Katie Ledecky is among 18 athletes nominated by the Amateur Athletic Union for its 2022 James E. Sullivan Award honoring the nation’s top amateur athlete.
SwimSwam got the chance to observe the Cal women welcome its alumni back to Speiker Aquatic Center in Berkeley, California last weekend
Three-time Olympian Natalie Coughlin is one of five 10-Year Athletes on the board of 15 members, having served in that role since 2018.
Stanford Athletics celebrated Title IX’s 50th anniversary by inducting its first all-female Hall of Fame class, including 2008 Olympic swimmer Elaine Breeden.
In recent years, the Australians would’ve been capable of swimming a time nearly three seconds under the existing world record in the mixed 400 free relay.
Phelps, Coughlin and the 1976 women’s 400 free relay were among the inductees into the USOPC Hall of Fame, Class of 2022 on Friday.
in this article, SwimSwam recognizes the best overall, breakout, relay, and junior female swimmers from this year’s world championship meet.
Ten-time Olympic medalist Katie Ledecky (pictured) has been nominated for both the Best Women’s Athlete and Best Women’s Olympian awards.
Ledecky obliterated the field in this event at the 2022 World Championships, putting up a time of 8:08.04 to win by 10.73 seconds.
Con 21 medaglie d’oro vinte finora, Katie Ledecky è diventata la donna ad aver vinto di più nella storia dei Campionati Mondiali in lunga
Katie Ledecky passed Natalie Coughlin to become the winningest female swimmer in the history of the World Aquatics Championships on Wednesday.
Regan Smith won Gold in the women’s 100 back tonight in Budapest, swimming a 58.22, while fellow American Claire Curzan grabbed Bronze in 58.67.
The class includes Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time, along with 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin and Para swimmer Trischa Zorn-Hudson.
Chase Kalisz and Katie Ledecky were selected to compete at their fifth World Championships later this summer, joining 13 Americans on an exclusive list.
Michael Phelps with his 28 Olympic medals is a sure-fire first ballot Hall-of-Famer. But which of the other 6 aquatic nominees might join him?