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New Jersey Swim Coach Breaks World Record for Pull-Ups in 24 Hours

Kyle Gurkovich, the Senior 2 Group Assistant Coach at Scartlet Aquatics in New Jersey (the program that produced Rebecca Soni…

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6 categories of character traits help you define your Mission Statement

According to Steven Covey, developing a Personal Mission Statement is an excellent way to define your values, and your philosophy for living.

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Did you CopyMe? What are you waiting for?

Debuting less than a week ago, our CopyMe app had over 1,000 downloads in the first couple of days. It already has ratings of 4.9 and 5 in the iTunes and Google Play stores.

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The Swimmer’s Guide to Developing Unstoppable Momentum

Finding yourself getting stuck with your training? Want to build momentum like a locomotive so that you enter each practice ready to knock the main set right off the whiteboard? Start here.

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NCAA Champion Relay Elected to Northwestern Athletics Hall of Fame

Mike Alexandrov, Kyle Bubolz and Bruno Barbic, who together with Matt Grevers comprised the 2007 NCAA Champion and NCAA record-breaking 400 medley relay, have been elected to the Northwestern Athletics Hall of Fame as members of the Class of 2014.

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Leather Belt HANDMADE By Gary Hall Jr. Among Silent Auction Items for Golden Goggles

There are many of fantastic gifts, including tickets to one of golf’s biggest tournament, a full-in trip to Paris for the French Open, and an autographed art print from the movie “Frozen.”

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10 Awkward Moments Swimmers Experience

Swimmers treat their team like a family, albeit a dysfunctional family. As with any close-knit group of well-meaning people, awkward moments will ensue.

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7 Reasons Every Swimmer Should Go to Swim Meets

Swim meets provide valuable lessons and growing opportunities for swimmers. Here are 7 reasons every swimmer should be going to swim meets.

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College Recruiting, It’s a Business

Like it or not, college recruiting is a business. One of the primary jobs of a college coach is to sign the best swimmers for the least amount of money. Yes they are looking for strong students and good people, but they also need to put together the fastest team within their scholarship limitations.

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Golden Goggle Silent Auction to go live Monday with big prizes on the line

The USA Swimming Foundation’s Golden Goggle Silent Auction will go live to the public Monday, with some major trips as the biggest items up for bid.

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The 4 Best Swim Fads that Left Too Soon – #TBT

There have always been new fads that seemed like they’d be the next big thing in the sport of swimming only to be forgotten as quickly as they appeared. These are ideas and products that swam their way into our hearts one season, only to fade away into obscurity in the next.

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Can You Swim Faster By Caring Less?

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?

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How Long Does it Take to Create Good Swimming Habits?

You’ve made the decision to change your habits in the pool for the better. Here is how long it will take to make those changes stick.

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Shout From The Stands: Why We Should Eliminate Morning Practice During School

Early morning practice Sessions During School Year Compromise Student Health and Performance!

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Team Foxcatcher: When Swimming and Wrestling Lived Under One Roof

The movie “Foxcatcher” about wrestling brothers David and Mark Schultz, opens in theaters today.

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