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.
After Caeleb Dressel’s 18.23 50 yard free U.S. Open and American Record at the 2016 SEC Championships you have to ask yourself, can he dip under 18 seconds?
How fast do you think Katinka Hosszu will swim the 400 IM at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio?
How fast do you think Katie Ledecky will swim the 800 meter free at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha?
Will Ryan race 400 IM in Omaha…or at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio? If so, how fast will he go?
Does Michael Phelps sound more and more like a swim coach? Listen to his feedback to Ryan Lochte about the 400 IM.
Michael Phelps sports a massive beard, and he opens up about his raw feature in Sports Illustrated Magazine.
Thanks to SwimSwam reporter Katrina Radke for capturing video interviews used in this report. Ryan Lochte, 11-time Olympic medalist, reacts…
Coach Bob Bowman has become more and more fun in the media zone. He’s honest, doesn’t sugarcoat, and he’s funny too! See Bowman’s 2016 Michael Phelps insights in this GMM episode.
The Eddie Reese Invite revealed some monstrous speed. Clark Smith was the star of the day in the 2000 free. Watch him split 8:52 at the 1000, and 14:39 at the 1650 on his way to a 17:44 at the finish.