15 Swimmer Stereotypes we love and hate. Which one are you?
Independence is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children. Let’s get them prepared for their next great adventure. Here’s my list of the “top things kids need to know before going to college.”
Follow Florent Manaudou as he takes us on a tour of CN Marseille, the club on the Mediterranean Sea where he trains along with other members of the French men’s national team.
MP, Jr. will most likely be making the trek to Rio.
#10 Athletes gathering for rehearsal ahead of tonight's #GoldenGoggles pic.twitter.com/yDn16aYcNq — USA Swimming (@USASwimming) November 22, 2015 The Golden Goggles…
No turkeys at the Sprinting Turkey Classic swim meet hosted by Nashville Aquatic Club’s Masters swim team—just a lot of fun and fast swimming.
Follow @SwimSwamNews on snapchat to experience the Golden Goggles from the eyes of a USA National Team member and US Olympic hopeful Kelsi Worrell.
When athletes are out of the spotlight and alone with their thoughts many face the same demons that plaque us all.
As swimmers, we spend several hours a day training outside. What we may not realize is that we’re exposing ourselves to some major health risks just by being outside.
These sensations don’t directly impact our health or our performance in the pool, but when we experience them, it feels like nothing else could.
Kelsi Worrell isn’t just aggressive when she’s swimming butterfly.
Aaron Peirsol gets the Rich Roll treatment, nearly two and half hours of conversation on the swim life, love of water, mentorship and the importance of sustainability & passion.
Although no varsity swim team practices or competes at its Rose Natatorium, Central Michigan’s closing of the on-campus facility still impacts club swimmers and the Mt. Pleasant community.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) has announced a 16-member Class of 2016, who will be honored next summer at the ISHOF Annual Honors Weekend.