Meyer, Peacock Race to Crippen Cup 10K Titles
Olympian Alex Meyer (Ithaca, N.Y.) and Stephanie Peacock (Cape Coral, Fla.) were victorious Saturday at the second-annual Crippen Cup 10-kilometer Marathon Invitational at Miromar Lake.
Catching Up with David Cromwell
When he thinks back about the end of his swimming career, David Cromwell remembers it as a blur.
Crippen Cup 10K Marathon Invitational Set for Saturday
Six members of the USA Swimming National Team are among the open-water-swimming standouts expected to compete at the second-annual Crippen Cup 10-kilometer Marathon Invitational, set for Saturday in Fort Myers, Florida.
Ryan Murphy: Swimming Lynch Pin
Last year at his first NCAA Championships, Ryan Murphy’s backstroke events came at the perfect time for him to help his Cal-Berkeley teammates celebrate an NCAA title.
20 Question Wednesday Extra: Lia Neal
Lia Neal made the Olympics as a teenager in 2012, earned a medal and came back with more high goals, enrolling at Stanford. Now she has made history again.
20 Question Tuesday Extra: Simone Manuel
Nothing like a 100 record and making history for Sugar Land, Texas native and Stanford standout Simone Manuel at NCAAs over the weekend. She talks about that and more in this 20 Question Tuesday Extra.
Eva Fabian: Open Water Olympic Dreams
While most of the other top collegiate swimmers are at NCAA Championships this weekend, Eva Fabian is back at Yale training for and focusing on something bigger.
Catching Up with Kara Lynn Joyce Williamson
Kara Lynn Joyce Williamson knows that her many years in the sport have given her multiple life rewards, great friendships, discipline and a tremendous confidence in whatever path she takes in the future.
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.