Annie Lazor continues her thrilling year, winning yet another PSS 200 breast title with a 2:23.22. Her PB from Des Moines of 2:22.99 remains the 4th-fastest time in the world.
Just 14 minutes after winning the 50 free, Olivia Smoliga surprised herself with a new PSS record and personal best time, winning in a 58.73
Dressel’s time is the 12th-fastest time in the world this year.
Since coming down from a 2 1/2 week training camp in Colorado Springs, Katie Ledecky is having a solid showing in Richmond
Looking gleeful and surprised at the scoreboard, Smith’s time of 8:16.33 pushes her to third in the world rankings this season
Michael Andrew talks about co-owning an ISL team, the upcoming World Championships, and the FINA Champions Series.
What has Elizabeth Beisel been up to since she retired from competition after the 2017 World Championship? Lots of traveling, writing, and “adulting.”
Despite the unorthodox approach, some swimmers, such as Kenyon College’s David Fitch, are still able to do turns this way with high efficiency.
2019 ITALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, April 2nd – Saturday, April 6th Stadio del Nuoto – Riccione (ITA) LCM SwimSwam Italia Preview SwimSwam…
When Mark Theall finished 7th in the 500 free, he became the first-ever swimmer in Texas A&M history to score in that event
NC State’s Andreas Vazaios used some massive underwaters to defend his 200 fly title and give NC State its first event win of the meet in the very last individual event
Cal scored 560, the 9th most points any men’s team has ever scored at NCAA’s and the most by any team at this meet since 2004
Texas made a bold relay call, swapping out freshman Drew Kibler (who has generally been good on relays this week) for John Shebat
Cal scored 560, the 9th most points any men’s team has ever scored at NCAA’s and the most by any team at this meet since 2007
Texas’s John Shebat blasted a huge front half to lead the 200 back field, hurting near the end but hanging on and holding off teammate and defending champ Austin Katz by a hair at the wall