Fike Swim is thrilled to announce the addition of former U.S. National Teamer and elite butterflier Megan Kingsley to its…
This article looks at Emily Escobedo’s path to college and professional swimming, choices that have consistently defied conventional wisdom and which are paying off for one of the world’s best swimmers.
Fike Swim is excited to announce the world’s first-ever weighted goggle, the Attacker Revolucionario 2x. The AR2x represents a massive advance in both training and racing.
This is Zane Grothe’s favorite set and he dropped a total of 23 seconds off of it from one year ago!
U.S. National Teamer Emily Escobedo joins one of the largest ambassador teams in the swim world at Fike Swim. A breaststroke specialist and former University of Maryland Baltimore County standout, Emily is now a member of Condors Swim Club.
Fike Swim is thrilled to announce that World and American Record Holder Ali DeLoof has joined its team of ambassadors.
If you don’t know who James Fike is, you probably should. His life revolves around swimming, in almost every way you can imagine. Let’s start from the beginning
A new season is here giving all swimmers new opportunities to swim fast. We are fresh off World Championships and inspiration is running high.
Fike Swim has the privilege of being a case study on Product Innovation and Brand Management this semester and the students will ultimately pitch Fike Swim on products they want to “launch.”
Fike Swim is expanding its support of swimmers across aquatic sports with the addition of two-time Ironman 70.3 Champion and former Texas Longhorn standout David Kahn.
PUMP UP VIDEO! “A new season is here giving all swimmers new opportunities to swim fast. We are fresh off the Olympics and inspiration is running high.”
Check out Fike Swim’s new video to channel that inspires you to swim smart, swim tough, and swim different!
James Fike, CEO Fike Swim: “This is the bag I wish I had as an age grouper and collegiate swimmer. It’s everything we deserve but were never given, including the best fabric, zippers, stitching, and other components I could find.”