“What do you think our coach would do if we started fighting with our rival team at the end of conference meet?”
Russian team captain Evgeny Korotyshkin hopes that the situation with former teammate Arkady Vyatchanin is an exception and not the rule…
Serbia’s Biggest Swim Star Milorad Cavic Fires Warning to Arkady Vyatchanin Over Federation Misdealings
Milorad “Mike” Cavic is still Serbia’s best-known swimmer, despite being two-plus years into retirement, and so his words on the…
Based on Phelps’ heroics in Beijing, here are the top 8 names for Phelps and Bowman’s next pony.
Michael Phelps’ career world record-run is stunning. Here are 10 record races we love. In the comments, share your favorites.
Following his victory, Phelps got on top of the lane rope, pounded his chest and showed off his LZR Racer showing the world that he didn’t need a high-tech swim suit to come out on top…
With 47.23 in the 100 yard butterfly, Michael pulls within .13 of the 15-16 National Age Groud Record, a record he’ll have over two years to challenge. That one currently sits at 47.10, belonging to Michael-Phelps-nemesis Milorad Cavic.
This post was written by Olympic medalist Milorad Cavic, who represented his native Serbia when he challenged Michael Phelps in that .01 second 100 butterfly race in the 2008 Olympic Games.
George Bovell will be hosting a series of free clinics for young swimmers in his home country of Trinidad and Tobago…
HardCore Swim of the Week: Michael Andrew Breaks Two National Age Group Records in Minneapolis; Shows Off Versatility
Michael Andrew’s two National Age Group Records weren’t special just because they were records. It’s specifically because of which two events they came in.
The Serbians are seeing a changing of the guard in their swimming program, beginning with this 2013 roster. (Stock Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Among the LSC records broken was one belonging to Aaron Peirsol (pictured), the greatest backstroker of his generation. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Dylan Carter has left USA Swimming in a bit of a pickle.
Milorad “Mike” Cavic submitted his retirement papers to FINA today, ending his career at 28.
(Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)