The American 4x100m medley relay team at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games put up an amazing time that under careful consideration might be faster than what the American ladies can go at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Natalie Coughlin (above) certainly delivered, turning in the 4th-fastest time in the world this year with her 400 medley lead off.
Yuliya Efimova has the most impressive resume of anyone in the field in the 50m breastroke. She is the two-time world champion (2009 & 2013) and was the runner up in 2011.
1. Ruta Meilutyte, LTU – 1:04.57; 2. Yuliya Efimova, RUS – 1:05.17; 3. Kanako Watanabe, JPN – 1:05.69
Jordan Wilimovsky (above) took the top seed for finals of the men’s 1500 by almost ten seconds tonight.
The 2015 TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions, known in the swimming community as SMOC, will be held June 25-28 at the Marguerite Aquatic Center in Mission Viejo.
Clark Burckle, go big or go home! #OlympicRingsTat
Missy Franklin will close out the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara with the 200 back and 100 free, two of her strongest events.
Fast, fun and sun. The action continues up in northern California at the Arena Pro Swim Santa Clara. Moving up…
Our photographer Mike Lewis has covered a lot of ground around the deck to help bring us these great images…
Sun and fast swimming fun are the order of the morning at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Santa Clara. Here’s some…
US Olympians Cullen Jones and Conor Dwyer made the most out of their trip to Chicago to kick off USA…
Swimming in Black and White with a Splash of Color.
USA Swimming Foundation, Olympic Champions and Chicago Park District Join Forces to Reduce Risk of Child Drownings
The weekend of events is highlighted by Olympic medalists Cullen Jones, Winnetka-native Conor Dwyer, Chicago-native Christine Magnuson, Rowdy Gaines and Jessica Hardy.
USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Tour Presented by Phillips 66 Raises Awareness to Reduce Risk of Child Drownings
Month-long June tour with Olympic gold medalists promotes saving lives through swim lessons to reverse second-leading cause of death for children under 14.