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?
GMM Predictions: I share what I think Grevers will swim in the 100m back this summer. What do you think?
Conestoga junior Brendan Burns took a 31-year old Pool Record off the board this weekend.
We’re back with swimming’s top 10 tweets, where were round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse. From some quality…
FINA will be limiting the number of races each swimmer will be able to enter per stop this year. The change will have a major effect on Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu’s event schedule, after she entered nearly every race at nearly every stop last year.
With stiff competition from Cal stars Jacob Pebley and Ryan Murphy, will Matt Grevers make the 2017 U.S. World Championship Team?
Olympic icon Matt Grevers is back and focused on the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
¿Tiene un competidor (o si es un “swammer,” tenía un competidor específico) quién se fomenta para nadar más rápido y entrenar…
Swimswam’s own Mel Stewart gives golden advice as he mingles with the stars on the Red Carpet
Tune in Saturday November 5th at 6:30pm to relive the excitement, drama and fierce competition by the best swimmers in the world as they battle for the 2016 RCP Tiburon Mile crown.
Here are ten things you didn’t know about one of the greatest swimmers in history, Mark Spitz.
While at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials Olympic gold medallist and SwimSwam co-founder Gold Medal Mel (Mel Stewart) had some fun in the Aquazone (the area designated at the Olympic Trials with booths set up ect.) signing autographs and joking around with the mascots.
Matt Grevers has stiff competition in Omaha. Who are your picks to make the U.S. Olympic Team in the men’s 100m backstroke?
With the swimming season here, the USA Swimming Foundation kicks off National Water Safety Month with personal water safety tips from six Olympic gold medalists. These tips will help parents and guardians keep their children safer in the water this season.
Olympic Gold Medalists Missy Franklin, Cullen Jones, Jessica Hardy, Nathan Adrian, Mel Stewart and Jason Lezak Fight to Prevent Children’s Swim Deaths