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LA Current Coach David Marsh responds to SwimSwam’s Breakdown topic, the ISL Draft Fumble. He also unpacks his strategy through the regular season.
Coming off of a roller coaster summer with the top 400m IM time in the world (4:08.46), Carson Foster uses his NIL to partner with Mizuno.
Chris explains why now is the time for coaches to become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC). Enrollment to Become SSDC goes through Sep14th.
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Cal alums and U.S. National Team swimmers Nathan Adrian and Will Copeland expand their swim lesson business into a USA Swimming swim club.
7-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel has not rested since before the 2016 Olympics, and he intends to keep going through ISL Season 3.
Florida Gator and 2-time Olympic champion Bobby Finke is our cover, the most dominant distance swimming star in the world.
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Baumann’s leadership in sport is covered here, an unpacking of the run-up to Swimming Australia’s success at the 2020 Olympic Games
4-time Olympic medalist Summer Sanders unpacks the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, putting her Swim Nerd cap on regarding key races.
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We sat down with SwimSwam’s head of photography and man on the scene snapping all the pics at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Jack Spitser.
Olympic medalist Bruno Fratus has dropped a 21 second 50m free performance over 90-times in his career. He alone owns that astounding metric…
3-time Olympic medalist Katie Hoff has experienced the Olympic pressure-cooker. She helps us unpack the 400 IM, 200 IM, 400 and 200 free.
Peirsol allows us inside the intimate inner-circle of U.S. backstroke champions, going back to John Naber from the 1976 Olympic Games.
Lezak unpacks Team USA’s gold medal performance last night, detailing Dressel’s leadoff, the exchanges and Zach Apple’s monster anchor swim.