“Fourth: Drive across America.” Here are six things Michael Phelps should consider pursing now that he is retired.
“When something bad happens, you have three choices. You can either let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.”- Unknown
“Each season would come and go, each summer I would vow to overcome my mental weaknesses and challenges” a piece by Katie Kaestner
Barry Revzin goes even more in depth on the Rio pool, sharing his data.
This video was produced by Hickory Foundation YMCA’s Emmaline Peterson who was also the 1500 freestyle champion at this summers YMCA Long Course Nationals.
Charles Hartley writes about why Katie Ledecky belongs in the same category as Bob Beamon and Secretariat.
Charles Hartley expresses that we should go back to the American pride we had just a week ago, and stop talking about Ryan Lochte.
Now that the excitement of Olympic swimming is claiming down, college recruiting is right around the corner. Here are tips on making the most out of this experience for coaches, parents and prospective student-athletes.
Swimming can seem to be a mental sport sometimes; here are some tips to help your child keep a positive attitude.
Barry Revzin shares with us how he feels there may be a problem with the Rio pool.
Rachael Solway felt that the coverage of the Rio Olympics swimming, particularly on Swim Swam, inspired her to write articles on the performances of many of her ex-teammates and other British athletes.
Steve Schade explains his opinion on performance enhancing drugs (PED).
Daily Dominance is the best way to describe the swimming competition in Rio.
Judd Cribbs shares with us how is 11 month training has been, and if he has finally been able to conquer the flip turn, and the compete in the 50 free.
Reminisce with Charles Hartley on the top 5 most unforgettable swimming moments of the 2016 Rio Olympics.