Michael Chadwick, Lia Neal, David Marsh, & More Workshop Kendyl Stewart’s Start

During my filming with Team Elite, Kendyl Stewart was working on her start… let me rephrase that. Most of Team Elite was working on Kendyl Stewart’s start.

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Lia Neal explains how Hiccup Years lead to Rejuvenation (Video)

Neal thinks these “dip” years where she doesn’t necessarily make the “highest” level of international meet are good for her.


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Will Ledecky Reclaim her 200 Free World Title? GMM presented by

In the 400 free and up Katie Ledecky is essentially untouchable. The 200 freestyle, however, isn’t a sure bet. Can she reclaim her 200 Free World Title?


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Practice + Pancakes: Morozov, Balandin, Hansson (and More) Worlds Taper at USC

I ended up at the University of Southern California, catching the end of a taper practice with some of their postgrads who were gearing up for World Champs

Michael Chadwick explains Process for 2 Meet Taper (Video)

Whatever Chadwick is doing seems to be working, as he went an unofficial best time in the 50 free (21.7) at training camp on Monday. 

Michael Andrew Explains Mindset, Preparation Heading into World Champs (Video)

Before he left for training camp in Singapore, Michael Andrew sat down to fill us in on how he’s feeling headed into the 2019 World Champs

Aussie Star Emma McKeon: I’ve Gotten A Lot Stronger (Video)

A key mover and shaker slated to race for Australia is Olympic medalist Emma McKeon, the 25-year-old versatile star taking on the 1fly, 1free and 2free.

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Will Licon Breaks 10-Year Old Texas Swim Center Pool Record in 200 Breast

Texas Ex Will Licon broke a decade-old Pool Record in Austin on Friday by over a second in the men’s 200 meter breaststroke final.

Drew Kibler Tries Texas Distance Lane, Starts Month-Long Taper Now (Video)

A big swim came in the men’s 100 free, where Drew Kibler (49.45) won the race just ahead of Texas teammate Daniel Krueger (49.63).

How To Watch The 2019 FINA World Championships

The 2019 FINA World Championships kick off today, expanded to a whopping seven disciplines over 17 days. Here’s how you can follow all of it:

After In-Season 1:57 2Back, Casas Expecting “Big Things” at Nationals (Video)

Casas blew past his old personal best of 1:58.65, clocking a 1:57.34, going out in a speedy 26.91, then very consistent splits of 30.21, 30.02, and 30.20

Behind the Scenes at Team USA Worlds Training Camp with Michael Andrew

While the American swimming team for the 2019 World Championships is preparing for a public training session on Saturday in…

Jacco, Bronte, and Wilson Speak from Australian Camp in Nagaoka

Jacco Verhaeren spoke with the media from Japan before the 2019 World Championships, which are expected to be his last in charge of the Australian team.

Aussie Coach Chris Mooney Mic’d Up: “Don’t Be Average”

Chris Mooney (right) is mic’d up while training Leah Neale and Kaylee McKeown, 2 Australian women primed to make some noise in Gwangju.

James Magnussen: Confidence Versus Arrogance

28-year-old James Magnussen of Australia relives his 2011 World Championships title in the men’s 100m freestyle, an event he won again in 2013.

Practice + Pancakes: Team Elite Starts Taper for World Champs, Pan Ams

With World Championships and Pan American Games both on the horizon, that means one thing for elite athletes: taper time.

Can Chase Kalisz Defend His World Champ Titles? GMM presented by

200 and 400 IM defending World Champion, Chase Kalisz, is more than prepared for 2019 World Champs. How fast will he swim in Korea?

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