Gregg Troy, Mike Bottom and Teri McKeever are among the current and former college swim coaches to be selected to the CSCAA Centennial Blue Ribbon Panel.
If you’re into more than just the numbers, here’s a narrative-style rundown of the most electric moments of the Tokyo Olympic Games as they happened.
Beisel gave us the FULL rundown of what life is like for the broadcasting team at the Olympic Trials and the Olympic Games
With the departure of Beekman from the Athletic Director role, Michigan State will be hiring its 3rd A.D. in the last 3.5 years this fall.
After considering retirement and waiting tables in 2020, Bowe Becker propelled the Americans to gold in the men’s 400 free relay at the Olympic Games.
Fans, coaches, swimmers, and parents shared their thoughts on social media on Day 1 of swimming at the 2020 Olympics.
Phelps will serve as a primetime correspondent in Tokyo and will also join Dan Hicks and Rowdy Gaines in the booth for select swimming competition.
NBCUniversal ha annunciato una copertura da record per le prossime Olimpiadi di Tokyo. 7000 ore di trasmissione e 178 cronisti
The NBC commentating crew also holds a huge number of former Olympians, who have combined to win 76 Olympic medals, 41 of which were Gold.
The last night of the US Olympic Trials was filled with emotion and electricity. Here are the top shots from the great night of completing Team USA for Tokyo
Michael Phelps spettare speciale ai Trials USA ha dichiarato che si diverte a non essere in ansia, ma non gli dispiacerebbe un tuffo in acqua
Mike Tirico will be joining Rowdy Gaines as a play-by-play announcer for Wave II of the US Olympic Trials, which begin on Sunday, June 13.
Michael Phelps will appear in the documentary centered around the relay that helped keep his bid for the most Olympic gold medals in one year alive.
Katie Ledecky leads the charge of elite women set to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
NBC’s Voice of Swimming, Rowdy Gaines, has the dream job. Who wouldn’t want a front-row-center seat at the Olympics? But what’s it really like?