Featured video interview of World Champion James Magnussen.
Cam could be the future of Australian sprinting. He lives and trains in Brisbane and is hoping to come to the States as a freshman in the fall of 2014…
Defending national champion Ashley Twichell will be a part of a very strong women’s field at the 2013 USA Swimming Open Water Championship in California this May. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography
Chad le Clos will focus on all 3 butterfly events, not the 200 IM, at the 2013 World Championships, according to this interview with Karien Jonckheere.
Graham Hill talks with SwimSwam contributor Karien Jonckheere about the delays at SA Nationals, Chad’s injury battle, and an analysis on how the team looks going into the summer.
The Olympic Gold Medalist and World Record Holder discusses, SA Nationals, upcoming meets, and the proposed rule changes for breaststroke.
Ryan Lochte told SwimSwam’s Garrett McCafrey that he’s considering a move to California.
Missy Franklin and her coach, Todd Schmitz have an awesome coach/swimmer relationship. This interview showcases just that.
He won the 200 IM at the Mesa Grand Prix, beating Ryan Lochte, but the real story with Darian is why he’s not going to SA World Champ Trials.
Katie Ledecky won her 3rd event of the weekend in the fastest 800 freestyle time of the year.
Matt Grevers says being 6’8″ comes in handy at the end of races like the 100 back at the Mesa Grand Prix. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Breeja Larson talks about her win in the 100 breast on Night 3 of the Mesa Grand Prix, swimming in front of her home crowd, her adjustment to long course, and her disappointing 2nd place finish in the 200 breast at Women’s NCAAs.
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/TheSwimPictures.com)
The newly married Annie Grevers shows off the Mesa Grand Prix Mascot, Nala.