When swimmers take to the field, court or track it can be difficult for their bodies to adjust to activities such as running, but is it really because of swimming?
SHOUT FROM THE STANDS: “Here’s the truth everyone. Not all of us are going to grow up to swim in the Olympics.”
Camillo Cametti, of Verona, Italy, Chairman of ISHOF’s International Selection Committee: “This year’s class of 13 athletes, coaches and contributors represents four aquatic disciplines (swimming, diving, swimming and water polo) from ten different nations.”
In a banner year for British Swimming, Jazz Carlin stood out even among a very tall crowd, as she received 78%…
Small qualified for and competed in the 2014 FINA Short-Course World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
The 2015 IPC World Championships will be held in Glasgow, Scotland this coming July, and tickets are now on sale.
Ryan Bennett is part of a growing training group at the University of Stirling.
Scottish breaststroker Kathryn Johnstone discusses trying her hand at the 200 meter race, and why she’s beginning to enjoy it more-and-more as compared to her primary 50 and 100 meter races.
24-year-old Markus Deibler has decided to call it quits and pursue interests outside of the pool.
In the above video, Scottish Commonwealth Games head coach Graham Wardell gives his final thoughts before heading off to his new post…
The 19-year-old Peaty emerged from relative obscurity this year to become one of the fastest breaststrokers in world history.
The documentary specifically called out swimming among other sports twice. You can read a full English transcript of the documentary here.
To see all of the 2014 Swammy Award winners, presented by TYR, click here. 2014 Honoree: Sharon van Rouwendaal, Netherlands…