2014 Mesa Grand Prix: Romano Grabs Three A Finals, Lochte Two In A Day Full Of Doubles-LIVE Prelims Recap
While the Phelps hype will still be at an all time high today, National teamers suit up for some grueling doubles and even triples in Friday’s session.
With all times, yards, and numbers aside, swimming for these three veterans looked like it all came down to fun.
22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps will make his official comeback at the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix. But that’s far from the only storyline to watch at this week’s battle in the desert.
Michael Phelps (above) will have long-time national-team teammate Matt Grevers beside him when he makes his official comeback today in Mesa, Arizona.
Swimming video is courtesy of US Masters Swimming.
Katie Hoff threw the ceremonial first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays game Sunday, and got a surprise from her boyfriend on the field. Meanwhile Cal coach Dave Durden is schedule to throw out the first pitch for the Oakland A’s on Tuesday.
A pair of swimmers went under the old National Age Group Record in the 200 yard backstroke for 11-12 girls…
The multi-time world champ and Olympic medalist swam just her second meet since Trials in 2012, winning three events and getting close to her lifetime-bests in all three.
Stone Ridge’s Katie Ledecky has accomplished something that’s only been done a handful of times in swimming history.
For the first time since the 2012 Olympic Trials, Katie Hoff has returned to competition at the Speedo Winter Championships meet in Plantation, Florida.
Former World Record holder Katie Hoff completed her meet with two solid swims at the Speedo Winter Championships in Plantation, Florida.
Katie Hoff returned to competition at the Speedo Winter Championships in Plantation, Florida on Saturday with a solid-looking 200 free.
Many thanks to swimswam contributor Anne Lepesant for producing this interview. WOMEN’S 400 IM – 2013 US Junior Nationals –…
Emily and Ella Eastin of Socal Aquatics breakdown their training… (Image courtesy of Anne Lepesant video capture)
Olympians Allison Schmitt (left) and Chloe Sutton (right) were both in the top 5 in the world last year, but will someone get left out in favor of fast-rising Katie Ledecky? (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)