Reed Malone: Confident Competitor
Until recently, Reed Malone wasn’t what you’d call the picture of confidence when it came to his swimming.
20 Question Tuesday: Felicia Lee
People who saw last year’s NCAAs can’t help but think about Felicia Lee, and how the Stanford product put an exclamation point next to her comeback from injury.
Making History: Black Women in Swimming
In honor of Black History Month and in celebration of our collective swimming history, USA Swimming salutes swimming athletes who have made history for the sport and for the African American community. These women exemplify the championship spirit that the sport of swimming breeds and also serve as role models for all swimmers.
Chelsea Chenault: Right on Track
Despite her own private nature, Chelsea Chenault is used to having the spotlight on her. She was in Sports Illustrated for Kids at the age of 13.
Catching Up with BJ Bedford Miller
When BJ Bedford Miller decided to retire from swimming, she knew it was time start her “real” life. In retrospect, she now admits she was really just guessing back then.
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.