Yannick Agnel continues to impress on American soil after joining Bob Bowman’s North Baltimore Aquatic Club for his training.
The American sprint star pulled out a surprising 48.26 to blow away a great field here in the 100 free. For a swim in mid-January, that’s an awfully promising time for one of the many great sprinters in a crowded world field.
Louisville’s Joao de Lucca
2013 was an incredibly good year for Katie Ledecky. It looks like 2014 isn’t off to a bad start either.
Gregg Troy discusses the Texas weather, and his team’s training in December and January.
Dave Salo talks to SwimSwam’s Catherine Lee at the SMU Classic.
Eddie Sinnott, the head coach of the host team at the SMU Classic, took a few minutes to talk with Catherine Lee about the thought process behind the meet’s timing.
“We’re really pleased with our results tonight,” head swimming coach Brian Schrader said. “I know our kids were motivated to come in and race hard, and they did. I’m really impressed with our team’s effort from top to bottom.”
This video is courtesy of Bruce Wigo, President and CEO of the International Swimming Hall of Fame.
Members, young and old, of Stingray Swim Club in the Cayman Islands threw together what is sure to delight audiences everywhere with their silly antics and fully bought-‐in performances.
Check out the replay of the fan-attended Google+ Hangout with Olympians and comeback swimmers Dara Torres and Brooke Bennett.
Virginia Athletics talks with senior backstroker Charlotte Clarke.
The start is an essential part of the race, especially for the sprints. 2012 Olympic Champion Claire Donahue and Adam Brown share a reaction drill that will help you get off the blocks faster!
David Marsh, Olympic Coach and CEO of SwimMAC Carolina, explains Underwater High Elbow Catch.
Somewhere between City of God and Blue Crush Otelo Burning is a coming of age story set against the backdrop of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison.