Bill Yorzyk won the Olympic gold medal in the 200 fly in Melbourne in 1956, which was the first Olympic gold medal ever offered in the stroke.
Anna Jorgensen will follow her father, Olympic gold medalist Dan Jorgensen (USC), into the Pac-12 when she begins at Arizona.
We sat down with 2016 Olympic head coach David Marsh and picked his brain on how small changes can make huge differences, especially when you want them to
As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?
The story of how Phelps, the winningest Olympian in history, developed into the world’s greatest swimmer.
Nearly everything has changed in the sport since 1989, other than the fact that Eddie Reese was winning team titles at Texas.
We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets!
Ledecky se prépare comme il le faut avant les Championnats du monde de cet été à Gwangju en Corée. De quoi sera-t-elle capable sur 400m nage libre?
SwimSwam’s insiders give you 6 ways to improve your race footage, including how to avoid the key mistakes that ruin more videos than anything else.
Michael Andrew ha nuotato il tempo di 1:57.49 alla Richmond Pro Swim. Quello che alcuni potrebbero non sapere è che…
2019 Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championship February 15th-16th, 2019 Lancaster, PA Meet Page Live Stream Live Results Day one…
Former world record holder Mel Stewart has an in-depth conversation that brings up interesting and humorous stories about his national team experiences, his Hollywood career and the creation of SwimSwam.
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En annonçant une série de grandes compétitions qui ne sont qu’une mauvaise photocopie du projet de l’International Swimming League, la Fédération Internationale de Natation va-t-elle à l’échec ?
If you want a swimming clinic with Olympic Champion Mel Stewart plus a Practice + Pancakes episode for your swim team, please participate in this auction to support the USA Swimming Foundation’s mission of saving lives and building champions.
Gil Stovall never went out with the intention of grabbing the lead, was perpetually worried about “falling off the last 50,” had always relied on his kick, his ability to come from behind to post a fast time, to win races. Had he made a mistake now, gone out too fast in a race for one of two precious spots on the U.S. Olympic team?