Maritza Correia McClendon: Mother, Wife, Mentor, Icon
Growing up an African-American female swimmer, Maritza Correia McClendon lacked an idol in the sport who looked like her.
20 Question Tuesday: Tyler Fenwick
U.S. Open water coach Tyler Fenwick, also the associate head coach at Tennessee, found something very important in 2016: Peace. And himself. He talks about that and more in this weeks's 20 Question Tuesday.
Black History Month: Coach Marty Keating Has Enjoyed Unparalleled Success for Almost 50 Years
One of Marty Keating’s rules on his first day as a swim coach at the Arnett YMCA in Rochester, N.Y., in 1968 was that no swimmer was allowed into practice if they arrived late.
Mike's Mailbag: Be Patient With Progress
I struggle with every stroke except butterfly. Is it okay to only be good at one thing? If not, what do I do?
Black History Month: Cullen Jones Determined to Earn Degree, Make Next Olympic Team
Getting his degree and getting on the Olympic team had equal priority for Cullen Jones when he decided last fall to stay in the sport.