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Ryan Lochte, Katie Ledecky Discuss 2015 FINA World Championships

Ryan Lochte (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa De Olza)

By Tony Carroll/SwimSwam.com

At a USA Swimming teleconference earlier today, Katie Ledecky, Nathan Adrian, Ryan Lochte and Coach Dave Durden all spoke and answered questions from the media in preparation for the 2015 World Championships. 655 more words

Swimming

Ryan Lochte faces his smallest Worlds schedule ever after throwaway 2014

Ryan Lochte is swimming his fewest individual events at major international meet in 11 years at the World Championships in Kazan, Russia, in a little more than two weeks. 685 more words

Olympics

Japanese swim star Kosuke Hagino potentially out of World Championships

The Japan Swimming Federation announced today that Kosuke Hagino, bronze medalist in the 400 IM at the London Olympics, may not be able to compete at the 2015 FINA World Championships due to injury. 172 more words

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Are GRILLS still a thing?

“Rob the jewelry store & tell ’em make me a GRILL.”

Can you say throwback?! I can remember the middle school dance party where everyone knew this song and thought grills were the coolest thing. 144 more words

Entertainment

Your swimming pool red-eye isn't from chlorine—it's from urine

Planning to cool off this summer by hitting the pool? You might want to pack your goggles to prevent your eyes from turning bloodshot, from… No, not chlorine. 362 more words

Michael Phelps Struggles in Charlotte

Ryan Lochte, left, and Michael Phelps in Charlotte (AP Photo/Nell Redmond)

May 17 (Reuters) – Michael Phelps had set his sights on testing himself against Ryan Lochte on the final day of competition at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday. 231 more words

Swimming

Michael Phelps self-assessment: 'horrendous,' 'garbage' after winless Charlotte meet

Michael Phelps finished first or second in zero events at a meet, believed to be for the first time since the Sydney 2000 Olympics, at a Pro Swim Series stop in Charlotte over the weekend. 557 more words

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