In today’s Olympic Trials session, we would have seen reigning world record holders in back-to-back-to-back races: Regan Smith, Ryan Murphy and Lilly King.
In an alternate timeline, we’re all just starting a week with our eyes and minds glued to live results pages from Omaha at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials.
In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
We know what she can do in backstroke, but what could happen if Regan Smith swims the butterfly events at Trials? It’s something worth getting hyped over.
Connecticut, the home state of U.S. National Team swimmer Kieran Smith (above), has said that pools will reopen in Phase 2 of the state’s coronavirus…
Looking ahead to the Tokyo Olympics, there appears to be a crowded field in the men’s 800 freestyle relay, with no clear favorite for the gold.
We also dove deep into what it takes to swim a perfect 400m freestyle and how swimming might be able to break the magical barrier of 3:40 in that race.
Erika Brown was named Female Swimmer of the Year for the second straight season after winning six conference titles and leading the Vols to the team victory.
It’s time to explore some international stars! Read more on the men’s 200 free featuring Danas Rapsys, Sun Yang, Duncan Scott, James Guy, and more.
We tally up projected individual scoring for the 2020 NCAA meet, plus look back at the past three NCAA meets for class-by-class scoring by individual.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas holds three top-2 seeds, including the top incoming times in the 200 IM (1:39.91) and 200 back (1:37.20).
Texas leads with 18 swimming qualifiers to Cal’s 14 in our early projections of the NCAA cutline based on this morning’s psych sheets.
While Smith swam the 400 IM at SECs in a time that then led the nation, he won’t be entered in it at NCAAs. He’ll instead be the top seed in the 200 free.
Casas’ swim on Friday makes him the 14th-fastest performer of all-time in an event that he’s only raced a handful of times in his career.
In the month of February, two different Florida Gator men shattered American and NCAA records in the 500 free and 1650 free.