1. The 2028 Olympics In Los Angeles Will Be Special For Swimming

    The 2028 Olympics In Los Angeles Will Be Special For Swimming

    Aug 4, 2020

    On the front page of USA Swimming's website is a ticking clock: a live countdown to the U.S. Olympic Team Trials to be held June 13-20, 2021. That competition will get Team USA ready for the subsequent 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the Games that were, of course, delayed a year by the coronavirus pandemic that swept the world, and which is still greatly changing life in the United States. 

  2. Texas Swimming & Diving Is One Of The Greatest NCAA Division I Dynasties

    Texas Swimming & Diving Is One Of The Greatest NCAA Division I Dynasties

    Jul 9, 2020

    Eddie Reese, head coach of swimming and diving at the University of Texas, is a walking legend. 

  3. Swimmer's Ear: What Is It and How To Treat It

    Swimmer's Ear: What Is It and How To Treat It

    Apr 24, 2020

    Whether you're a competitive or leisure swimmer, a bad case of Swimmer's Ear can ruin a perfectly good time.

  4. Way Too Early Olympic Men's 50m Freestyle Preview

    Way Too Early Olympic Men's 50m Freestyle Preview

    Nov 19, 2019

    First, let’s get it out of the way...Dressel is the favorite. After his earth-shattering performance in the final NCAA meet of his college career, Dressel has been at the front of the swimming community’s mind. The questions remain though: can he hold on without a second wall? Can he go under 21.00 and break the WR? Can anyone challenge him? 

  5. How Mental Is Swimming? Featuring Eddie Hall & Brian Shaw

    How Mental Is Swimming? Featuring Eddie Hall & Brian Shaw

    Jun 17, 2019

    Plenty of sports have crossover when it comes to training techniques, theories, and more, but can a powerlifter’s mindset prior to lifting 500kg off of the ground apply to swimming? I think so, and I’ll explain to you why. 

  6. POLL: Would Dressel's Potential 7 Golds More Impressive Than Phelps' 8?

    POLL: Would Dressel's Potential 7 Golds More Impressive Than Phelps' 8?

    May 24, 2019

    Michael Phelps’ eight gold medals at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 is the most iconic performance in Olympic history, arguably one that put the sport of swimming on the map for millions of people across the globe and took the sport to a completely different level.