The Olympic Medal Count, by countries, matters. It is a measuring stick of success, a reflection of a nation’s swimming governance, health and performance.
Townley Haas could become “Boss Haas” at U.S. Olympic Trials. Coming off of his stunning NCAA Championship performance, how will he swim in Omaha?
Jack Conger’s been growing a fan-base since high school. Now he’s in the sweet-spot, 21 years old, ready to breakout in Omaha. What are your Conger predictions for the 2016 US Olympic Trials?
Will Licon has momentum coming off the 2016 NCAA Championships where he won 200 IM, 200 breaststroke and picked up silver in the 400 IM. How will he perform at U.S. Olympic Trials?
Matt Grevers has stiff competition in Omaha. Who are your picks to make the U.S. Olympic Team in the men’s 100m backstroke?
What are your Michael Phelps predictions for US Olympic Trials and the Olympic Games?
Everyone loves Reece Whitley, Team USA’s fastest rising talent in breaststroke.
Will Natalie Coughlin make the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team?
Can Joseph Schooling win Olympic gold in Rio?
Vollmer, 100 butterfly defending Olympic Champion, appears better than ever after clocking 56.9 in Mesa, her best in-season swim ever.
Predicting Michael Phelps’ 200 free future isn’t easy, but we can try…
Olympic champion Katie Ledecky dominates the men, USA National Team men, in swim practice. I think we all suspected this at the club level, but not among elites. That’s brutal, and so awesome.
How hard will Chad le Clos and Joseph Schooling challenge Michael Phelps in Rio? What swimmers will edge these stars to get on the podium?
Since Missy Franklin’s stunning performance at the 2013 World Championships where she pulled down six gold medals, she has had moments of greatest and her fair share of challenges.
Nathan Adrian, the 100 freestyle Olympic Games defending champion, stays in his own lane on the Road to Rio.