For most clubs and coaches, we are faced with a need to grow to support either the club’s financials or its mission.
Editorial by Imelda Wistey Being an athlete consists of small feats in the pursuit of greatness. Many of these feats…
Courtney Bartholomew swam for 4 years at the University of Virginia, where she amassed 19 All-American awards. She was the…
For years, at The Race Club, we have been teaching that with regard to the streamline position, Michael Phelps had it right.
We want our kids to be successful, happy and get the attention they deserve on their swim team. However, conflicts can arise on the team because of poor communication between coaches and parents, swimmers and coaches, or between kids.
Who would have thought that you could fix two strokes with just one drill.
Starting tomorrow (May 9th), RITTER Sports Performance is kicking off the 2017 Swim Strength Summit!
Two World Records and five Italian Records arrived after almost 1,200 races of 640 athletes (over 700 subscribers) who came…
A legacy of UND Swimming and Diving came to an abrupt end this spring. To say I am disappointed by the decision is an understatement.
We are psyched to be in South Florida for the remainder of the summer. That means our videos have a change of venue.
As a swim parent, have you ever wondered about the people standing around the pool, by the blocks, at the corners and the 15-meter mark?
Courtesy of Avery Manbeck 1. Get to know your teammates. 4 a.m. sucks a little less when you’re swimming with…
Becoming a college swimming recruit can be an intimidating process, especially if you and your swimmer are just getting started. It is never too late to start, though, and it is often helpful to break it down into manageable segments.
There’s no more daunting a stroke to swim than butterfly. It’s a stroke where no matter how much you’ve trained or how strong you are, you can lose it with a few strokes of thrashing.