Tag Archives: Looks

Swimming World Looks Back At The RCP Tiburon Mile

It was a perfect day for the RCP Tiburon Mile in the San Francisco Bay between Angel Island and the Tiburon Peninsula. And although Chip Pet [...]

Swimming World Looks Backs At Memorable Open Water Moments of 2016

Two beautiful Brazilian mornings at Copacabana Beach, two exciting 10-kilometer races and two orange-clad swimmers winning gold for the Neth [...]

Division II Meet Preview Drury Looks To Continue Success At Weekend Invitational

The number one (women) and number five (men) Drury teams are looking to continue their success in the Division this weekend as they host Mis [...]

Division II Meet Preview Queens Looks To Rebound Against Wingate

Coming off a tough loss to Division III powerhouse Emory last weekend, defending National Champions Queens University of Charlotte will be l [...]

Video Interview David Marsh Looks Back on Olympic Games Dispels Rumors About Israel

Swimming World caught up with U.S. Olympic coach David Marsh at the ASCA World Clinic in Ft. Lauderdale. Marsh, less than a month removed fr [...]

Video Interview Leah Smith Looks Back on Breakthrough Swim

Editorial Coverage provided by In the biggest moment of her career thus far in the Olympic Trials final of the 400 free, Leah Smith deliv [...]

Missy Franklin Reflects on Challenges and Looks Ahead to Olympic Trials

Olympic Trials begin in just four days, and you can bet that once again, Missy Franklin will be in the spotlight. Franklin made her first Ol [...]

Nathan Adrian And Some Thoughts On Looks And Race And Speed

Commentary by Casey Barrett Why are men and women of mixed race always so dang attractive? Must be all that cross pollination that produces [...]

Lucie Nordmann Looks To Complete Backstroke Sweep At Day Five Of 2016 NCSA Juniors

It was a hectic prelims session at day five of the 2016 NCSA Juniors Championships with the timing system faltering a few times. One heat of [...]

Oakland Looks Promising after Day 2 prelims of the Horizon League Chamipship

By Katlynn Emaus, Swimming World College Intern Oakland places multiple swimmers in the top eight going into finals. Nikki Flynn ties the me [...]
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