With the in-season times Chase has been dropping in 2-fly, 2-breast, even 2-free, not the mention 200 and 400 IM, he could be the male star of U.S. World Trials.
I love the Texas Pro Team and Olympic champion Jack Conger. I know it’s not right, that I should be neutral and not a fan, but Jack’s a good guy, a workhorse, and, in college, he developed into a butterflyer, the greatest event invented in history.
Olivia won 100m backstroke at 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials (59.02), and her 50m free is within striking distance of being dangerous (PB 24.7). What will it take for her to medal individually this summer at World Championships?
Mallory Comerford captured the world’s attention at 2017 NCAA Championships tying Olympic superstar Katie Ledecky in the 200 yard free. Can Mallory find her meters gear this summer?
Ryan Murphy is a meters swimmer. Those are his words. At Atlanta Pro Swim, after dropping a 1:55 200m backstroke, he said 2017 NCAA Championships shook his confidence a bit.
Simone Manuel is on track to sweep the sprints at World Championships in Budapest. Can she do it? What do you think?
With stiff competition from Cal stars Jacob Pebley and Ryan Murphy, will Matt Grevers make the 2017 U.S. World Championship Team?
Olympic Champion Dana Vollmer isn’t backing off too much with the imminent birth of her second child. She’s focused on the 2020 Olympic Games, and she has a plan.
Swimming star Penny Oleksiak has had tough time since becoming the first Canadian to win Olympic gold since Mark Tewksbury back in 1992. Plagued by a shoulder injury, she’s measuring success one step at a time.
British swimming star James Guy came away from Rio, his debut Olympics, with two relay medals, but he wants an individual podium position, and that’s what this quad is all about.
8-time Olympic medalist Nathan Adrian shot himself out of a cannon at the Indy Pro Swim. 48.6 in the 100m free is a phenomenal swim for his first sprint since the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
At World Championships this summer, what do you think Peaty will go in the 100m breast? He’s been 57.1. Will he dip under 57 in Budapest?
Rip Esselstyn, world-famous author of the Engine 2 Diet, is a force of nature. He’s a swammer, famous for getting his Firefighter buddies – at the Engine 2 station in Austin, Texas — to tackle his cholesterol-busting whole foods, Plant-Strong diet.
2016 Olympic silver medalist, Josh Prenot, held off a tough field at the Austin Pro Swim, dropping a solid 2:11…
Coming off 4×100 relay Olympic gold last summer, Ryan Held is kicking it up a notch. His NC State teammates…