The Michigan women were in the water at 6:30am, and after a light warm up got right into some power stations
After getting pancakes in Berkeley with the Cal men, we couldn’t resist heading down to Palo Alto and seeing what the Stanford men were up to.
Greg Meehan’s Stanford women’s team has become a dynasty. In 2016-2017 and 2017-2018, the Stanford women were seemingly unbeatable
In the pool, new assistant Chase Kreitler led the sprint and mid groups through a resistance set of 25’s
Ledecky announced via social media that she would be gracing the cover of the July issue of National Geographic, which hits newsstands June 26th
It’s the heart of long course season. Teams are training hard and loading up on their swimmers. What better time to go and see what the 4-time reigning NCAA champs are up to?
Chase Kalisz extended his unbeaten medley streak, leading the entire way to clock a time of 4:11.62.
Ledecky met with the press this morning in Santa Clara to discuss her decision to sign TYR and break down her new life as a professional
California has always had a lore to outsiders. But what is living there on a daily basis really like?
When we visited Phoenix Swim Club for Practice + Pancakes, we were lucky enough to see their dryland routine in action, which was a little bit different than what most teams do once out of the pool.
Watch as the world’s top cliff divers share a champagne toast on the podium to celebrate victories in the first stop of the 2018 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series
The 4 girls leading lanes (for most of the set) placed 1,2,4, and 14 at this year’s NCAAs. The 3 that were in the A final all dipped under 4:00. The 2 that went 1-2 have both held the American record (yards) at one point in this event
Remember that world record that Katie Ledecky set last week in Indy? Well a week before that, SwimSwam was in Palo Alto for practice with Stanford
Busch spoke about how the biggest goal he had coming into UofA was to build a sustainable and winning culture, not necessarily to place X spot at the PAC-12 conference of NCAA championships.
While at the Iconic Churchill Downs Racetrack, a group of the pros took advantage of the setting, and did what anyone would do in their situation. They took selfies.