Dressel’s walls are second to none, and he uses them well in this race. Starting with maintaining the fastest turns in the field at about 0.55 seconds, followed by fast and long underwaters.
Joseph Schooling, 100m fly 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist was a shoe-in for a big performance, but he had to contend with Longhorns teammate Jack Conger and Florida Gator Caeleb Dressel.
You’ve trained hard, you’ve stuck to your nutritional plan, and now the day you’ve been working tirelessly toward, race day, is finally here.
Hoping you are finding a bit of time to breathe in-between some of the hectic swims going on at the meet. Absolutely crazy whats going on.
Getting the right nutrients, including vitamins and minerals, in the right amounts will enable your body to maximize its recovery and help you perform to your true potential.
When you’re heading to your next swimming workout, from work or class, nutrition may be the last thing on your mind. However, the right nutrition can be the difference between you crashing mid-workout out having a great session.
S.R.Smith has just added Sentry Lifeguard Chairs to their comprehensive line of lifeguard stands.
Butterfly. It’s a beast of a stroke. Most competitive swimmers can comfortably swim a 100 of it, let alone a recreational swimmer.
Open Water Planet and MySwimPro announced an official partnership on Wednesday, geared at overhauling the overall swim training experience.
We’ve mentioned before how important sleep is for swimmers and how it can impact your overall health and athletic training program.
The freestyle events at the NCAA D1 Women’s Championships have been especially exciting this year with some of the fastest swimming ever seen.
The 200 Free Final was one of the most anticipated races of the Women’s NCAA D1 Championships, but I don’t think anyone could have expected what was about to happen.
Zinc plays an important part in the growth, repair, and recovery of muscle tissue, which is a crucial part of any athlete’s training protocol. Low zinc levels can negatively impact on athletes’ muscle repair and overall recovery.
The 200 Free Relay is always a battle to the finish, and this year was no different.
Often underestimated by swimmers, coaches, and parents, getting enough quality sleep is a critical part of preparing for your big swim event. While we sleep, our bodies repair and recover, they consolidate memories and prepare us for the next day.