American records by Robert Finke (1650 free) and Kieran Smith (500 free) were earth-shattering – but were they as historic as Caeleb Dressel’s 50/100 frees?
The new Alliance plans to collect member swimmers’ prize money from major events and redistribute it through a tiered system of professional athletes.
American Chase Kalisz’ pursual for the 9th-straight US world title in the 200 IM will continue while Hali Flickinger could make history in the 200 fly.
The swimming community was shocked to learn Adrian had been diagnosed with cancer. After 2 surgeries he’s back with his eyes set on World Champs.
The Cal men, for the first time in program history, had an A finalist in every swimming event at the 2019 NCAA Championships.
Haas was aiming to be the first man in history to four-peat in the 200 free.
Whether or not we mean it, the swimming community (and sports community at-large) is good at making comparisons; especially when…
Caeleb Dressel est sur le point de nager un 100 yards, en petit bassin, en moins de quarante secondes…
Is Nathan Adrian the most consistent 100 meter freestyler in United States history? How does Adrian compare to greats like Matt Biondi and Gary Hall Jr.?
Filippo Magnini abandonne la natation. Alors qu’il venait de gagner le bronze du 200 mètres nage libre des championnats d’Italie en petit bassin, le champion du monde du 100 mètres nage libre de 2005, à Montréal, a simplement déclaré aux journalistes éberlués qui l’écoutaient, micros tendus, dans la tribune de presse, qu’il avait choisi de s’en aller sur une note heureuse.
Between Phelps and Spitz was Matt Biondi, one of the greatest American swimmers of all time. Here are three things lessons that he imparted on a generation of swimmers.
The U.S. holds the world 100 free titles simultaneously for the first time since 1991.
Caeleb Dressel won the first U.S. 100 free World title in 16 years.
Two of America’s top masters swimmers will face off against each other this week at the Speedo Sectionals in Lincoln…
June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).