Swim training can often feel quite repetitive and it can feel like you are chugging along simply ‘maintaining’ speed and fitness and not actually moving forward.
There’s always quite a bit of former Division I swimming representation at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, and…
Elite triathlon coach Matt Dixon reveals the approach he has used to turn age-group triathletes into elite professionals and champions.
NCAA set to expand Olympic sports at DI Institutions.
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Johns Hopkins senior Katie Rownd finished 33rd overall with a time of 2:17.10 at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in London…
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Women’s triathlon is on the verge of being named an NCAA emerging sport, which is one step closer to full NCAA Championship status. (Photo: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)
For many open water races there’s more to just swimming. Having strong entry and exit skills can influence your final finish position. Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography
In this workout we’re focusing on the variable speeds executed at different poins of the race. As you may know,…
Professional triathletes on the swim leg at the 2013 ITU stop in San Diego last weekend. Many of the top athletes were in the 16 minute range for the 1500 swim (yeah they’ve got the buoyancy of the wetsuits but that’s still fast). Photo credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography