The Chuck Wielgus Blog: Ray Essick
American Swimming said goodbye to a lion recently, with the passing of Ray Essick. Ray was USA Swimming’s first Executive Director, assuming the role in 1980.
20 Question Tuesday: Connor Jaeger
Connor Jaeger has already accomplished a lot as an Olympian and NCAA Champion. The University of Michigan engineering graduate and distance standout talks about what it feels like being this close to Olympic Trials in this week's 20 Question Tuesday.
Gunnar Bentz: No More Candy
Gunnar Bentz comes from top-drawer athletic genes. Those genetics were predisposed to track and field but Bentz has developed into one of the best 400 individual medley swimmers in the world.
Five More to Watch in Omaha
Every year, there are several U.S. swimmers who have the meets of their lives and make their first Olympic team. This summer in Omaha will most likely be no exception.
Ray Essick: Remembered in Photos
Ray Essick's contributions to the world of swimming are countless and his influences continues to impact the sport today. Here's a glimpse at some of the memories he helped form over the years.