Reece Whitley is Riding a Wave
His 2015 ended as the Sports Illustrated SportsKid of the Year. And his new year cranked up on the road to Olympic Trials with a trip to the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin
Josh Schneider Motivates Young Kentucky Athletes
Simone Manuel on Bringing Swimming Awareness to the African-American Community
Simone Manuel, the first of three African Americans to place in the top three spots in the 100 yard freestyle in any Women's NCAA Division I Swimming Championship, discusses her responsiblity in inspiring the next generation of African-American and minority swimmers.
Phelps’ Work in Weight Room Pays Dividends in Final Run-Up
Michael Phelps has been at every practice since he committed in full to the 2016 Olympic Games. But Phelps is also putting in the work outside of the pool, according to his strength Coach Keenan Robinson.
Top Tips for Choosing Healthy Fats in Your Diet
Here is a brief primer on dietary fats to help you choose the fats that best fit in your healthy eating pattern.
Six Months Out: Day 6 of the Rio Olympic Games
Six months from today, Olympic medals in swimming will be awarded in the following individual events: the women’s 200m breast, the men’s 200m back, the men’s 200m IM, and the women’s 100m free. Team USA’s prospects in each event will come down to who earns a spot on the team at this summer’s U.S. Olympic Team Trials.