A member of the 2023 NCAA recruiting class shares some advice and tips on the recruiting process for this year’s crop of student-athletes.
“The moment summer training commences, it becomes our summer; exceptionally challenging but an absolute blast.”
Book Excerpt: The Watermen reveals the incredible underdog story of the birth of American swimming and its first swimmer to win Olympic gold.
A thank you letter from swimmer to coach upon the conclusion of the past season in the pool.
Part 2 of a series documenting a former swimmer’s journey back to the pool.
Paying attention to the little things, like electrolytes, can make all the difference in training plateaus or personal bests.
After winning an upset gold medal in the 4×100 medley relay back in 1972 in Ulster, John Irwin and Turlough O’Hagan swam a Masters meet alongside one another.
Five questions with 99-year-old Masters swimmer Charlotte Sanddal, who is turning her focus to butterfly “because there is not a lot of competition.”
Here are 10 ways to take care of yourself outside of the pool to optimize your time inside it.
Part I of this two-part series features a conversation with 65-year-old Tracy Grilli on the power of positive thinking.
SwimSwam presents this poem in recognition of U.S. Masters Swimming’s “Coach Appreciation Week,” May 2-8.
A look into how applying leadership skills to swimming lessons can not only benefit the kids outside of the pool, but also with their ability in the water.
Claudio Battaglini applies his physiology expertise to train some of the best swimmers in North Carolina while also working on cancer research.
“I swim so I don’t choke people.” “I swim so I don’t punch people in the face” —- Slogans on tank tops available on Amazon.
Part II of The Brothers Gravley In The Open Sea features a conversation with Brennan on his open water performances and training at the University of Florida.