12 Swim Jobs You Might Love To Have

If you don’t like the career you’re in, you might want to work in the swimming community and be a part of our big swimming family! Here are 12 Swim Jobs you might love…

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Chris Manning Reflects On CIS Career And Looks Towards Canadian Trials

Chris Manning has been a staple athlete on the University of Toronto’s roster throughout the five years he has competed as a Varsity Blue. Unfortunately, all good things have to come to an end, and Manning has used up all five years of eligibility in the CIS and thus is finished competing in Canadian collegiate competition.

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New Zealand and Oceania

Swimming New Zealand Looks to Overhaul Competitive Pathway

Swimming New Zealand is looking at making significant changes to the their development system…

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Australia’s Grant Hackett Returns to Competition at Queensland Meet March 14-15th

Grant Hackett is set to compete at Queensland’s “Medal Shots Long Course Qualifying Meet” March 14th & 15th at the Brisbane Aquatic Center.

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Seven Swimmers Among Isle of Man Scholarship Recipients

The Isle of Man has awarded 7 swimmers financial scholarships for the 2015-2016 season.

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Joseph Schooling Named “The Straits Times Athlete of the Year” for 2014

Singapore national swimmer, Joseph Schooling has been named 2014’s “The Straits Times Athlete of the Year” this week.  In its…

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FFN Golden Tour: International Stars Out in Force for Third Stage in Marseille

Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Anthony Ervin will join the Europeans at the Marseille stage of FFN’s Golden Tour this weekend.

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More International

3 Steps to a More Explosive Relay Start

There are many styles to a relay start. Power and reaction time are critical to all of them. Let’s take a look at the top 3 things you can do to sharpen your relay start.

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Irish World Championships Selection Meet Begins Friday; Doyle, McMahon, Bryan Absent

Irish swimmers will take to the pool this weekend (Friday to Sunday) for the first National competition of 2015.  The…

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Tickets Go on Sale for Australian World Championship Trials

The Campbell sisters hope to lead Australia’s women’s team to more 400 free relay success in Kazan after breaking the World Record in 2014.

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Jolyn Fashion Photo Vault: Salted Gems March Lookbook

Photographer: Mallyce Miller mallyce.com – Surfer: Dot Bugbee etsy.com/shop/SaltedGems – Location: Uluwatu, Bali

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Sweetenham Says Brazilian Swimmers Need to Have Less Focus on Short Course

Legendary Australian coach Bill Sweetenham is in Brazil for a conference in Sao Paulo…

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Cielo Will Skip Golden Tour Stop to Compete in Brazil

Brazilian star Cesar Cielo has decided to forgo the next Golden Tour stop in Marseille to compete in Brazil…

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How One-Arm Backstroke Drill Increases Power and Reduces Frontal Drag

World Champion Junya Koga demonstrates the one arm backstroke drill. This swim drill enables the swimmer to isolate the movement and position of the arm during the entry and underwater pull.

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Mid-Week Motivation: Ellesmere College Titans Training “Trailer”

Need some hump day inspiration?  Check out this movie-trailer-esque video produced by the Ellesmere College Titans out of Great Britain…

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Trans World Sport Goes Inside of Alia Atkinson’s World as a Swimmer in the Land of Runners

Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson above shares insights into her training, and what it’s like being a water creature in the land of the world’s fastest land sprinters.

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VIDEO: Scottish Swimming’s 2014 Annual Report Highlights Organization’s Growth from Top to Bottom

In the above video, Scottish Swimming talks about its initiatives in 2014, all the way from the top and their…

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