As the physical demand of training lightens with taper and you spend less time at the pool, how you manage the remaining hours in your day becomes more critical.
Reach your body’s peak performance level by diminishing training volume—enabling your body to recover from the physiological stress of months of heavy training. Literature suggests the taper period should involve a reduction to 40-60% of one’s training volume to maximize performance gains.
The eight inductees, including Tara Kirk and Rick Schavone will be honored at a private reception and dinner at Bing Concert Hall on Friday, Oct. 16.
Courtesy of “swammer” Jeremy Kane, who is currently running for Mayor of Nashville, Tennessee. You can find out more about him and his campaign at KaneForMayor.com
Former Stanford swimming and water polo head coach Jim Gaughran has been selected for enshrinement into the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) as an Honor Coach.
Stanford felt right at home, allowing the national championship to stay on The Farm.
It seems as though a Texas win is all but guaranteed tonight as the final day of competition lingers in Iowa. Texas is entering day two with 399 points, a whopping 124 points ahead of Cal who sit in second with 275.
David Nolan posts a 1:39.38 to win the 200 IM at the 2015 Men’s NCAA D1 Swimming and Diving Championships, becoming the first swimmer in history to break 1:40.
After announcing that NC State was disqualified for an early take-off, NCAA officials announced that the call was appealed and…
Simonas Bilis (above) will try to lead the NC State Wolfpack to their first-ever NCAA relay title in the 200 freestyle relay.
Our picks for swimmer of the meet, diver of the meet, freshman of the meet, and coach of the year from the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving championships.
The three swimmers above all return from the Trojans’ title-winning 800 free relay last year in hopes to defend their crown.
One of the only situations which Georgia can beat Cal without Cal swimmers grabbing a DQ is if all the Georgia swimmers get the maximum amount of points tonight, and all the Cal swimmers get the least amount of points possible. In that situation, Georgia would grab 141 points with Cal taking 48. That would allow Georgia to win the meet by just nine points.
Women’s NCAA Championships Day 3 Ups/Downs: Tight team battle set up for fourth behind Cal, Georgia, and Stanford.
Coming in to day 3, the leading Cal bears put up another big morning with 8 swims to score in…
Courtesy of Lisa Falzone, a former varsity swimmer and graduate of Stanford University, who is the co-founder and CEO of iPad point of sale platform Revel Systems.