Hali Flickinger won the first event of the 2017 Phillips 66 U.S. Nationals, the women’s 200 butterfly. Flickinger led the race from start to finish. Despite being the top seed
By David Rieder. It was the most stunning, surreal moment of the NCAA season: Mallory Comerford, the inexperienced 19-year-old from the University of Louisville, was running down the great Katie
Stanford’s Simone Manuel took second in the women’s 100 free on night one of the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships. She finished in 53.05 and will represent Team USA at the World Championships next
After dropping well over one second this morning during prelims, Auburn’s Zach Apple finished fourth in the men’s 100 free at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships. He touched the wall in
2016 Olympian Jack Conger finished first in the men’s 200 butterfly, punching his ticket to Budapest. Conger discussed his strategy to get out fast and lead from the first 50, which
Katie Ledecky finished first in the 800 freestyle and sixth in the 100 freestyle, most likely making the World Championships team in both races. Ledecky was satisfied with her time of
Franklin & Marshall College’s Becca Meyers was once again named a nominee for the 2017 ESPYs Best Female Athlete with a Disability Award. The Diplomats’ All-American swimmer previously won the
The second morning of the 2017 Phillips 66 USA Swimming National Championships will go off Wednesday morning at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis. Eight events will contest preliminaries Wednesday morning.