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2014 Youth Olympics: Day 1: Swimming

In the first day of the pool, Mykhailo Romanchuk (KR) took the win in the Men’s 400m Freestyle, Vien Nguyen Thi Anh (VIE) won the Women’s 200m IM, Megan Small (USA) was 3rd. And China won the Mixed 4x100m Freestyle over Brazil and Ausralia.

USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships Highlights

Nathan Adrian, right, is congratulated Michael Phelps (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) By Seth Rubinroit Six swimmers won national titles on August 6, the opening night of the USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, CA. Men’s 100m Free: Nathan Adrian (CLICK HERE to watch the race) The most-anticipated race of the night featured seven […]

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Interviews

Cammile Adams, Tom Shields, Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, Katie Ledecky and Connor Jaeger talk about winning their events at the Swimming National Championships.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Ledecky wins Women’s 800m Freestyle

Katie Ledecky beats out the field by 8 seconds with a total time of 8:18.47.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Jaeger wins Men’s 1500m Freestyle

Connor Jaeger takes 1st in the Men’s 1500m Freestyle in Irvine with a total time of 14:51.06.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Adams wins Women’s 200m Fly

Cammile Adams wins the Women’s 200m Butterfly event in Irvine with a total time of 2:07.12.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Shields win’s Men’s 200m Fly

Tom Shields gets his personal best in the Men’s 200m Butterfly event with a total time of 1:55.09, beating out Tyler Clary.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Franklin wins Women’s 100m Freestyle

Missy Franklin gets 1st in the Women’s 100m Freestyle event in Irvine with a total time of 53.43, beating out American record holder Simone Manuel.

2014 Swimming National Championships: Irvine: Adrian wins Men’s 100m Freestyle

In the Men’s 100m Freestyle, Nathan Adrian beats out a star-studded field, along with Michael Phelps, with a total time of 48.31.

2014 USA Swimming National Championships: Irvine, CA

This event will serve as the USA National Team selection for the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships, 2014 Jr. Pan Pacific  Championships, 2015 World Championships, 2015 World University Games, and 2015 Pan American Games. Athletes expected to compete include Olympians and USA Swimming National Team members – including Olympic gold medalists and world-record holders Michael Phelps,  Missy Franklin, Ryan Lochte and Katie Ledecky. The five-day meet is the sole qualifier for the pool competition at next month’s Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.

U.S. Swimming Stars Set to Compete at Phillips 66 Nationals

Michael Phelps (Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Nearly 1,000 swimmers, including Olympic gold medalists and world-record holders Michael Phelps (Baltimore, Md.), Missy Franklin (Centennial, Colo.), Ryan Lochte (Daytona Beach, Fla.) and Katie Ledecky (Bethesda, Md.), are expected to complete at next week’s USA Swimming’s Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, California. The five-day meet […]

Ann Arbor Named “America’s Top Swim City” by USA Swimming

University of Michigan pool (Courtesy of University of Michigan) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (July 14, 2014) – Ann Arbor, Michigan, is the best swim city in America, according to a new study commissioned by USA Swimming and leading swimwear brand Speedo. The community claimed the highest aggregate score in categories such as percentage of active swimmers […]

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Santa Clara, CA: Day #2

This weekend, hundreds of the best swimmers around the country flock west and converge in Santa Clara, California. The Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara commences on Thursday, featuring numerous Olympians, NCAA veterans, post-graduates, club swimmers, high schoolers, and age groupers from all over the world. Huge names return to the pool for one final dress rehearsal prior to this summer’s National Championships.

 

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Santa Clara, CA: Day #1

This weekend, hundreds of the best swimmers around the country flock west and converge in Santa Clara, California. The Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara commences on Thursday, featuring numerous Olympians, NCAA veterans, post-graduates, club swimmers, high schoolers, and age groupers from all over the world. Huge names return to the pool for one final dress rehearsal prior to this summer’s National Championships.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins Women’s 200m Fly

In the Women’s 200m Butterfly, double bronze medalist in ’09 and ’13, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) took 1st with a total time of 2:09’66.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Vanderpool-Wallace takes Women’s 50m Freestyle

In the Women’s 50m Freestyle, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace got into the top 10 best times in the world with a time of 24’6.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Josh Schneider wins Men’s 50m Freestyle

In the Men’s 50m Freestyle, Josh Schneider wins by a tenth of a second with a total time of 22’17.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins Back to Back in 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 200m Backstroke, Katinka Hosszu get’s her second win of the night in her 2nd of 3 races. She got a season best and 4th best in the world time of 59’64.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Schmitt takes 1st in Women’s 400m Freestyle

In the Women’s 400m Freestyle, olympic gold medalist Allison Schmitt keeps Katinka Hosszu from getting her 5th win of the Event with a time of 4:08’65.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Interviews with Winners

Katinka Hosszu, Allison Schmitt, Josh Schneider, and Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace talk about their wins during the evening event in Charlotte on May 17, 2014.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Charlotte, NC: Day #2

The fifth stop takes the Arena Grand Prix Series to North Carolina. The 30th Annual Arena Grand Prix at Charlotte takes place May 15-18, 2014 at Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center in downtown Charlotte.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Interviews

Katinka Hosszu (HUN), Conor Dwyer (USA) and Jessica Hardy (USA) talk about their wins.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Lochte and Gaines

As the Women’s 400m IM B final runs, American swimming star Ryan Lochte hangs out with Universal Sports host Rowdy Gaines and Ted Robinson, talking about missing the Charlotte Grand Prix and keeping his sights on Rio.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hardy wins 100m Breast

Former world record holder Jessica Hardy hits 1:06.68 to win the Women’s 200m Breast stroke, beating top qualifier Micah Lawrence by .72 seconds.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins 400m IM

2009 and 2013 World Champ Katinka Hosszu (HUN) gets the win at 4:37.85, winning by 11.44 seconds over Becca Mann (USA). As Rowdy Gaines and Ryan Lochte make the call.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins 200m Free

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) beats the Olympic champ Allison Schmitt (USA) by .11 seconds in the Women’s 200m Freestyle, with a personal best at 1:56.30.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Dwyer wins 200m Free

Conor Dwyer gets the win at 1:47.86, beating Matt Mclean by .87 seconds.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Phelps wins 100m Fly

Swimming star, Michael Phelps (USA) continues his comeback, with a second race in the Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke. He equals his time from Mesa at 52.13 for the win, by .59 seconds.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Phelps interview

Michael Phelps talks about his second race, coming back from retiring, and equaling his first race time in the Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke at 52.13 seconds.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Charlotte, NC: Day #1

The fifth stop takes the Arena Grand Prix Series to North Carolina. The 30th Annual Arena Grand Prix at Charlotte takes place May 15-18, 2014 at Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center in downtown Charlotte.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Mann wins Women’s 200m Butterfly

In the Women’s 200m Butterfly, Becca Mann manages to outdo olympic gold medalist Katie McLaughlin, with a total time of 2:12.10.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Clary wins Men’s 200m Butterfly

In the Men’s 200m Butterfly, olympic gold medalist Tyler Clary wins by .01 seconds, beating out Tom Luchsinger and Bobby Bollier in a tight finish with a total time of 2:00.39.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Dugonjic wins Men’s 100m Breaststroke

In the Men’s 100m Breaststroke, Damir Dugonjic beat out 3x NCAA champ Kevin Cordes with a total time of 1:01.62.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Gonzalez wins Women’s 100m Backstroke

In the Women’s 100m Backstroke, Fernanda Gonzalez beat out Clara Smiddy who got 1st in the 200m Backstroke, with a total time of 1:01.58.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Vyatchanin wins Men’s 100m Backstroke

In the Men’s 100m Backstroke, Arkady Vyatchanin beat out olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers with a total time of 0:54.40.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Hoff wins Women’s 200m Individual Medley

In the Women’s 200m Individual Medley, Katie Hoff managed to take 1st in a field full of strong swimmer with a total time of 2:12.92.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Townsend wins Men’s 200m Individual Medley

In the Men’s 200m Individual Medley, with Ryan Lochte scratching the race due to wanting to rest his legs, Darian Townsend was able to grab 1st place with a total time of 2:02.07.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Ledecky wins Women’s 800m Freestyle

In the Women’s 800m Freestyle, Katie Ledecky was 2 seconds away from setting a new world record, winning with a 13 second lead and a total time of 8:20.10.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Mesa, AZ: Day #2

The fourth stop on the Arena Grand Prix Series takes place in Arizona. The Arena Grand Prix at Mesa will be held April 24-26 in Mesa, Ariz. at the Skyline Aquatic Center.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Clary wins Men’s 400m Individual Medley

In the Men’s Medley 400m, Tyler Clary, who got Gold in the 200m backstroke at the London Olympics, takes 1st with a total time of 4:19.00.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Ledecky wins Women’s 200m Freestyle

In the Women’s 200m Freestyle, Katie Ledecky was able to beat out Olympic Gold Medalist Allison Shmmitt, with a total time of 1:56.27.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Lochte wins Men’s 200m Freestyle

In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, 3-time Olympian Ryan Lochte was able to win with a total time of 1:49.48 with a serious knee injury from November.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Coffman wins Women’s 50m Freestyle

In the Women’s 50m Freestyle, Cheyenne Coffman wins by .3 seconds with personal best of 25.16.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Vyatchanin wins Men’s 200m Backstroke

In the Men’s 200m Backstroke, Arkady Vyatchanin beats Olympic Champion Tyler Clary and takes first with a total time of 1:58.04.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Adrian wins Men’s 50m Freestyle

In the Men’s 50m Freestyle, thanks to his second-to-none start, Nathan Adrian takes first with a total time of 21.73. This is the 5th best time in the world this year.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Beisel wins

In the Women’s Medley 400m, Olympic silver medalist Elizabeth Beisel takes 1st with a total time of 4:39.68.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Mesa, AZ: Day #1

The fourth stop on the Arena Grand Prix Series takes place in Arizona. The Arena Grand Prix at Mesa will be held April 24-26 in Mesa, Ariz. at the Skyline Aquatic Center.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Phelps vs Lochte comeback

In the Men’s 100m Butterfly Stroke Final, his first final after retiring in 2012, Michael Phelps gets edged out by his old rival, Ryan Lochte who gets the win.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Mesa, AZ: Qualifications Part 2

The fourth stop on the Arena Grand Prix Series takes place in Arizona. The Arena Grand Prix at Mesa will be held April 24-26 in Mesa, Ariz. at the Skyline Aquatic Center.

2014 Mesa Swimming Grand Prix: Michael Phelps Back

In the Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke, Michael Phelps enters his first competition since retiring in 2012. In the qualifying heats he placed first with a time of 52.84 seconds.

2014 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Mesa, AZ: Qualifications Part 1

The fourth stop on the Arena Grand Prix Series takes place in Arizona. The Arena Grand Prix at Mesa will be held April 24-26 in Mesa, Ariz. at the Skyline Aquatic Center.

Universal Sports Network to Air LIVE Coverage of Michael Phelps’ Return to Competitive Swimming April 24-26                 

Phelps, Ryan Lochte and Katie Ledecky Highlight Arena Grand Prix at Mesa Field Los Angeles (April 23, 2014) – Universal Sports Network, the year-round destination for Olympic, endurance and action sports, will air LIVE coverage of USA Swimming’s Arena Grand Prix at Mesa, Ariz., April 24-26.  In addition to LIVE coverage on April 25 and […]

6 Ways to Take Your Swimming to the Limit

By Olivier Poirier-Leroy (Courtesy of SwimSwam) It’s hard work chasing our goals. Not only does it require investing a lot of effort, with countless hours in and out of the pool, but it also requires us to suspend our fears. The fear of failure, fear of success, fear of looking bad. In actuality, doing the […]

2014 Swimming Schedule

Date Event Broadcast Time (ET) Online Time (ET) 1/17 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Austin, TX: Day 1 7:00 PM 1/18 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Austin, TX: Day 2 10:00 PM 2/13 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Orlando, FL: Day 1 6:00 PM 2/14 USA Swimming Grand Prix: Orlando, FL: Day 2 6:00 PM 4/25 USA Swimming Grand Prix: […]

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Day 2 interviews

Some of the top winners of the day, like Katinka Hosszu, David Verraszto, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, Bruno Fratus, Chloe Sutton, Micah Lawrence talk about their wins with Rowdy Gaines.

 
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