At 39 years of age, Kohei Kawamoto has epitomized the longevity that’s possible within swimming, holding a combination of 14 Asian and Japanese records throughout his career.
23-year-old Dmitriy Balandin of Kazakhstan may retire after these 2018 Asian Games.
Two-time British Olympian Andrew Willis has called time on his lengthy swimming career.
On the eve of the Open Water Swimming Grand Prix in Cozumel, Mexico, the most-decorated German distance swimmer of all time has announced his retirement.
2012 Olympic gold medalist Alicia Coutts was perhaps the biggest name left off of Australia’s roster for this summer’s World Championships, and the future of her swimming career could now be in doubt.
Pellegrini’s 1:52.98 in the 200 meter freestyle from 2009 still stands as the world mark today.
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American Jason Lezak, who is nothing short of a swimming-hero, has made his retirement official at 37-years old. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Davis Tarwater? Here? With…us? We couldn’t believe it either! Come read how badly we muck it up, you’ll hate it!
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Aaron Peirsol? On our column? I know, it seems too good to be true. But it is!
Hayden decides it’s time