Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas suited up in practice on Saturday. There’s an asterisk on the swim, though, as he probably was past 15 meters on the start.
Kate Douglass has swum the fastest time ever in the women’s 100 yard IM. While the race is somewhat of a novelty, it is an official NCAA event.
On September 3, 24-year-old Abby Bergman successfully completed a 27-mile swim across Santa Monica Bay, becoming only the fourth person to ever do so.
Relays get disqualified all the time, but it’s rare to see a heat where three relay teams get disqualified, especially in an NCAA championship final.
The swim for Banic, who finished her college career in the spring of 2019, is her best time in yards by half-a-second. She swam a long course best in January.
Caeleb Dressel has released the 7th installment in the “Dissect” series, analyzing three races in one with the Skins Final from the 2019 ISL American Derby.
At the 2001 World Championships in Fukoka, Japan, Australian Ian Thorpe won gold and set a new world record in the 200m freestyle.
Leukemia survivor Rikako Ikee’s tears flowed after her first swim back in 594 days. Ikee’s reaction is an emotional reminder of why we swim.
In this video, Dressel analyzes his 200 yard IM from the 2018 SEC Championships when he blew away the American Record, putting up a 1:38.13.
In his most recent “Stroke Dissect” video, Caeleb Dressel dives into his gold medal-winning 100 LCM freestyle from the 2013 World Junior Championships.
Caeleb Dressel returns to his stroke dissect series, this time analyzing his 100 LCM freestyle lead-off leg from the 2016 Rio Olympics.
It was a close race between Americans Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai.
Joseph Schooling became Singapore’s first Olympic medalist in swimming when he won the 100 fly at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Milak buried the field and Phelps’ World Record to touch in an incredible 1:50.73. Milak is now the first swimmer in history to break the 1:51 barrier.
FINA has published race video of Caeleb Dressel’s history-making 49.50 100 butterfly swim from the 2019 World Championships.