This short film shot, edited and produced by Brittany Tarwater and narrated by Olympic Gold Medalist, Davis Tarwater, captures a unique swimming story relatable to anyone who has loved this sport.
In this video, Natalie Fahey, the first openly transgender woman to swim at the NCAA DI level, talks about her plans to transition thisB coming season while competing in men’s swimming.
GMM Predictions: I share what I think Grevers will swim in the 100m back this summer. What do you think?
At Pro Swims, it’s a no brainer that you see a lot of fast swimmers. Whether they’re on the national team, Olympic champions, NCAA stand outs, or rising stars, you’re bound to see talent if you go to one of these meets. If you’re competing in the meet as well, this can be a rare opportunity to meet and talk with your swimming idols
Auburn’s new head swimming coach Gary Taylor was formally introduced to media during a press conference on Tuesday in Auburn, where…
The Backstroke Start Wedge is FINA-compliant and can be used during training and competition as a way for swimmers to get an explosive start without slipping.
National Team Managing Director Lindsay Mintenko Speaks on Athlete, Coaches Selection Process (Video)
SwimSwam recently spoke with National Team director Lindsey Mintenko and asked her about her thoughts on these selection procedures, both old and new.
The 2018 TYR Derby Pro in Louisville has wrapped. But that doesn’t mean the fun should stop. We documented the entire weekend, which included more than you might think, and put it together in a recap video for your viewing pleasure.
Boomer Phelps is creating the ultimate #WaterPlaybook for his new little brother
Along with the TYR Pro Derby, there was also a 12 & under competition.
Watch the winners receive their cash prizes at the 2018 TYR Pro Derby.
Andrew, Fratus and Gkolomeev all stepped up big in the final, throwing down sub-22 swims in their third race in less than an hour.
Margo Geer claimed the TYR Pro Derby Title with a final round swim of 24.91.
Michael Andrew clocked in at 22.03 in round two to overtake Bruno Fratus heading into the final.
Margo Geer showed great consistency from her first to her second swim, adding just four one-hundredths to take over the top spot heading to the final.