He gets into what it’s like being at a national team camp with all kinds of athletes and what he learns from sprinters, then compares that to distance races
Tancock takes us through his path of unorthodox training with former teammate turned coach James Gibson as well as his taper meet ritual: a dive-and-glide
Macneil walks through managing nerves, observing her role models, and how she converted her short course success into the 50m pool.
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We sat down with 14-time World Champion and ISL Champion, Olivia Smoliga to get the inside scoop into the Cali Condor secret sauce
it is certainly fun to dream of how a truly professional swimming league could change the whole landscape of what a pro swimmer lifestyle looks like.
Wilson takes us through his COVID training when he swam in an 18-yard pool all the way up to the US Open, throwing down times that put everyone on notice.
Dylan Carter came on in a big way for the LA current this season, especially in backstroke, and he explains how he gained confidence throughout this season
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While Energy Standard put up a valiant effort to defend their league title, the Cali Condors ended up being too much for any team to handle
After not winning a single match last year, Kelsi Dahlia explained the condors’ mindset of not ever letting their foot off the gas this aseason
British star Tom Dean explains how much it takes not only physically but emotionally to get up and give 100% over and over again in the ISL
Cali’s Meghan Small and Beata Nelson, who earlier won the 200 backstroke by over a second, place 2nd and 4th nabbing 12 points for Cali
LA came away with 15 points in the 200 IM thanks to Andrew Seliskar and Tomoe Hvas who finished 1st and 4th, respectively
Rob Woodhouse, GM for the defending runner-up London Roar, is encouraged by what he’s seen out of his team thus far in the bubble