Mike Alexandrov talks easy speed

Mike Alexandrov reminded US swim fans that he’ll be in the mix for a spot on the World Championship Team. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/

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Annie Chandler Grevers and Nala

The newly married Annie Grevers shows off the Mesa Grand Prix Mascot, Nala.

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No one swam more this weekend than Katinka Hosszu

Katinka Hosszu from the Mesa Grand Prix. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/

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Age Group Swammie winner Maxime Rooney

Maxime Rooney of the Pleasanton Seahawks catches up with Garrett McCaffrey at the Mesa Grand Prix.

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The Depew 1-2

In 2010, Chris Depew finished 2nd at D3 NCAAs in the 200 IM. When his brother Jeff joined him the next season at the University of Redlands the goal was a 1-2 Depew finish at NCAAs in that 200 IM.

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Catching up with Open Water Swimming Olympic Medalist Haley Anderson

Haley Anderson flashes a smile before the finals at the 2012 Speedo Grand Challenge Meet in Irvine, CA. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography

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How to Make a Massive Swim Cap

If, for any reason, you have not made a massive swim cap, it is time to get started. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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2013 Coach of the Year, Mike Bottom

In only 5 years as the head coach at Michigan, Mike Bottom has made the Wolverines into the best men’s team in the country. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/


Night 3 Recap, Top 5 from Finals

3 NCAA records, 4 guys under 1:40 in the 2 back and an epic mile from a leader of the National Championship team. Epic final night.

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Tom Shields’ collegiate legacy is intertwined with the sustainable success of the Cal Bears

2 firsts and 2 seconds for Cal in Tom Shields’ 4 years with the Golden Bears. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/


200 Back Champ Drew Teduits and his coach’s lucky mullet

Wisconsin head coach, Whitney Hite’s hair could be the secret behind the first Badger title in over 50 years. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/

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Vlad Morozov rips the fastest 100 freestyle ever

Vlad Morozov after his epic :40.76 on night number 3 of the Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/

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Connor Jaeger kicks off the session for the Champs!

Like his victory in the 500, Connor Jaeger looked in control most of the way en route to his 2nd title of the weekend in the 1650. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/

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