2020 Tokyo Olympics: Swimming Catch Up
Jul 29, 2021The 2020 Olympic Games have been like nothing we've quite seen before. With finals being swum in the morning and cover protocols interrupting the natural flow of athletes, the top-end speed at the event has seemingly fallen flat. With that being said, the fact that athletes have overcome all of this adversity and are still World Records is nothing to scoff at.
How to Watch: 2021 FINA Women's Water Polo World League Super Final
Apr 14, 2021Here's how to watch the 2021 FINA Women's Water Polo World League Super Final on FloSwimming.
How to Watch: 2021 FINA Men's Water Polo World League Super Final
Apr 14, 2021Here's how to watch the 2021 FINA Men's Water Polo World League Super Final on FloSwimming.
Way Too Early Olympic Men's 50m Freestyle Preview
Nov 19, 2019First, 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?
2018 European Championships: Sarah Sjoestroem Highlights Top 5 To Watch
Aug 2, 2018In the absence of the Olympics or World Championships, the off summer is traditionally dubbed as the least exciting in swimming. Yet, the world is still taking to international competitions, albeit not all against each other.
Ryan Lochte Banned 14 Months After Sharing Photo Of IV Treatment
Jul 23, 2018U.S. swimming star and 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte has accepted a 14-month ban from competition for receiving an intravenous infusion without a therapeutic use exemption, USADA announced today.
5 Things To Watch At 2018 Phillips 66 National Championships
Jul 23, 2018Team USA’s top talent will take to the pool this week in Irvine, CA, in front of a crowd that’s excited to have the Phillips 66 National Championships back in Southern California for the first time since 2014.
Why Hasn’t The U.S. Ever Hosted The FINA World Championships?
Jun 13, 2018Briefly glance at the FINA World Championships medal table sometime. The results speak for themselves. The United States has over 100 more gold medal performances than the next closest nation. Few would disagree the U.S. is the strongest swimming country around. Yet, it has never hosted FINA’s namesake event. The six-discipline aquatic World Championships have been or are planned to be hosted on every continent, except obviously Antarctica. Six of the next seven countries in the medal table have hosted at some point. During the time since North America last hosted—2005 in Montreal—Europe has hosted four times, Australia has hosted once, Africa will have hosted once, and Asia will have hosted a total of three times, including the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.