Klete Keller

Klete Keller Avoids Jail Time With 6-Month Home Detention Sentence for Jan. 6 Capitol Riot

Klete Keller avoided prison time on Friday after being sentenced to three years of probation and six months of home detention for storming the U.S. Capitol.


El doble campeón olímpico Klete Keller, con condena

“Ahora entiendo que mis acciones fueron un delito y que soy plenamente responsable de ello”, admitió el esstadounidense en su juicio.

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Feds Request 10-Month Prison Sentence For Olympic Swimmer Klete Keller in January 6 Case

The government has requested that Keller receive a relatively light sentence due to the fact he “has tried to right his wrong for nearly three years.”


Aaron Shackell Swims 3:47.00 400 Free Tied-#3 17-18 All-Time, Breaks Meet Record

Shackell has dropped over eight seconds in the 400 freestyle over the last year and is now tied for the third fastest 17-18 year old ever.


Olympic Champion Klete Keller’s Sentencing Date Delayed Again Until December

Klete Keller had his sentencing hearing postponed once again until December, nearly three years after he stormed the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021. 


Klete Keller Asks for Capitol Riot Sentencing Date to Be Pushed Back Again

The sentencing hearing was initially scheduled for May, but it was pushed back to July 7 after his attorney, Edward B. MacMahon Jr., died in March.


Olympic Champion Klete Keller’s Sentencing Date for Capitol Riot Pushed Back to July

The felony charge for obstructing a federal proceeding carries a maximum sentence of 20 years, but the 41-year-old Keller will likely receive far less time.


How Hard Is It to Win NCAA, Short Course Worlds Titles in the Same Season?

Virginia’s Kate Douglass (above) is one of five swimmers who has the potential to win individual titles at both the NCAA and Short Course Worlds this season.


Happy Birthday To Us: The Top 50 Articles from a Decade of SwimSwam

You’ll never guess who is responsible for the top 3 most-read articles in SwimSwam history.


One Year Later, Looking At What Led Klete Keller To The Capitol Riots

January 6 marks the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Capitol riots where American Olympic swimmer Klete Keller was identified and ultimately charged.


Michael Phelps’ 30 Olympic Finals Scored with ISL Rules

What if Michael Phelps swam in the ISL? Even if we never see it, we can apply ISL rules to Phelps’s Olympic races and see how things turn out.


Mark Schubert Ends Mission Viejo Tenure Earlier than Anticipated

After nearly 20 years -in two stints- as head coach of Mission Viejo Nadadores, Mark Schubert has left the pool deck.


Klete Keller Si Dichiara Colpevole Di Parte Delle Accuse

Klete Keller si è dichiarato colpevole di una parte dei capi di accusa relativi all’assalto del Campidoglio degli Stati Uniti

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Klete Keller Pleads Guilty to Felony Charge In Connection With Capitol Riot

The American Olympic medalist in swimming pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding as part of a plea deal.


Former U.S. National Team Director Mark Schubert Announces Retirement

Schubert served on eight Olympic coaching staffs, won three NCAA team titles and was USA Swimming’s National Team Director from 2006 until 2010.