The holidays are approaching fast. Give the gift of swimming with SwimSwam Magazine’s “2016 Year in Review” with the special “Farewell to Michael Phelps” section.
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If swimming had its own State of the Union Address, how would we rate the level of sportsmanship post-Rio 2016?
Andrew Gyenis is a graduate of Stanford University, where he studied renewable energy and creative writing. He is a long…
Competitive Intelligence of Media Leaders names SwimSwam Magazine one of the “30 Hottest Launches” of 2016.
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Olympic gold medalist and Stanford graduate Maya DiRado was an absolute sensation in the pool at the Rio Olympics.
With the 2016 Golden Goggles approaching, SwimSwam has put together an analysis of the voting up to this point.
SwimSwam’s take on the 2016 Golden Goggle Awards nominees.
Michael Phelps leads all athletes with 5 Golden Goggles nominations, per the official ballot released by USA Swimming today.
Watch Elizabeth Beisel and Allison Schmitt host the red carpet runway show for the USOC Awards tonight.
The President and First Lady are set to welcome members of the 2016 USA Olympic and Paralympic teams on Thursday, September 29th on the White House South Lawn.
USA Swimming has released it’s list of the top 50 swim cities in 2016, with the San Jose-Santa Clara metropolitan area earning the #1 rank.
USA Swimming swimming has released the 2016-17 U.S. National Team roster of 53 men and 53 women, headlined by individual Rio Olympic gold medalists Katie Ledecky, Ryan Murphy, Simone Manuel, and Lilly King.
Do you think swimmers are, on average, more intelligent and better students than athletes focused on other sports?
Here’s a little more info about the birthday boy and the Mutual of Omaha BREAKOUT Swim Clinic.