Ryan Lochte is 35 years old, and he won the 200 IM at U.S. Nationals. Will Ryan make the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team in the 200 IM?
Three-time 2016 Olympic Champion Ryan Murphy says he’s training better than ever, including the lead up to the 2016 Olympic Games.
In the 400 free and up Katie Ledecky is essentially untouchable. The 200 freestyle, however, isn’t a sure bet. Can she reclaim her 200 Free World Title?
2019 World Championship Predictions: I think Katinka wins 200 IM in 2:06.4. Generally speaking, she defends her 2017 title in the 200 and 400 IM.
200 and 400 IM defending World Champion, Chase Kalisz, is more than prepared for 2019 World Champs. How fast will he swim in Korea?
Sjostrom’s training day? She’s a pro. She triples. Sjostrom is swimming fast. How fast will she swim at the 2019 World Championships in Korea?
Simone’s already an Olympic icon, but I see her star continuing to rise this year and in 2020. How fast do you think she will swim at World Championships?
King’s star continues to rise after great swims at the Bloomington Pro Swim and FINA Champions Series Indy. How fast will she swim at World Championships?
The swimming community was shocked to learn Adrian had been diagnosed with cancer. After 2 surgeries he’s back with his eyes set on World Champs.
Michael Andrew has been experimenting with the Ketogenic Diet. Eliminating carbs from your diet sounds brutal, but Michael does do things differently.
Katie Ledecky’s doing the hard work for the 2019 World Championships. How fast will she swim the 400m free this summer?
If Dressel hits his taper, he’ll be a valuable asset on the 800 free relay, inching Team USA toward reclaiming gold in that event at World Championships.
Harvard’s Dean Farris had the meet every SwimSwam commenter has dreamed about at the NCAA Championships. So, how fast will he swim this summer?
Olympic champion Lilly King, is finally a pro, ending her collegiate career in by leading the Indiana women to their first B1G Team Title since 2011.
IU under coach Ray Looze has evolved. It is becoming the place for post grads–a pro training destination. How will the IU pro group impact the Olympic Team?