Former NCAA star Molly Hannis took down a meet record and moved to 4th in the world rankings in the 100 breast on the final day of the Geneva International Challenge.
Katie Ledecky’s rise in one specific event could have far-reaching impacts on Team USA’s lineup for Rio and beyond.
Michael Phelps is set to take on a couple of long-time domestic rivals at the star-studded Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin beginning Friday morning.
Katie Ledecky and Missy Franklin will likely be the female stars of the Trials. They will also clash in the 200 free.
Soon after their viral “airport training” video, the swimming videographers at Louisville are at it again, this time documenting their winter training trip to Sarasota, Florida.
And why the Americans will be the best in Rio too.
Matt Grevers earned ‘Male Swimmer of the Meet’ at the 2015 Duel in the Pool, primarily due to his new World Record-setting 100m backstroke on Day 2 of the event.
Captured and edited by Mitch Bowmile Reported by Loretta Race WOMEN’S 100 FREE Setting the water on fire at her…
Big man Matt Grevers surged in the final leg of his 200 backstroke during yesterday’s finals for Team USA. Today, he’ll take on the field in the 100 backstroke, as the U.S. will try to maintain its lead over the Euro All Stars.
2015 DUEL IN THE POOL Friday, December 11th at 7pm Eastern; Saturday, December 12th at 2pm Eastern European Roster American…
Katie Ledecky blew up her home club invite Friday night, putting up a 1:41.04 in the 200 yard freestyle that moves her to #3 all-time in the event.
3) An Unshaven Kelsi Worrell Breaks An American and World Record!
Simone Manuel, Cody Miller, Kelsi Worrell, Tom Shields, and the men’s medley relay all lowered American records on the first day of the 2015 Duel In the Pool.
The team of Courtney Bartholomew, Katie Meili, Kelsi Worrell, and Simone Manuel combined to win the 400 medley relay and break the world record.