I’m a swim film festival fan, and I love this swimming video, this murky water fantasy produced by Tomek Ducki,…
I’m a swim film festival fan, and I love this swimming video produced by Maia Media, titled Gone Swimming.
Phelps is on track for a great 100 fly this summer. PREDICTION: The Phelps, Lochte and le Clos 100 fly will be the race of the year. Phelp and Lochte go sub 50.8, but only one of them gets past le Clos. What’s your prediction?
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Fresh off of his 2012 London Olympic gold medal performances, Ryan Lochte stars with actors Patrick Stewart, Simon Pegg and Maisie Williams…
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Here are my picks for the 100 meter butterfly Olympic final: Phelps in 50.7 McGill: 50.9 le Clos: 51.1 What…
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