Titmus leads this season’s 400 free world rankings by 2.3 seconds over Ledecky. In SwimSwam’s Pick’ems contest, 51% predict Titmus will win and 48% Ledecky.
The U.S. Olympic Swim Team has arrived in Tokyo after spending about a week and a half at training camp in Hawaii getting ready.
Individual D1 NCAA swimming champs Maggie MacNeil, Paige Madden, Sophie Hansson, Brooke Forde & Nick Albiero were among those named to All-District teams.
Voters overwhelmingly agree: #2 overall pick Ryan Hoffer was the best value of the first-ever ISL Draft, far outpacing #1 pick Arno Kamminga.
The International Swimming League (ISL) is holding its first-ever swimmer draft – and we’re covering every second of it.
Follow this live-updating page of all the swimmers retained by each International Swimming League franchise as the draft begins today.
Kate Douglass, Erika Brown, Patrick Callan, Natalie Hinds, Rhyan White, and Bryce Mefford came back for redemption in 2021, improving upon their 2016 swims.
No matter how you look at it, UVA swimmers were on a roll at the 2021 Olympic Trials as 4 athletes that train in Charlottesville made the US Olympic team
Linnea Mack did not break 54.00 in the Olympic Trials final last week, but both of her 100 meter free times today would have made the U.S. Olympic team.
Here is a complete list of each U.S. Olympic swimming athlete’s Instagram and Twitter usernames. Follow along as they prepare for Tokyo.
Paige Madden (above) is part of an unusually-large group of swimmers to make the Olympic Team in spite of not racing at the previous Pan Pacs.
With the completion of wave II of the US Olympic Trials meet, the US Olympic Swimming Team for Tokyo is now finalized featuring 26 women and 23 men.
Night 6 of the US Olympic Trials was filled with emotion and electricity. Here are the top shots from the riveting night of crowning new Tokyo Olympians.
This morning: three events: 800 free, 100 fly, 200 back. Three reigning World Champs & world record-holders: Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, and Regan Smith.
With sprinters Abbey Weitzeil and Olivia Smoliga stepping up, Simone Manuel needs to drop at least a second to defend her Olympic gold in Tokyo.