“This is an open letter to Sir Craven asking for his help in fixing the classification problems. Without his help, no progress will be made.” By Layne Bro.
PUMP UP VIDEO! “A new season is here giving all swimmers new opportunities to swim fast. We are fresh off the Olympics and inspiration is running high.”
There are 3 keys to having an elite mindset with your nutrition plan.
12 reasons why it is beneficial for swim parents to dive in the pool and join a masters program.
Process is the long game and the massive outlay of time and energy whose reality lies below the surface, away from the spotlight and the crowds.
As a swim parent, we want the best for our kids. We want them to be on the best team, have great friends and a fabulous coach.
Let’s get one thing out of the way first: it’s called the Paralympics, not the “ParaOlympics.”
“You’re an idiot. You can’t write. You don’t make any sense” – This is how Charles Hartley has been greeted on the SwimSwam page recently, and he has something things to say to the commentators.
If for a class at the University of Texas this Fall, Joseph Schooling had been assigned to write an essay, “What I Did on My Summer Vacation?,” the letter might read something like this.
Do you think swimmers are, on average, more intelligent and better students than athletes focused on other sports?
Now that Jaeger is a member of Team WHOOP, he’s adapted his mental and physical approach to training.
We’re about four years away from when Tokyo holds the 2020 Summer Olympics swimming events. Until then, what are swimming people supposed to do?
“Following the exact same route as the book, I swam from the island of Ile d’If to the island of Ile Tiboulen de Maire across the bay of Marseille. The distance was 7.5 km and it took 2 hrs 5 mins. Water temperature was 21 degrees.”
“Fourth: Drive across America.” Here are six things Michael Phelps should consider pursing now that he is retired.