Olympic champion Ryan Lochte will return to Gainesville on his comeback trail.
Well into his 30s, can Lochte make a serious run at the elite level this quad? After his Rio appearance and after the birth of his son, Caiden, Lochte says he has a new fire burning.
The World Championships came to a close earlier this month and it always takes a week or two to reflect back and absorb some of the great performances that we witnessed, along with the event’s overall impact on the sport and the global sporting landscape.
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Ryan Lochte’s next fiercest competitor may be closer to home.
Grand bassin du Stadio del Nuoto, la piscine du traditionnel Trophée des Sept Collines et du mondial de Rome 2009….
Arizona’s Brad Tandy cracked the 22-second barrier to win the 50 free on night 5.
American Chase Kalisz rocked two individual event wins in Rome, but Team Energy Standard holds the overall point lead halfway through the unique Energy For Swim! meet.
Ryan Lochte is back in action, and he’s all TYR Sport. See the TYR Athlete photo vault featuring the 12-time Olympic medalist.
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Sarah Sjostrom had a remarkable World Championships in Budapest. She broke the World Records in the 50m and 100m freestyles, winning gold and silver in the individual events.
The final night of the 2017 U.S. Open saw some great times in both sprint and distance freestyle events.
For South African Brad Tandy, who was cost a trip to the World Championships by visa issues, Sunday’s 50 free will be his proving ground for the year.
In his post-Rio USA Swimming meet debut, U.S. Olympian Ryan Lochte swam to a gold medal and a Championship Record with his 1:59.2 in the 200 IM at the 2017 U.S. Open.
Lochte increased his lead over the final 50 meters and touched in a new U.S. Open meet record of 1:59.24, taking 2/100 off Michael Phelps’ 2006 meet mark