By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 31. WILL we see a renewal of one of the sport’s best rivalries? Well, that depends on whether Michael Phelps decides to swim the
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 31. WITH the World Championship Trials scheduled to begin tomorrow, one of the major focuses will be the exploits of Kate Ziegler, the latest
Text and Photo/Video by Glenn Mills Demonstrated by Scott Tucker PHOENIX, Ariz., March 31. THERE are many elements of straight-arm-recovery freestyle that we could talk about, but we would like
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 30. THE freestyle events at an international-selection competition are often the most drama-filled races. After all, in the 100 and 200 distances, relay invitations
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 30. THE chances that some familiar faces will represent the United States in the butterfly events at this summer’s World Championships are fairly strong.
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 29. FRIDAY is creeping closer and closer, so as SwimInfo continues its preview series of the World Championship Trials, we direct our focus to
By Tito Morales MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March 28. IT’S been several days now, and I’m still trying to make sense of it. 18.74… What Auburn’s Fred Bousquet pulled off in Minneapolis
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 28. ENTERED in seven events at the United States World Championship Trials, Michael Phelps has not yet firmed up his program for the competition,
Coughlin Heads Wide-Open Backstroke Events at World Champs Trials; Sandeno Might Give Run at 200 Back
By John Lohn INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 27. IN keeping with our previews of the World Championship Trials, scheduled to begin Friday, the women’s backstroke events are next on the docket.