Michael Andrew has become a famous swimmer before making his first USA National A Team. Breaking over 76 U.S. National Age Group records helped, but it was his decision to turn pro at 14 that captured global headlines.
Nathan Adrian 2015 World Championships predictions for the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Reece Whitley is the future of breaststroke for Team USA.
Who will win the men’s 4×100 free relay at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio? See predictions here…
Will Michael Phelps end his Olympic Career with 27 Medals? Gold Medal Minute Presented by SwimOutlet.com
Michael Phelps appears to be pondering adding 200 butterfly to his event schedule. In terms of his Olympic medal count, this is potentially a positive sign.
More bold predictions from Gold Medal Mel, but what do you think Ryan Lochte will do at 2015 World Championships?
Want to play the Phelps prediction game? We know he’s “not” training for the 400 IM. That should help his speed, and we know he “will be” training more 200 fly, but only for his 100 fly stroke, stroke-count and feel. These are all positive signs.
Back in the day, NCAA Champions often went on to win Olympic medals, or at the very least, make the…
Missy Franklin lead the Cal Golden Bears to an NCAA Team Title in March ending her two-year college swimming experience….
Sutton was a world class swimmer for nearly a decade. She made her first Olympic Team when she was only 16 years old.
Michael Andrew tests South African Swimming for 3 Months: Gold Medal Minute presented by SwimOutlet.com
Michael Andrew is spending three months in South Africa, competing and visiting his extended family.
Matt Grevers dropped a 53.2 in the 100m backstroke at the Arena Pro Swim Series Austin, but it was his…
Anthony Ervin is taking the 2014 Short Course World Championships off to drill-down on his book, Chasing the Water Dragon. The highly anticipated memoir is expected to hit book shelves in the spring of 2016.
In this 2000 free for time, you want to see McBroom’s 1000 and 1650 splits. Considering this is a practice test swim, you’re going to be blown away.
Watch Jack Conger go 2:38 in the 300 yard backstroke–in practice. This is just one part of a UT Swimming Speed Set, aka The Eddie Reese Invite.