Swimmers have a language unto themselves. The way we talk to each other is different from the way we talk to our non-swimmer friends. Here are ten examples…
Anthony Ervin gets sage warm up advice from Coach Jack Roach…
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We’ve all been there — 12 swimmers, 1 lane. Here are 10 ways to be an awesome lane-mate when lane space is at a premium.
The 100 IM is a race many swimmers would love to have!
We are seeking a motivated, aspiring coach who will assist coaching a Division I swimming team in the Pac-12 Conference. Duties will include daily on-deck coaching, on campus recruiting, and additional duties as determined by the head coach.
Maximizing your potential in the pool is hard enough without having to deal with self-inflicted negativity. Here are 6 toxic thoughts every swimmer should drop.
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Gary Hall Sr: “I consider frontal drag the number one enemy of the swimmer. In the medium of our sport, water, which is about 800 times denser than air, drag forces impact the speed of a swimmer at significantly lower speeds than in air.”
Summer meets can be long and your amount of travel can quickly add up. Elite athletes respond to these circumstances by staying consistent with their routines and continuing to treat their bodies well with healthy choices on the road.
Who wouldn’t want to work in swimming? The sport of swimming is great!
Bryant University, a NCAA D1 member of the Northeast Conference, is seeking applicants for a GA Coaching position for the Men’s and Women’s Swim Team.
#2 Napping. Olympic Champion Nathan Adrian must know what we’re talking about. Sprinters are fast, but big, strong sprinters love to nap.
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When joining a new swim club for the first time, a swimmer undoubtedly has numerous questions running through his or her head: How will I fit in with the rest of the team? Will I be able to connect well with the coach? Am I going to be the slowest swimmer on deck?