Adrian, Ledecky Expected to Highlight AT&T Winter Nationals
Olympic gold medalists Nathan Adrian (Bremerton, Wash.) and Katie Ledecky (Bethesda, Md.) are among the more than 800 swimmers expected to compete Dec. 3-6 at USA Swimming’s AT&T Winter National Championships at the Greensboro (N.C.) Aquatic Center.
A Look Back at #GoldenGoggles
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20 Question Tuesday: Peter Vanderkaay
Peter Vanderkaay’s career could well be summed up with one word: Consistency. The three-time Olympian is calling it a career. He shares some memories and tells us what he's up to in this week's 20 Question Tuesday.
Katie Ledecky Earns Three Golden Goggle Awards
Olympic gold medalist and world record-holder Katie Ledecky capped her memorable 2014 season by claiming Female Athlete of the Year, Female Race of the Year and Relay Performance of the Year honors on Monday at the 2014 USA Swimming Golden Goggle Awards at the New York Marriott Marquis.
Franklin, Ledecky, Lochte appear on TODAY Show
Missy Franklin, Katie Ledecky and Ryan Lochte appeared on this morning’s TODAY Show in New York. The three were out on the plaza and warmly welcomed by fans.
Clary, Beisel Race to Third Victories in Minneapolis
Olympic medalists Tyler Clary and Elizabeth Beisel wrapped up the Arena Grand Prix at Minneapolis with their third victories of the meet Saturday at the University of Minnesota’s University Aquatic Center.
Kevin Cordes: Swimming Beyond Adversity
As he took the blocks for his leg – the breaststroke – of the United States’ 400 medley relay this summer at the Pan Pacific Championships, Kevin Cordes experienced his own version of déjà vu.
Catching Up with Emily Hanson
As a youngster – and even as a college student – Emily Hanson never saw herself as the type of person who would find job satisfaction in the insurance industry. She had different plans.
Conor Dwyer: Stronger and Faster than Ever
Anyone familiar with Conor Dwyer’s story knows of his humble beginnings in swimming. This weekend at the Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara, Dwyer swims to complete something he never intended to lead.
Catching Up with Chad LaTourette
For the vast majority of his highly successful time in the water, Chad LaTourette loved competing, but when he realized he was no longer having fun doing that, he knew it was time to quit.
20 Question Tuesday: Shannon Vreeland
Over the past three years Shannon Vreeland has claimed gold medals overseas several times. She also helped lead Georgia to back-to-back NCAA titles. The Kansas native talks about what’s up next, in this week’s 20 Question Tuesday.
Emily Brunemann: Big Events Ahead
The next six months or so are going to be big for Emily Brunemann. She will compete at the Open Water National Championships in June and hopefully in Australia later this summer. Brunemann is also getting married in September.
Catching Up with Gary Hall Jr.
If you think the real Gary Hall Jr. is the showman – boxing shorts, robe and all – he portrayed before big races in his career, you don’t know him at all. Hall is anything but a boisterous attention-seeker.
Christine Jennings: Guided by Faith
A look at Christine Jennings’ USA Swimming biography reveals a trunk full of accomplishments. But there’s also a glaring void on her swimming resume – one event she fears she may never experience.
Meghan Hawthorne: Enjoying the Ride
Growing up a California girl, Meghan Hawthorne has never really seen snow up close and personal. She’s hoping that all changes when she and her U.S. teammates take on a European All-Star squad in the Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool in Glasgow, Scotland.