Katie Ledecky (above), Ryan Lochte, and Nathan Adrian will all swim their first long course meets since Pan Pacs in a week in Austin.
Three of the 20 fastest 1000 yard freestylers of all-time went lifetime bests on Thursday to kick off the AESC Pro-Am in Edmond, Oklahoma, including Michael McBroom (above).
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In this 2000 free for time, you want to see McBroom’s 1000 and 1650 splits. Considering this is a practice test swim, you’re going to be blown away.
Earlier this month, TYR invited members of the media and dealers from around the United States to their headquarters in…
Joseph Schooling and the Texas Longhorns are part of a star-studded weekend quad meet in Michigan which features college teams and pros from Texas, Michigan, Louisville and Indiana.
National Team swimmers Connor Jaeger (Fair Haven, N.J.), Michael McBroom (The Woodlands, Texas) and Cody Miller (Las Vegas, Nev.) are…
Connor Jaeger headlines a massive list of Olympians competing at the Michigan-hosted quad meet.
TYR Sport is proud to announce that three of its athletes — Matt Grevers, Michael McBroom and Jimmy Feigen– have earned bids to the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
The American swimmers who were scheduled to race at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships in the open water 10km race…
Matt Grevers won the men’s 100m backstroke with a blazing fast time of 52.75 — the third-fastest time in the world this year — securing his spot at Pan Pacs. This accolade, in addition to his win in the men’s 50m butterfly, helped earn Grevers the individual High Point Award on the final night of Nationals.
Michael McBroom won the men’s 800 freestyle with the third fastest time in the world this year at 7:49.66. Matt McLean finished second at 7:55.78, followed by Michael Klueh at 7:58.13 for third.
Matt Grevers and Missy Franklin were the two highest-scoring swimmers at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
Tom Shields accepting his medal next to a disappointed Phelps after beating the odds and taking home the gold in the 100m fly final. He also won the 200m fly final earlier despite also not being the favorite in that event.
Michael McBroom came on strong during the third 100 to re-take the lead. He led through the final 50, but he had a tough battle with Matt McLean down the final strech. At the touch, Michael McBroom got his hand on the wall to win the race with his time of 3:47.19.