With the introduction of the back footplate on the swim starting blocks in 2008, the dynamics of the technique of starting changed.
Can we try too hard to achieve our goals in the pool? Is there a point where our passion for our swimming becomes counter-productive?
“I’m very excited to race in this suit leading up to Rio”
Ramirez will come in right away and improve the Buckeye’s conference standing.
I think we all know that there is a lot more to swimming than the day-in-day-out of practices with the occasional best time. Here are five things swimmers in particular can be thankful for:
Ashwood continues to improve after a breakthrough summer.
#4 is the Swimmer Appetite, #5 is College Swimming and #11 is Nathan Adrian! We stopped at 15, but we could’ve gone on forever. What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
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Swimmer of the Week: Alicia Caldwell Alicia Caldwell, of Rice University, was named the Swimmer of the Week by Conference…
Ana Marcela Cunha is one of the three finalists up for the 2015 Brazilian Olympic Award…
According to CSCAA pollsters, the Texas Longhorns remain the favorites to repeat as the NCAA Division I men’s champions.
16 year old Nyls Korstanje of the Netherlands set three age groups at the KNZB Challenger Eindhoven this past weekend…
15 Swimmer Stereotypes we love and hate. Which one are you?
USA Swimming has announced that Michael Phelps (above) will race at the special long course edition of the United States’ Winter National Championships along with at least 5 other Olympic gold medalists.
The versatile Megan Allison will swim for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County next season.
“To swim through the water that much faster is really mind blowing”