Mr. Phelps is going to be a key leg for the Americans come August.
Will Ryan race 400 IM in Omaha…or at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio? If so, how fast will he go?
Proven to be a weapon of competition destruction across a myriad of events, 21-year-old Kosuke Hagino has zeroed in on 3, possibly 4 events to contest at the Japanese National Championships (Trials), slated for April 3rd through April 10th.
Does Michael Phelps sound more and more like a swim coach? Listen to his feedback to Ryan Lochte about the 400 IM.
#10 GAME DAY!!!! #Dab #Dabbin #LookAtMyDab #SuperBowl50 @Panthers pic.twitter.com/KDvJOIjyH6 — Roy Burch (@Roy_Burch) February 7, 2016 Superbowl Dab. #9 Is…
Sierra Schmidt took her dancing to a whole new level this week.
Like Lochte’s chances in the 400m IM in Omaha? So do we.
It was Phelps who got to the wall first, though not with a finish that we are used to seeing… from anyone.
In Austin, SwimMAC elite was having a ball, throwing down very formidable times in events that we haven’t seen many of them swim often
Phelps got to the wall first, going 1:58.00. Lochte, swimming in an outside lane, was 1:58.43 to take silver.
Check out the action from the final day of competition at the Austin Arena Pro Swim Series.
Michael Phelps continued his run toward his fourth-consecutive Olympic gold in the 200 IM with a win tonight on the final day of the 2016 Austin Pro Series.
Katinka Hosszu and Sarah Sjostrom made big pushes, but Katie Ledecky and Nathan Adrian (pictured) still lead the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series points after the Austin stop.
Final day of the Arena Pro Series Swim at Austin, prelims recap.