MEN’S 100 METER BREASTSTROKE – US NATIONALS PREVIEW Day 4, Saturday, August 9th Defending national champ: Kevin Cordes (59.99) Defending U.S….
RICH ROLL PODCAST WITH REBECCA SONI Rebecca Soni gets the Rich Roll treatment, nearly two and half hours of conversation…
A man who revolutionized breaststroke has passed away today, a great loss for the Indiana University, Polish American, and Breaststroke communities alike.
Swim Video is courtesy of David Marsh Performance and Queens University of Charlotte, a SwimSwam Swim Camp Partner. This video…
Breeja Larson is the two-time defending champion in this event; she just set the NCAA record at SECs, how much faster can she get?
Swimming Video is courtesy of SwimMAC Elite & David Marsh Performance Swim Camps.
Michael Andrew is one of the headliners at the Schroeder YMCA A+ meet in Brown Deer, Wisconsin this weekend, and on…
Breaststroke specialist and 2013 NCAA champion Laura Sogar is the newest member of Arena’s North American roster of elite athletes, the Portland, Ore.-based company announced today. Sogar completed her collegiate swimming career at the University of Texas in 2013.
Connor Hoppe is a breaststroke behemoth at 6’5 with 200+ pounds of pure muscle. He’s been a 54.81 in the 100 yards breaststroke and a 1:03.48 in the 100 meters breaststroke. Hoppe recently signed his NLI to Cal.
Finding and maintaining a consistent tempo while swimming breaststroke is the cornerstone for an efficient stroke. One way to achieve this optimal stroke tempo for breaststroke is to use the Tempo Trainer Pro. (Featured Image: Anthony Ervin, Olympic Champion)
Mike Alexandrov, World Champion (USA) and Olympian (for Bulgaria), shares how he felt about the breaststroke competition. It was fast,…
Breaststroke is arguably the most difficult stroke to coach, whether your swimmers are new to the sport or have more experience. Having said that, a well executed breaststroke is a thing of beauty and is well worth the time spent perfecting it.
‘’I’m going to miss my teammates the most,’’ said Dickens, who also competed at two Commonwealth Games, two Pan Am Games and three FINA World Championships.
Roland Schoeman keeps his streak alive with another victory in the 50 breaststroke at the Doha World Cup.
Megan Jendrick, one of the United States’ most beloved Olympians, has officially retired. She won two gold medals at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney; in the 100 breaststroke and as a member of the women’s 4×100 medley relay. At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing Jendrick netted a third Olympic medal, a silver.