There were some exciting races during finals of the Atlantic 10 Champs tonight, including a new A10 Conference Record. Women’s…
The first full day of individual events was packed with excitement and some quick swims, resulting in a new Conference…
Talk of separate races for TUE (therapeutic use exemption) athletes is not new.
The first night of the Atlantic 10 Championships started with a lot of excitement and some upsets in the relays.
Do you want to swim breastroke more efficiently? The Breastroke Lane Line drill is just what you need. Successful breastrokers do it. Why shouldnt you?
As swim parents, most of us are extremely involved in our children’s lives. Our kids have tough schedules with practices before and after school, plus weekends spent at meets. They balance their busy swim schedules with academics and trying to have a “normal” lif
By Robert Sullivan, in the second part of a five-piece series They swim to reach goals. We all set goals…
One of the more important aspects of improving our swimming technique is minimizing drag in our stroke. You can gain precious time in your race by simply avoiding the extra drag that results in bad body position.
Now that conference season is upon us, one of the questions that preys upon everyone’s mind is what will it take to get in?
Last week was another milestone in my daughter’s long swim career when her school held a signing ceremony for athletes headed to college for their sports.
Witness the sights and sounds of an electric collegiate environment as the University of Florida Gators face the University of Tennessee Volunteers. All 360° of it. The prototype for virtual reality in swimming coverage.
For Katie Lyons, state runner-up in the 200 Breast at the 2016 SC Long Course Championship Meet, member of Hilton Head Aquatics Swim Club and USA Swimming, a love for the sport began at 7 months old when her toes touched the pool’s water for the first time.
For every event, other than the 50-meter sprint, the pulling motion of elite freestylers is strikingly similar. We often refer to that correct motion as the high elbow pull. Some call it early vertical forearm.
Parents who are former swimmers have an advantage over us, non-swimming parents. They understand first hand about the hard work and effort that goes into swimming on a daily basis.