June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).
Anthony Ervin will be one of seven athletes participating in the torch lighting ceremonies at the 20th Maccabiah Games.
Freddy Bousquet is set to compete on the 2nd season of France’s ‘Ninja Warrior’ show.
Chuck Warner’s “Lesson From Legends”
“I am very excited to be participating in the 20th World Maccabiah Games, amongst the Jewish athletes of the world,” said Ervin.
Rick Ehrlich, Team USA Swim Chairman for the 20th World Maccabiah Games is proud to announce that Olympic gold medalists…
Reminisce with Charles Hartley on the top 5 most unforgettable swimming moments of the 2016 Rio Olympics.
One of Michael Phelps’s 21 gold medals (as of this morning) came from swimming the preliminary heat of the 4×100 medley relay in 2004.
Before Lezak’s heroics in Beijing there was Bruce Hayes and his epic relay leg against the most dominant swimmer of the 1984 Olympics, West Germany’s Michael Gross.
At the past 2 Olympic games, one of the major headlines has been the rivalry between Team USA and France in the 4×100 free relay. While the rivalry continues this summer, a new team is in the mix.
The U.S. Olympic Trials are frequently criticized for being much closer to the Olympics than the trials meets of many…
Maddie Howell made an epic hype video for her club’s state meet.
Trash talking of historical proportions began a few days before the finals of the men’s 4 by 100 meter freestyle relay in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Jason “The Anchor” Lezak helped Team USA soar to a new World Record in the men’s 400 free relay back in 2008.
Michael Phelps will be searching for his first world record since 2009 this summer at his fifth and final Olympics.