, theswimpictures)