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4 Reasons Why USRPT May Work for Your Swimming Career – Video Feature

Michael Andrew is a USRPT Athlete. He owns 75 National Age Group Records.

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15 Swim Jobs You Might Love

If you are jobless or 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 15 Swim Jobs you might love…

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The 7 Wonders of the Swimming Pool World

While some of these locations may not be the newest, the largest or the prettiest, they all have something in common: culture. Be it surviving a World War, or complementing a beach town, these locations have greatly influenced the shape of swimming as we see it now.

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Swim Speed Secrets For Swimmers and Triathletes

SWIM SPEED STROKES breakS down the pull, kick, core movement, and timing of elite swimmers PVK, Rebecca Soni, Aaron Peirsol, Rowdy Gaines, Ashley Whitney, Vlad Morozov, Ariana Kukors, Andrew Gemmell, Laura Sogar, Nicolas Fink, Elizabeth Beisel, Doug Reynolds & Melanie Margalis.

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4 Tips for Being a More Consistent Swimmer in Practice

Consistency is one of the hallmarks of championship swimmers. Here are 4 tips for becoming a more consistent swimmer in training.

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Team TYR Trio Earns Tickets to the 2015 FINA World Championships

TYR Sport is proud to announce that three of its athletes — Matt Grevers, Michael McBroom and Jimmy Feigen– have earned bids to the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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USA Swimming Foundation Fantasy Camps Offer Chance to Live Like an Olympian

The inaugural 2014 Youth Fantasy Camp for ages 12-17 will be held October 9–12, followed by an adult Fantasy Camp for ages 18 and older from October 17-19. Space is limited, with registration deadlines on September 3 for youth camp and September 10 for adult camp.

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3 Tips to Make Your Swimsuit Last Longer

Is your swimwear not lasting as long as you would like? If you’re wearing your swimsuit in chlorinated water on a regular basis, there are few things to lengthen your swimsuits life.

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Building a Foundation for Success in Swimming

One of the best resources an athlete has access to is their coach. A suggestion from Michael Klueh, a Dolfin sponsored athlete and swimmer at Club Wolverine, is to have a goal meeting with your coach.

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Should Men Be Allowed in Synchro at FINA Worlds?

FINA does not allow men to compete in synchronized swimming. Why not? I don’t really know, and I’d appreciate anyone willing to explain it in the comments section.

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5 Ways to Prepare for Preseason Swim Training

How you prepare yourself leading up to preseason makes a huge impact on the way you handle the next couple of weeks. Let’s discuss a few tips so you can hit the ground running with training and truly maximize your preseason potential.

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Swim Training: The Importance Of Technique and Timing in Backstroke

Backstroke requires an intricate coordination between head position, chest rotation and hip alignment all of which are tied closely to one thing: timing.

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Ian Thorpe Exclusive SwimSwam Video Interview

9-time Olympic medalist and Australian Swim Star Ian Thorpe shares his thoughts on watching the races at the 2014 European Championships.

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How to Improve your Flexibility

Flexibility is an important part of every swimmer’s training, but it is often overlooked. Not only does flexibility improve your range of motion, but it also protects against injury. Let’s discuss a few ways you can improve your flexibility within your training to improve your athleticism in the water.

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Getting Back in the Water After a Long Layoff? Start Here.

Getting back into the water after a long break can be daunting. Here are 5 tips for making the transition from couch potato to high flyin’ swimmer a little easier.

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