With the performance, Curzan is now the #7 performer all-time in the women’s SCY 200 fly, the #6 American all-time, and her performance is the #10 performance
We discuss the upcoming women’s and men’s DI NCAA Championships, Summer McIntosh breaking 2 world junior records in Toronto, and the Pro Swim in Westmont
Il day3 di finali delle Pro Swim Series si è concluso. Ryan Murphy 1° al mondo nei 200 dorso, Michael Andrew Vince i 100 farfalla. Recap
Claire Curzan will be swimming two events tonight as top seed in the 200 backstroke and second seed to Kelsi Dahlia in the 100 fly.
Olympians upon Olympians are set to compete this week at the first stop of the 2022 Pro Swim Series in Westmont, Illinois.
Il primo incontro Pro Swim Series del 2022 prenderà il via mercoledì prossimo a Westmont, Illinois al FMC Aquatic Center. Gli iscritti
After swimming faster-than-the-Olympics times in her last outing in Orlando, Katie Ledecky (above) headlines a star-studded field for Westmont.
Huske won the 100 butterfly on Friday at the Pac-12 championships. She’s now the fastest freshman of all time, and tied for the #5 performer of all time.
Olympian Erica Sullivan provides her yearly reminder of the many similarities between elite swimming and the Academy Awards.
Rye Ulett was scheduled to arrive at Louisville next fall, but made a surprise debut last week at Indiana. She’s already making a big impact.
El año 2021 nos dejó un total increíble de 24 récords mundiales en natación en piscina, 10 de ellos en piscina larga y 14 en corta.
After winning European and SC World titles in 2021, Israeli’s Anastasia Gorbenko is in line for more hardware in 2022.
Caeleb Dressel provided us with many memorable moments in 2021, highlighted by his first career individual Olympic gold medal in the 100 freestyle.
After a two-year hiatus from winning this award, Katie Ledecky is once again the winner of the Swammy for US Female Swimmer of the Year.
Nearly half of voters believe Kelsi Dahlia has the best chance of qualifying for the 2022 Worlds team among 2016 Olympians that missed the Tokyo squad.