Peter Andrew: “Our main goal with the VodCast is to give more people who are curious about our journey and USRPT direct access to us with the ultimate goal being that of building a community where coaches, parents, and swimmers can come and learn, ask questions and get connected.”
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World silver medalist Cammile Adams, world champion Haley Anderson, teenage phenom Michael Andrew, 4-time Olympian Tony Azevedo and the USA Synchro Olympic duet team are all part of Team SwimOutlet for 2016.
Two words twice: World Record, Katie Ledecky. What an amazing cap off to a great weekend in Austin. Katie Ledecky…
Michael Andrew, seen here in the preliminaries of the 50 free this morning, came back this evening to break his own 15-16 National Age Group record on the second day of the 2016 Austin Pro Series.
Wow. It’s obviously the Olympic year has a bunch of folks psyched for Rio. Not only is there great action in…
Short course American record-holder David Nolan won’t swim the 200 IM on the final day of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin, swimming only the 100 backstroke.
If anyone can take down Katie Ledecky after her record breaking 400 free yesterday, it’s the also record-breaking Sarah Sjostrom
It’s going big in Texas this weekend with heavy load of top swimmers from around the world dropping in at…
Chad Le Clos swam the world’s 5th-fastest 100m fly of the season at South Africa’s Grand Prix 1; now SSA has announced the remaining 3 stops in the series of meets.
The dynamic duo that is swimmer Michael Andrew and his father/coach Peter Andrew are set to appear on ESPN2’s Outside the Lines on Sunday.
Our latest poll asked SwimSwam readers to pick out their favorite of the slew of National Age Group (NAG) records that fell on the weekend of Winter Junior Nationals and the NCAP Invite.
Courtney Harnish and Michael Andrew earned top honors for 15-16s in 2015.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo finished off the 2015 Indian Ocean Championships with wins in the 50 fly and the 100 free. Dutch teammate Heemskerk took the 200 back, and Jan Sefl jumped into the world rankings by winning the 50 fly.