Hali Flickinger is slated to swim the 200 back and 200 fly at day 4 prelims of U.S. Winter Nationals in Greensboro.
I have come to believe that coupling motions are extremely important in swimming all four strokes and on the start to enhance power. I have never been able to prove that belief is correct…..until now.
Nathan Adrian will contest the men’s 50 free on day 2 of the U.S. Winter National Championships in Greensboro.
The latest installment in Cody Miller’s vlog sheds some light on a scenario unique to professional groups training alongside a collegiate program: what does life look like for the pros when the college team rests?
Maya DiRado had the #1 pick, and followed it up with an intriguing draft strategy, while rival Connor Jaeger went high risk/high reward. How did the entire 2019 SwimSquad draft shape up last night?
What the results may not have shown was that during 2 of the breaks, the pros from IU and Texas got in a little racing of their own
The Indiana University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will open the 2018-19 season on Wednesday, Oct. 10 when the teams host a quad meet at the Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center in Bloomington.
Michael Andrew qualified for the 2018-2019 US National Team in all 4 strokes.
Andrew Wilson (USA) and Jessica Hansen (AUS) have scratched the individual 200 breast final to focus on their respective relays.
Yasuhiro Koseki is one of the contenders in the men’s 200 breast on day 4 of the Pan Pacific Championships.
Caeleb Dressel races for the win and a Worlds spot in the men’s 100 free tonight.
The action in Tokyo rolls on at day 2 of the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships. We are fortunate to share…
After an upset gold on day 1 in the 200 freestyle, Taylor Ruck will compete in both the 100 free and 100 back on day 2 in Tokyo.
Though Caeleb Dressel has already swum at this meet, taking on the 200 free prelims and helping the U.S. to bronze in the mixed medley relay, this is the first of his main events this meet.
Australia (4×1 free) and the U.S. (4×1 medley) are already world record-holders, and the American 4×2 could also have a shot at a world record in Tokyo.