If you are Michael Phelps fan, you will appreciate seeing Mr. Swimming at the beginning, when his star was rising rapidly.
Olympic Champion Nathan Adrian has it. Here are 6 ways that you can adopt the mindset of an elite swimmer.
Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps will add another Olympian to the lineup in North Baltimore.
Phelps’ career-long coach Bob Bowman does the heavy lift in this PSA, but Phelps is the backdrop, swimming with his North Baltimore Aquatic Club teammates, and Phelps weighs-in at the end with a strong message.
Even top level swimmers like Jimmy Feigen can have bad swims. Here are 5 ways to bounce back the next time you have a bad performance at the pool.
Denmark’s Lotte Friis says despite changing club representation in Denmark, she’s thrilled with her training at NBAC.
Cal’s Dave Durden is one of 67 coaches to be named to the U.S. National Team coaching staff for the upcoming season.
Controversy hasn’t kept Phelps from leading the fan-vote in all three categories for which he’s a named nominee for the 2014 Golden Goggles Awards.
French star and Olympic gold medalist Yannick Agnel has taken another change of course, moving on to his third coach in…
#FantasySwimming goes international, expands to two leagues for Pan Pacs & ‘Ricky’ returns to defend Lane4 title
After a highly-successful run in its official debut at U.S. Nationals, the newly-formed sport of #FantasySwimming is back for the Pan Pacific Championships, now expanded into two separate leagues.
In April of this year, Bob Bowman and Teri McKeever were named the men’s and women’s head coaches by USA Swimming….
Rick DeMont is the first assistant that has been publicly named as a part of the 2014 Pan Pacs coaching staff, according to the University of Arizona.
In a Saturday afternoon press conference, USA Swimming National Team Director Frank Busch specifically addressed questions about the two-year selection process that USA Swimming uses in the two years leading up to an Olympic Games.
Tom Shields beats Michael Phelps by .01 in 100 butterfly. Shield touched at 51.29 to Phelps’ 51.30.
Missing your wall in a race is not fun, something all swimmers understand. Your coach giving you a hard time about it…that’s fun….and priceless!