Posegay was Bob Bowman’s assistant coach at North Baltimore, which included working with the likes of Michael Phelps, Yannick Agnel, Conor Dwyer, and more
Caeleb Dressel returns to his stroke dissect series, this time analyzing his 100 LCM freestyle lead-off leg from the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Malchow shares his experiences on international stages, including dealing with the pressure of his very first Olympic Games.
Remember the name of Josif Miladinov, the 17-year-old Bulgarian flyer who is already faster than Ian Crocker, Luca Urlando and more.
On August 11, 2008, Lezak defied the odds to produce the fastest 100 freestyle split of all-time to run down France and win gold in the men’s 400 free relay.
It was a close race between Americans Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai.
Joseph Schooling became Singapore’s first Olympic medalist in swimming when he won the 100 fly at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Cal star Reece Whitley graces the cover of SwimSwam Magazine’s 2020-21 College Preview issue. Inside we rank the top-50 NCAA swimmers and the top-20 teams.
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Simone Manuel, Cate Campbell and Sarah Sjostrom had yet another showdown in the women’s 100 freestyle on Day 6 of the parallel universe 2020 Games.
American Olympic icon Michael Phelps was a special guest on NBC News’ TODAY, shining a light on his new documentary entitled The Weight of Gold.
‘The Weight of Gold’, a documentary chronicling the mental heath struggles of Olympians narrated by Michael Phelps, debuts Wednesday on HBO
“Japanese swimmers are beginning to realize that if they make a true effort to improve, we all can overcome this stereotype,” says Katsumi Nakamura.
Kristof Milak and Katinka Hosszu both continued to show their dominance in the men’s 200 fly and women’s 200 IM, respectively, on Day 4 in Tokyo.
Hungarian 17-year-old Hubert Kos is the latest junior swimmer to hit massive time drops as the sport begins to return from a coronavirus stoppage.
Some of the sport’s biggest stars —Katie Ledecky, Adam Peaty, Sarah Sjostrom and Caeleb Dressel, show up in a big way on day two in Tokyo.