Seven-time World Champion Katie Hoff joined this week’s episode of Off Deck to discuss what she has been up to in the 18 months since she retired from swimming. Watch the full episode below.
U.S. National team butterflyer Cassidy Bayer announced this week that she will attend and swim for Cal-Berkeley in the fall of 2018, and she joined this week’s episode of Off Deck to
On this episode of Off Deck, hear from 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte as he returned to competition at U.S. Masters Nationals over the weekend in Riverside, Calif. Lochte sat down with host David Rieder
After picking up the win in the 100 free at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Mesa, Ariz., Nathan Adrian spoke with Swimming World. Check out that interview on today’s episode of Off Deck.
On this week’s episode of Off Deck, hear from Dana Vollmer after she competed in the 50 free while six months pregnant at the Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Mesa. After her
Kylie Masse swept the women’s backstroke events at the Canadian Swimming Trials, nearly breaking the world record in the 100 back in the process, and then she joined Off Deck to recap her outstanding
With 11 U.S. Olympians scheduled to compete at this week’s men’s NCAA championships in Indianapolis, the meet figures to be among the fastest and most intense in recent memory. To
Indianapolis is still buzzing after a stellar meet at the women’s NCAA championships where records went down in eight of 18 swimming events, but just two days from now, the
In the final day before the beginning of the women’s NCAA championships, Swimming World’s David Rieder and Dan D’Addona return on this episode of Off Deck to analyze the top race-by-race storylines of the
In just two days, the women’s NCAA championships will get underway in Indianapolis, so on today’s episode of Off Deck, host David Rieder was joined by Dan D’Addona, Swimming World’s lead NCAA Division I writer,