Odds are you’re just getting back into training and remembering how hard swimming actually is. Callum Ng has 5 things you might be missing and some tips to deal with your pain. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Sport dominated our world for the time during London 2012. But after, contributor Callum Ng, was left with a very sobering reflection.
There’s pressure on Michael Phelps to succeed in London and ensure his final Olympic chapter includes touches of the greatness we saw in Beijing.
Since 2009, world records have been scarcely found in the swimming pool. That will all change in London, with a handful of very real world record possibilities.
The Olympic Women’s swimming competition is a compelling mix of stars in the making and seasoned veterans. Here are a handful of battles for gold that you just can’t miss.
The Olympics are all about epic swimming showdowns. Two swimmers, one gold medal. Defending Olympic Champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea, (pictured), will have to contend with rising star Sun Yang of China.
SwimSwam contributor Callum Ng believes Ryan Lochte is a bigger star than Michael Phelps because Ryan is currently more accomplished and more recognizable. Do you agree?
SwimSwam’s Callum Ng caught up with Stephanie Rice of Australia at the 2012 Mel Zajac International in Vancouver, BC
Scott Dickens, winner of the 100 Breaststroke shares how it feels to make it back to the Olympics after eight years (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)
Marha McCabe talks with SwimSwam Reporter Callumn Ng about the 24 hour prep before her races at Canadian Olympic Trials (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)
World Record Holder Annamay Pierse talks about her preparations leading up to the big meet. (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)
Hanna Pierse talks to Callum Ng about her experiences at past Olympic Trials (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)
Former Canadian National Team member is on deck at Canadian Olympic Trials, getting exclusive news and interviews from the top swimmers (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)