The men’s 200 fly shapes up to be a three-man race at the front for two World Championship spots.
As championship meet season approaches, we’ve decided our next few videos will highlight various aspects of a championship meet environment.
Five storylines, all the links you need for the upcoming U.S. National Championships in Indianapolis.
Jay Litherland has added the 200 & 400 freestyles to his US Nationals lineup, along with the 200 & 400 IM.
Jimmy Feigen is entered in the 50 and 100 free at U.S. Nationals, a surprise considering we haven’t seen him compete since Rio.
June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).
Becca Meyers (above) won the 2015 ESPY Award for Best Female Athlete With a Disability.
Check out the swimmers among this year’s ESPY nominees…hint, one is known as the GOAT.
Chase Kalisz has swum incredibly well this season, and his world leading 4:09.43 puts him in the driver seat at World Trials.
Philip Heintz set a new German record in the 200m IM (LC) in 1:55,76 on Thursday at the German National…
Eine Weltklasseleistung lieferte Philip Heintz mit seinen beiden deutschen Rekorden über die 200 m Lagen ab: Er ist nun der…
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Fans of the GOAT will be treated by two appearances during this summer’s Shark Week on the Discovery network.
As you no doubt have heard and internalized, the International Olympic Committee signed off this week on a proposal to…
While he does support the women’s 1500, an event in which men have been able to swim for more than a century at the Olympics, adding new events “takes away from the sport.”