Katie Ledecky has been named Sportswoman of the Year for 2017 by the Women’s Sports Federation. She becomes the fifth swimmer to win the award since 1993.
12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin’s alma mater, Carondelet High School, is naming its new aquatics center after the 2000 graduate.
Nathan’s top three “Bridge exercises” are the Weighted Pull Up, the Hex Bar Dead Lift and the Disc Freestyle Slide.
Sarah Sjostrom had a remarkable World Championships in Budapest. She broke the World Records in the 50m and 100m freestyles, winning gold and silver in the individual events.
Head coach Greg Meehan led the United States women to their most successful World Championships in history, with 20 total medals, 9 of them gold.
Now that the World Championships in Budapest have come to a close, let’s take a look back at the numbers and see what’s interesting.
Chase Kalisz is proving he’s able to step into the footsteps of Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM.
Baker popped a 27.48, much faster than her 27.94 from prelims.
With her third consecutive 1500 free title, Katie Ledecky has passed Missy Franklin for the most gold medals in long course World Championships history, holding a dozen world titles in as many appearances.
Katie Ledecky has tied Missy Franklin for the most long course World Championships in history.
Kylie Masse and Kathleen Baker have had a meteoric rise to the top of the women’s 100 back over the last few years.
Colombian Isabella Arcila posed for ESPN Latin America’s version of ‘The Body Issue’.
Chase Kalisz will contest his best event tonight, the 400 IM, and look to add his name to the U.S. World Championship roster.
Stevens has now secured her spot on the 2017 World Championships roster, and will look to qualify in another event later in the meet, as she’s one of the favorites to win the 100 meter back.