Four-time Tennessee State Champion and Junior National Finalist Caleb Harrington commits to continue his family’s swimming legacy at the University of Georgia.
Cassidy Bayer will be one of the key names contesting the women’s 200 fly this morning at U.S. World Trials.
Jack Conger has scratched out of the 100 free on day 1 of U.S. Nationals.
Jack Conger and Tom Shields headline a group of men in the 51-low range who could become the first swimmers other than Phelps to break 51 seconds since the end of the supersuit era.
Ryan Murphy will be in action on day 3 in the men’s 200 back.
Katie Ledecky is scheduled for a 100 free/400 free back-to-back double on day 2 of the Arena Pro Swim in Atlanta.
On the men’s side, NCAA champion Kristian Gkolomeev won all 3 rounds, blazing to a 22.03 to dethrone last year’s champion Josh Schneider, who took 2nd followed by Joao De Lucca and Michael Andrew.
Katie Ledecky headlines an incredibly deep field that will be appearing at next week’s Atlanta stop of the 2017 Pro Swim Series.
Swimmers will be racing in elimination-style format, competing in prelims, semifinals, and finals of a 50 meter free within 1 hour.
Katie Ledecky will be swimming six events in Mesa, including the 200 and 400 IM and 100 free.
Michael Andrew and Seth Stubblefield tied with a 53.95 for third place in the 100 fly of night 1 of the APSS in Indy
2016 Olympic champ Penny Oleksiak leads all women’s 100 free seeds for Canada, while 2012 Olympic champ Nathan Adrian is the top men’s seed.
There was so much emotion put into every single swim, and no one saw that more than the support systems of these athletes.
Tonight could be a historic night for swimming at the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials. Both Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps could be making history tonight as they each have one final to contest.
Katie Ledecky will go for a world record tonight, and with the way she swims her longer races, it’s hard to bet against her. If anything, she’ll add another time to the all-time top 10, where she owns all 10 times.