We dive deep into the men’s 200 IM, men’s 100 free, women’s 100 fly and who we think may surprise us coming into Omaha at Wave II
We sat down with Olympic Icon Maya DiRado to discuss how much of a roller coaster the lead-up to both the Olympic Trials and Olympic Games can be
Caeleb Dressel is flesh and bone, battling nervousness like everyone else. He shares insights into his 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials experience.
You may have noticed Abi and her styling kicks on deck. In this podcast, Abi talks about her shoe collection and how it’s become a coaching tool.
Tristan DeWitt was in control of this race for the majority of its duration, only losing the lead on the backstroke lap.
In the first and only 9-person A final of the meet, SPA’s Kate McCarville battled home on freestyle to overtake Ella Bathurst, roaring to a new lifetime best
BATS’ Jack Armstrong posted a lifetime best in a super tight finish, advancing on to the Wave II meet in his last individual event of the meet
Missy Cundiff expressed that she had few expectations coming into the meet, and certainly didn’t see herself jumping 45 spots in the psych sheet
Michael Chadwick and Jacob Pebley are champions in the pool and on the stool thanks to a partnership with Squatty Potty…
Kristin Cornish made the most out of the opportunity, getting on her pace early, and doing the best job of anyone in the field at holding her pace
Today marks the launch of the International Swimmers’ Alliance (ISA), an independent organization established by athletes, for athletes
Winner Joshua Brown did an excellent job of swimming his race as he negative split his swim, posting a 7:48.49 on the first 750m, and coming home in 7:47.55
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