The collegiate swimming season kicks off this Friday at 4pm as The University of Alabama Crimson Tide hosts the Delta…
A major weapon for the Crimson Tide is missing from the squad’s 2016-17 roster.
Finally Michael Phelps is up in the men’s 100m butterfly. This event is arguably the toughest on his schedule for him. He wasn’t remarkably fast at the US Olympic Trials but has shown throughout this meet that he’s much better than he was just a few weeks ago.
After tonight’s events the British team has now surpassed the the total number of medals, one silver and two bronze, that they won at the 2012 Olympic Games in London…
Florent Manaudou will be the favorite to repeat his gold medal performance in the 50 free at the Rio Olympics.
Kristian Gkolomeev looks to be the star of the Greek team being sent to the 2016 European Championships in London.
Kristian Gkolomeev threw down a 21.90 LC 50 freestyle a day after NCAAs, ranking him 5th in the world for 2016.
Texas sophomore Joseph Schooling crushed the first-ever 1:37 in the 200 fly to cap a wild final session of the 2016 NCAA Championships and seal the team title for the Longhorns.
Was that 100-yard freestyle from Caeleb Dressel so fast that missed it? We’ve got you covered.
Though Texas had gone undefeated in relays up to this point, it was Alabama that threw down for the 200 medley title
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for Men’s NCAAs, snagged all the precious moments from tonight’s historic finals. In the photo vault, you’ll see American and NCAA record-holder celebrations and memorable initial NCAA titles for several schools.
The men’s 200 medley relay went to Alabama, but the race also featured monster swims from Cal and Texas. Ryan Murphy posted the fastest 50 back in history and Joseph Schooling swam the fastest 50 fly split ever.
Auburn’s Peter Holoda, Alabama’s Kristian Gkolomeev, and Texas’ Brett Ringgold collectively posted a 19.18 in this morning’s 50 free and will conduct a three-way swim-off for entry in tonight’s championship final.
Ryan Murphy and the Cal Bears always bring their A-game to NCAA’s. Will it be enough to upset Texas?
Caeleb Dressel has been on fire this year. You shouldn’t be surprised at where he falls on our list of most valuable swimmers at men’s NCAA’s