By Allison Pierce, Swimming World College Intern The Olympic Trials this past month brought about many first-time Olympians. One of those Olympic rookies is Stanford University’s Maya DiRado. DiRado’s noteworthy swimming
By Alan Karickhoff, Swimming World College Intern While watching the U.S. Olympic Trials, there is a focus on the 50 meter splits and their proximity to the world record pace.
By Nicole E. Johnson, Swimming World College Intern World champion and newly-minted Olympian, Cody Miller, has put forth some eye-catching performances in recent history. From setting NAG records as a teenager to
By Jake Renie, Swimming World College Intern As we are now in single-digits-days away from the Olympics, we see top athletes across America compete for a shot at the Olympic
By Ashleigh Shanley, Swimming World College Intern After a third place finish in the 100 meter breast at the 2012 Olympic Trials, Kevin Cordes has had four years to prepare for his
By Temarie Tomley, Swimming World College Intern Hali Flickinger will be representing the USA in Rio in the 200 fly. This will be her first Olympics, which she’s been building
By Brian Honicky, Swimming World College Intern If you’re unfamiliar with Josh Prenot’s swimming, you were probably surprised by what you saw in the finals of the 200 breaststroke on
By Cassidy Lavigne, Swimming World College Intern Tom Shields, 25, has finally qualified for his first Olympic Games in the 100 and 200 meter butterfly. Shields is known for his incredible underwaters,