It’s been a fast and fun Saturday night in SoCal at the University of Southern California for the USA Swimming…
The top stars from the USA National Team and the Pac-12 Conference square off tonight and tomorrow in the 25 yard pool at the 2017 USA College Challenge.
Pac-12 Networks this weekend will provide live coverage of the second edition of the USA College Challenge, a two-day dual meet as members of the USA Swimming National Team square off against swimming stars from the Pac-12 at USC’s Uytengsy Aquatics Center.
University of California San Diego swimming and diving head coach David Marsh has been tasked with leading the men and women of Team USA up against the Pacific-12 Conference All-Stars during this weekend’s USA College Challenge at the University of Southern California.
Katie Ledecky is among the Pac-12 All Stars who will face off with team USA in Los Angeles from October 21st-22nd.
Rafael Domeyko is hitting the road this NCAA swimming season to photograph school’s around the country. In his second stop of “Rafael On The Road” series is Cal Berkley.
Josh Prenot dishes on his World Trials disappointment, his plans for next year, and what’s it like to be a professional swimmer.
USA Swimming released a video on Friday featuring National Junior Team members.
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Team Energy Standard topped the podium overall at the inaugural Energy For Swim! event in Rome, despite a 4:04 400 free from American Leah Smith.
Russia’s 17-year-old Kliment Kolesnikov lowers his own 100m backstroke World Junior Record in Rome at the Energy for Swim!
“I like this type of competition because it is for charity, for children, says Federica Pellegirni of the uniquely-formatted Energy for Swim!
The uniquely formatted Energy For Swim! event kicks off on Tuesday, August 8th in Rome.
The American team saw incredible improvement at the 2017 World Championships compared to their disastrous 2015.
Dressel was once again just .04 shy of the fastest ever, which stands at a 49.72 split done by Michael Phelps in 2009.