The USA Swimming Foundation has given Rowdy Gaines the Make a Splash Hero Award to recognize his ‘efforts as a…
Tonight, USA Swimming will be announcing the qualifying times for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials – and we’ll be tracking all the news right here.
USA Swimming will once again announce Olympic Trials cuts in a live webcast.
Caeleb Dressel had a motorcycle crash in late June that nearly caused him to miss U.S. Nationals.
NBC’s own Rowdy Gaines gave SwimSwam an exclusive interview on what exactly goes into a big production like US Nationals, and what his job looks like during the meet
“Rowdy” is a documentary that all swimmers, swim parents, and swim nerds ought to watch before the 2018 Phillips 66 Summer Nationals kick off in Irvine, CA next Wednesday (July 25th).
Rowdy Gaines has become the voice of the sport of swimming for most Americans, but for our community, his story goes far beyond his work with NBC.
Dressel becomes the 9th swimmer, on 10 occasions, to win the award.
A legal perspective on Olympic preparation in the United States from Joshua Bratter.
Numerous international swimmers competing in the United States — some of the biggest names in the sport — have worked with Joshua Bratter to secure immigration status and residency. He’s the go-to authority for elite swimmers and coaches who desire to come to the U.S.
This gigantic kickboard, which is 10 times the standard adult size board at 18 feet high by 11 feet wide, will serve as a larger-than-life petition for all Americans to urge Congress to add the question, “Do you know how to swim?” to the 2020 Census.
ESPN’s Hannah Storm directed the new documentary ROWDY, which premieres at the Greenwich International Film Festival June 3rd.
We’re back with swimming’s TopTenTweets!
A view of the Marguerite Aquatic Center, pre-renovations.