Not every team offers travel trips, but if yours does, your kids will benefit from them. Team travel means swimmers travel to a meet or other activity that is planned or supervised by the team or LSC—without mom and dad driving and staying with their kids.
While it is nice to win NCAA titles, sweep championships and demolish records, the things that matter in the college experience run deeper and will you change you forever.
Courtesy:Jakka Shemeikka As a part of our Research, Development and Innovation functions, Olympic Training Center Rovaniemi is running a competitive…
In addition to improving their swimming, here are three ways kids benefit with morning practice.
For parents who drive to meets to watch for countless hours, what makes some meets stand out from others? Why are some meets more fun?
by Rachel Lutz Ben Proud doesn’t pull any punches when summing up his dedication to the sprint events. “Sprint has…
If your child wants to swim in college there are several things for parents to consider. First—the most important question is—does your child want to swim in college—or, is this what you want?
Eney Jones sat down with Mike Curley, the head coach of the Orlando Highlanders, at the Flowers Sea Swim in the Cayman Islands, to talk about his team’s trip to and performances at the open water competition.
You may have been training more lately, focusing on your diet, and even addressing your sleep patterns, but what about supplementation?
Growth and progress doesn’t come from staying where you feel comfortable. That only happens outside of your comfort zone.
When your child goes off to college, the experience of swim parenting will change. Be prepared for a new role as the parent of a collegiate student-athlete.
Haley Anderson was the first American woman to medal in Open Water. She won a silver medal in the 2012 Olympics in the 10k. Anderson also made the 2016 Olympic Team in Rio in the 10k.
Have you noticed that swimming lingo works its way into other areas of your life? Here are seven expressions swim parents use in everyday life that relate to swimming.
I always dreamed about going Division I. I’m pretty sure it’s every 13-year-old boy’s dream of whatever sport they play. Unfortunately life happens, you don’t have enough talent, or you just didn’t work hard enough, etc.… After an awesome senior year I decided to take my swim career to SUNY Geneseo and follow both my brothers’ footsteps into Division III.