Watch Breeja Larson come within half a second of the American record in the 200 breast, along with other fast swims from the AESC Elite Pro Am in Oklahoma City this weekend.
Watch all the action from Day Three, including Michael Phelps’ 200 butterfly final, at U.S. Winter Nationals in Federal Way, Washington.
Trojan Swim Club’s Haley Anderson was a double event winner on Day 3 of the 2015 AT&T U.S. Winter National Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
Texas junior Clark Smith set new American and NCAA records in the 1000 free while swimming the 1650 on the final night of the Texas Hall of Fame Invite this evening.
Clark Smith set a new American and NCAA record in the 1000 free as part of the 1650 tonight.
Michael Phelps makes a rare U.S. Winter Nationals appearance and should have some stellar butterfly battles with Tom Shields.
Eve and Candace, the “World’s Foremost Unknown Swim Vloggers”, traveled to Los Angelesto interview the stars on the Red Carpet before the 2015 Golden Goggles Award Show.
Watch Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky, Missy Franklin, and Nathan Adrian all earn victories on the final night of the 2015 Minneapolis Arena Pro Swim.
Becca Mann actually outsplit Katie Ledecky through several 50s of her 800 free, coming up with a new lifetime-best swim.
Nathan Adrian rocks the top seed of the morning in the men’s 50m freestyle – 22.39.
The Eddie Reese Invite revealed some monstrous speed. Clark Smith was the star of the day in the 2000 free. Watch him split 8:52 at the 1000, and 14:39 at the 1650 on his way to a 17:44 at the finish.
As a young athlete, coaches and older swimmers will tell you that half the joy of swimming isn’t the wins or the records, it’s the people you meet along the way.
AthleticFoodie launched their Athlete Ambassador program with six elites: Matt Grevers, Jessica Hardy, Anthony Ervin, Elizabeth Beisel, Michael McBroom and Cammile Adams.
Topping off his incredible journey to Mexico, Josh Davis shared a plane with former Mexican President Vicente Fox. (photo courtesy of Josh Davis.)
Joe Schooling won the men’s 100 butterfly by 3 seconds, posting a time just outside of the world’s top 25.