5-time Olympic medalist, Josh Davis, interviews Olympic gold medalist Peter Vanderkaay. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
“Why is the focus on the top swimmers? Why don’t younger kids get more attention?”
Swimming for a gold medal club is tough. Here are five misconceptions about gold medal clubs that always win the state meet.
Ryan Lochte doesn’t get “out of shape” like most of us when we stop swimming, but his expression in this photo is essentially the way it feels when you stop swimming, then try working out again.
# 3 – You have to be willing to try new things in order to see new results.
A Division I head swimming coach struggles over whether or not to buy the expensive kneeskin suits for his kids, only 7 and 10 years old. What would you do?
In part 6, the Viking forays into training styles and tackles the ever-popular and ever-contentious Ultra-Short Race Pace Training, or USRPT.
This opinion piece is courtesy of Franco Pacheco. There is a moment when an athlete or coach walks onto a…
In what has been an amazing conference championship’s season, an elephant has been sneaking onto the deck.
#1 – You can’t fix it now.
#4 – Expect the unexpected as you prepare for your first college swimming championships.
If you’ve been feeling burnt out lately, it’s ok. It’s been a long season, and even though we’re on the home stretch, it can be hard to motivate yourself.
“Denny (Coach Pursley) taught me the relationship between work and reward.” Glenn Mills, co-founder of GoSwim.tv and U.S. Olympian.
Since the mile isn’t a part of the regular meet schedule but happens to be swum at most championships meets, the coming of the mile is something of an event.