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The Week in Swimming 3/15/2018

The NCAA Swimming Championships are underway! Plus, news on Olympic Trials, Caeleb Dressel, Kathleen Baker, and a million-dollar desert pool.

The Week in Swimming 3/8/2018

Swimming dogs, swimming presidents, swimming nonagenarians, plus what's new with Sarah Sjostrom and Chase Kalisz!

The Week in Swimming 3/2/2018

Looking back on this week's regional championships & looking ahead to the NCAA Div. III coming up!

The Week in Swimming 2/23/2018

Red umbrellas, the Swim for Nick foundation, and more inspiration from the week's swimming news!

The Week in Swimming - 2/9/2018

What's new with Natalie Coughlin, Chad Le Clos, Kirsty Coventry, and more...

The Week in Swimming 2/2/2018

Updates on the Tokyo Olympics, Katie Ledecky, making swimming a safer sport, and more...

Krige Schabort Aims for Paralympic Gold

“My life has changed in a second,” says Krige Schabort, and that’s been true more than once. As he prepares for his sixth and final Paralympic Games, the 2015 ESPY Award winner reflected on the improbable and inspiring path that may well lead him to Olympic gold. Lemons into Lemonade ...

How the Brownlee Brothers Made History in Rio

If there’s any sibling rivalry between the Brownlees, it wasn’t visible in Rio. Moments before Alistair crossed the finish line to win his second consecutive Olympic gold medal, a historic first in Triathlon, he paused to look over his shoulder for his younger brother, Jonathan, just a few seconds behind. ...

On the Road to Rio: Olivia Smoliga

For the last three Olympics, the U.S. has owned the women’s 100-meter backstroke. Natalie Coughlin took the gold in Athens and Beijing; Missy Franklin stood atop the London podium. At this year’s Olympic Trials, both amazing women took a backseat to a Georgia Bulldog by the name of Olivia Smoliga. ...

On the Road to Rio: Kevin Cordes

At the just-completed Olympic Trials in Omaha, the new blood in American swimming had the crowds abuzz. Gold medalists from London 2012 either fell short for their winning events (Ryan Lochte, Missy Franklin) or failed to make Team USA at all (Matt Grevers, Tyler Clary). Among the newcomers, Kevin Cordes, ...

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