The muscles in the shoulder and arm act as a stabilizing chains helping to control movement. This is so important for swimming.
Some say that Katie Ledecky’s 800 and 1500 world records are the greatest among women’s records. Others say none can match Sarah Sjostrom’s 50 butterfly.
Working full time with these kids makes me realize how much they feel like family to me. Their struggles have also become mine.
Sometimes life takes us on a detour so we can follow the path we were destined to travel all along. Maybe it has happened to you …
if you lose…it’s just an opportunity to go about it differently next time around. Always be prepared to learn… no matter what.
We can’t control how fast our kids swim or who is in the lane next to them. But there are a few things we can do to help make meets a success.
Educators are reframing learning processes to be “challenge based; learning focused” instead of “result based; work focused.”
I lay in my bed and contemplate whether to actually get up or not, I eventually do because I have to swim as well as coach.
We’ve hit the one-year countdown mark. The first swimming event at the Tokyo Summer Olympics will splash down in one year.
On Sunday, Adam Peaty became the first man to break 57 seconds in the 100 breaststroke. Could a swimmer be capable of a similar performance in another event?
I’m concerned because my son who is a good swimmer, hasn’t gotten any offers from colleges, but his friends have already committed.
Our series counts down the supersuited world records most and least likely to be broken. We wrap up with Tier 1: the records that are probably going to fall.
We’re counting down the remaining super-suited world records from least to most breakable. Today: Tier 2 – the records that could fall soon.
The USA Women’s Soccer team won another championship. The media coverage and aftermath propels girls and women who compete foreword in so many ways.