The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee has added six new members to its board of directors beginning in 2021, and bringing athlete representation above 33%.
After an ethics committee ordered a new election, swimmers John Naber & Donna de Varona were elected to USOPC Board seats through an alumni organization.
the USA 1976 Men’s team was dominant and Naber was one of the winningest athletes on that team, garnering 4 gold medals and 1 silver
In this GMM takeover of the SwimSwam PC Olympic Champion Ryan Murphy doesn’t hold back. Murph covers Bolles, backstroke legends, and his Cornhole adventures.
“Shut up and just go for it,” Austrian Olympic medalist Markus Rogan would tell himself throughout his career. “All the while, I never asked myself why.”
Braden Holloway of N.C. State University talked with Chris Ritter about the how backstroke has continued to evolve since Braden swam to now.
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Olympian John Naber: I have spent the last two days in shock and mourning over the news of the sudden death of my role model in Olympic sport, Roland Matthes.
Follow along here as we will provide a live recap of tonight’s Golden Goggles awards gala.
Everyone knew that the first event, the men’s 200 butterfly final, would set the tone for the entire Olympic swimming competition.
Before King, only Brendan Hansen had ever won both breaststroke events across all four years of college swimming
SwimSwam caught up with Janet Evans, John Naber, Casey Wasserman and John Mann at the 2017 Team USA Awards, where the Los Angeles 2028 Olympics were a hot topic of conversation and Katie Ledecky won Female Olympic Athlete of the Year.
John Naber is a five-time Olympic medalist, being the most decorated American athlete at the 1976 Games in Montreal, winning four…
Chuck Warner’s “Lesson From Legends”
If you’re a fan of NCAA swimming, you know this championship season had some jaw-dropping, head-turning, gasp-worthy swims.
Ryan Murphy, on the men’s side of Team USA, is it. He’s the star. After Rio, after taking three Olympic…