Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr., 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club co-founder.
Swimmers have a language unto themselves. The way we talk to each other is different from the way we talk to our non-swimmer friends. Here are ten examples…
Division I Colgate University has hired former TCU assistant Andy Waeger as their new men’s and women’s head swimming and diving coach….
St. Bonaventure has hired former team captain Krista Carlson as their new head coach.
“This team is having great exposure and opportunity at the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs, and will be the backbone of Canadian teams for the next six years,” said John Atkinson, Swimming Canada high performance director.
TYR Sport, a leading edge sports performance apparel manufacturer and proud sponsor of many elite professional triathletes and competitive swimmers has an opportunity for a Rocky Mountain Sales Representative.
Emily Seebohm will be looking to add to her Commonwealth Games medal total in all three backstroke events…
876 swimmers from 144 clubs are competing at the Pan Am Pool. Nine of the 10 provinces as well as the Yukon have entries. There is also an international flavour with swimmers from Ireland, Hong Kong, Bermuda and England.
Last season, Tennessee’s Faith Johnson was removed from the Junior National Team roster because she had already completed her freshman year of college. USA Swimming has changed the rules, however, so future “early starters” won’t fall to the same fate.
Northern Kentucky Clippers (CLPR) are seeking an outstanding, experienced Senior Coach to join a vibrant coaching and training environment in Erlanger, Ky.
Two days out of the start of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the swimming community takes a moment of silence…
The 2014 Commonwealth Games begin tomorrow in Scotland and world-class swimmers from across the world are poised to battle it out for glory in the pool. But who competes at the Commonwealth Games, and what makes the event so special for so many athletes?
Justin James of Australia won the men’s 200 IM at LA Invite with a meet record of 2:00.49.
Missy Franklin won her second event, the women’s 200 free, on Day Four at Los Angeles Invitational. Watch her fend off a strong last 50 from Australia’s Kylie Palmer.