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Olivier Leroy

Hey, It Really Is Mind Over Matter (Or How I Became a Sub-3:00 Minute 200 Freestyle Kicker)

You know those moments in your training where you do something you have never done before? You reach a new height or speed that you never thought was possible? Here is how to harness that powerful feeling so that you can consistently improve in the pool.

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Race Club Turkey Circuit – A Thanksgiving Day Swimming Workout

Here is a Thanksgiving-day workout that both sprinters and distance swimmers can do, and hopefully, will like, even though it is a tough one. We call it the Race Club Turkey Circuit.

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Coach's Log

Coach’s Intel: Islanders Aquatics and RAC Dual Out a Challenge Set

Islanders Aquatics and the Retriever Aquatic Club got together and had a challenge set recently where the winning team got the losing team’s caps. Here is how it went down.

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The 8 reasons why you should be at practice

The 8 reasons why you should be at practice

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15 Swimmer Stereotypes We Love and Hate

15 Swimmer Stereotypes we love and hate. Which one are you?

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23 World Class Swimming Stats You Need To Know

#10 – “43” – the number of meters Phelps was underwater streamline kicking in his World Record 200 IM.

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Get Your Freestyle Head Position Right – Roland Schoeman Swimisode

Roland Schoeman shows how head elevation slows your technique while Junya Koga swims freestyle effortlessly with his head in the correct swimming technique.

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CopyMe: More of YOUR swimming content just added

Since CopyMe debuted last week, users started creating their own content using this feature in the app. Just yesterday, we reloaded the library with this content for you to browse and try. Now, take your turn to “drop off your moves” at the CopyMe library.

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5 Life Lessons You Will Get From Swimming

There is so much more to the sport of swimming than best times and endless morning workouts with your best friends. Here are 5 life lessons you’ll pick up during your swimming career.

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Mizzou’s Dani Barbiea Throws Down NCAA’s First “A” Cut

The Mizzou Tigers dominated the first session of the Mizzou Invitational

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TYR Sport Signs Olympic Gold Medalist Claire Donahue

TYR Sport is proud to announce the addition of 25-year-old Olympic Gold Medalist Claire Donahue to its athlete roster.

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3 Ways to do a Shoulder Safe Swimming Workout

Practicing proper technique is arguably the #1 measure you can take to prevent or recover from an overuse injury. To avoid technique that can aggravate an injury, warm-up with 3-5 drills before every workout.

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How to Get Into the Flow State With Your Swimming

Those moments where we enter a state of flow with our swimming is hard to describe. The ease and power seems almost mystical. Here is how to more readily enter that magical state of flow in the pool.

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Dolfin signs Olympic Swimmer Andrew Gemmell

Dolfin, Jade Swimwear, LP, is proud to announce the sponsorship of Olympic distance swimmer Andrew Gemmell to its roster of elite athletes.

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Caribbean Swimmer Elvis Burrows Signs with Funky Trunks

Aussie label Funky Trunks has its new swimming king! US-based Caribbean swimmer, Elvis Burrows has signed with the brand as it launches its latest collection at SwimOutlet.com and pumps out a very cool GoPro video

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Develop Explosive Power and Flexibility – Dry Land Training

Gary Hall Sr: “There are three different facets of dry land training, all of which are important; strength training, stretching and fitness. I am not aware of any elite swimmer that does not incorporate a dry land program into his or her training.”

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