Sir Isaac Newton, a brilliant mathematician from the UK, defined the three laws of motion back in the 17th century, yet they are as important to a swimmer today as they were then.
Tate Jackson put up a 41.42 this morning in the 100 free for a new Big 12 Conference, Texas team, and Big 12 meet record. His swim was nearly a second faster than his previous personal best.
David Marsh discusses his plans to create Team Elite West and where they are in the development of that program…
An appellate court has ruled in favor of continuing the criminal case against Ryan Lochte.
Il procuratore di Stato di Rio de Janeiro ha annunciato di aver presentato appello presso la Corte Superiore di Giustizia…
In 2014, it took a 49.12 to make the top 6, and only 3 men were under 49 seconds. Two of those men were just barely under with a pair of 48.9s. Tonight in Indianapolis, it took a 48.49 to place 6th.
Jimmy Feigen is entered in the 50 and 100 free at U.S. Nationals, a surprise considering we haven’t seen him compete since Rio.
All swimmers have bad swims. Here are 5 ways to bounce back the next time you have a bad performance at the pool.
Schooling shot off the blocks, securing gold in a blazing 18.76. With that, he took down Jimmy Feigen’s former Big 12 Conference Record of 18.84 in the event.
The New Year is upon us! So we at SwimSwam are wrapping up our 2016 Swammy Awards with a look back at the 16 biggest stories of the year 2016.
According to TMZ Sports, Rio prosecutors have offered Ryan Lochte a plea deal after he was charged with falsely reporting a crime during the…
Months after leaving Rio, U.S. Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte’s troubles with the Rio gas station incident aren’t over quite yet.
Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian was recently profiled in an article for the Huffington Post in which he discussed Ryan Lochte and the infamous Rio robbery incident.
The President and First Lady are set to welcome members of the 2016 USA Olympic and Paralympic teams on Thursday, September 29th on the White House South Lawn.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers about the U.S. Olympic Committee’s disciplinary measures taken against Jimmy Feigen, Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz for their role in the now-infamous gas station incident in Brazil: