Carly Sebring (14), Camille Spink (14), Eleanor Sun (14), and Erin Gemmell (14) combined to break the 13-14 NAG in the 400 free relay.
SwimSwam sat down with the two sisters to get a sense of how their relationship affects their performances in the pool.
This 196 page issue will be the biggest of the year, and it is over one pound. Inside we feature Olympic Champion and world record holder Kathleen Baker, USRPT king Michael Andrew, and the top college coaches moving from assistant positions to helming large DI programs.
After nearly losing his U.S. Open record this morning, Michael Andrew was determined to win the 50 breast against Brazilian veteran Felipe Lima. However, it was Lima who threw out fast closing strokes to take out Andrew by 0.04 seconds.
Steele Johnson, an Olympic silver medalist and 5-time NCAA diving champion from Purdue University, has announced he will forgo his final year of NCAA eligibility to turn pro.
All you need is a winning mindset. At the forefront of their mental game? Securing the bag.
After the 2016 Olympic Trials, though he didn’t want to give swimming up, Malone didn’t have the funds to keep swimming, and took his sub-optimal performances at trials as a sign that it was time to move on.
For Caeleb Dressel, there’s dryland and there’s weight training. 2 Completely different things, both vital to getting stronger, faster, and more powerful.
Carmel has always been a swimming powerhouse around Indiana, but this year, they seemed even more dominant the ever. Their most recent state performance left onlookers asking themselves the same question. How is Carmel so fast, every year?
After 5 and a half years of training with Teri McKeever at Cal, Farida Osman of Egypt decided she needed a change and moved across the country to Blacksburg, Virginia to train under Sergio Lopez at Virginia Tech
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games now just 500 days away, the Organizing Committee has revealed the official sport pictograms of the world’s biggest international sporting competition.
Being a professional athlete means professionally recovering in between sessions at a swim meet. Olivia Smoliga and Natalie Hinds’ solution? ASMR Videos
After staying in Michigan to finish her masters and train, Ali DeLoof has made the move out to the Team Elite pro group in San Diego to focus full time on swimming. What has the transition been like?
Allison Schmitt took this race out fast and kept it that way, holding off Melanie Margalis for the win with the 3rd-fastest time in the world this year. Margalis’ time is now #5 in the world this year.
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