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FINIS Set of the Week: The Final Countdown

This week’s set from Andrew Martinez, former Seattle University swimmer includes a countdown of 100s mixed in with some longer and shorter spurts.

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BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week: Nashville Aquatic Club

The Nashville Aquatic Club relay pictured above broke the National Age Group record relay in the 200 medley relay at the 2019 Souther Premier Meet.

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The Push Paddle – NOT Just Another Paddle!

Typical paddles are great for pulling with, but we wanted something that would apply resistance from the top of the stroke in order to build a driving stroke that always pressed forward.

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Fitter & Faster Swim Camps Offers More Locations Than Ever in 2019

The World’s top Swim Camp producer – Fitter and Faster Swim Camps – is offering more locations than ever throughout all of 2019.

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2019 Bolles Swim Camp – Sign Up Today

The Bolles Sharks is very proud of it’s team’s accomplishments since its inception in 1977. In its 39 years of existence, the Bolles Sharks has proven itself as the top team in the state of Florida by winning District, State, Southeastern, Regional, and National competitions as well as setting National Age Group.

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Olympians Giving Back to Summer Swimming

Cullen Jones and Missy Franklin join the First Splash Series Events in NC.

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Fike Swim Signs UGA Standout Megan Kingsley

Fike Swim is thrilled to announce the addition of former U.S. National Teamer and elite butterflier Megan Kingsley to its…

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Vertical Arm Recovery in Butterfly

Recently, I wrote an article on the benefits of a more vertical arm recovery in butterfly, pointing to the techniques used by Rikako Ikee of Japan and Laszlo Cseh of Hungary, as elite examples. The question is should we be teaching young swimmers the high vertical arm recovery in fly to them?

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2019 Neal Studd Swim Camp @ Florida State University

Swim with a 2012 Olympic Head Coach and seven time Coach of the Year on the campus of the Florida State Seminoles!

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Jacob Pebley and Michael Chadwick, aka Pebwick, Sign With TallSlim Tees

Jacob Pebley and Michael Chadwick partner with TallSlim Tees to release the “Pebwick Chronicles” video series.

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FINIS Set of the Week: Iron Man

This set can start on any interval, depending on how many yards you want to do.

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BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week: Denison University Big Red

This week’s BSN Sports Swim Team of the Week, the Denison University Big Red, saw their men’s team roll to a 115-point victory at last month’s Division III NCAA Championships.

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Listen to Parents Swimmers and Coaches About BioOx Air Cleaning Systems

Throughout the past few years, we at BioOx have attended several swim meets and chatted with countless athletes, parents and coaches. We thought this might be a cool opportunity to share some of those recordings and provide a little more insight into why so many people in the swimming community have become big fans of BioOx.

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The Best Workout Writing Software Just Got Better

Commit Swimming launched 4 years ago as a simpler way to write and store workouts digitally. The core piece of Commit is the algorithm that allows you to write a swim practice the way you would on paper while capturing valuable data (distance, time, strokes, etc.) along the way.
And that algorithm just got better.

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2019 Penn State Competitive Swim Camps – Sign Up Today

Penn State Competitive Swimming Camps are open to students entering grades 4-12 next fall. It is preferred, but not required, that swimmers have a year competitive swimming as the camps are not “learn-to-swim” camps. Recent high school graduates not currently enrolled in college are also eligible to attend.  

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