Predictions: “I’m bullish on Lochte’s making the Olympic Team. Lochte has 200 IM mastery. But who cares what I think? What do you think?”
Distance icon Katie Ledecky swam fast at the San Antonio Pro Swim. Now that we’ve seen her in action, how fast will she swim at U.S. Olympic Trials?
Olympic Champion Lilly King crushed her competition over ISL’s second season. How fast will she swim at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials?
Shaine Casas is the swimmer to watch. His star is rising fast! Can this Texas A&M standout make the 2021 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team?
World champion Regan Smith came off of brutal winter training to win the 100 back, 100m fly, and 200 fly at the San Antonio Pro Swim.
Cullen has enjoyed many highs and some tough lows. In this interview Cullen shares how Coach Bob Bowman, David Marsh and his own mother called him out…
A Franklin report about her shoulder problems nearly broke SwimSwam with a deluge of traffic. Franklin shares the story behind the report and more.
“If there was an 800 IM at the Olympics, I would be swimming it,” Ryan Lochte said, providing real insight into his training ahead of 2021.
Olympic champion Kathleen Baker dives deep in this GMM takeover of the SwimSwam podcast, taking us back to her first 11-12 NAG record.
Dressel drops in on this GMM takeover of the podcast in the middle of the pandemic. He’s fit, training well, and more of a swim nerd than we fully realized.
12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin is raw, real, and funny in this SwimSwam Podcast. She shares a lot, and she roasts me in the process.
Regan Smith opens up about her decision to take a gap year from Standford, and she puts on her swim nerd cap breaking down her recent intrasquad meet swims.
12-time Olympic medalist Dara Torres has more swimming experience than any swimmer on the planet, competing in Olympic Games from 1984 to 2008.
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In this GMM takeover of the SwimSwam PC Olympic Champion Ryan Murphy doesn’t hold back. Murph covers Bolles, backstroke legends, and his Cornhole adventures.
Today on the SwimSwam Podcast we host the first black woman to break an American and world record and make the U.S. Olympic Team, Maritza (Correia) McClendon.