Watch some exclusive scenes of “Swim to Music” sponsored athlete Marcelo Chierighini, a 2012 Brazilian Olympian
Ryan Lochte doesn’t get “out of shape” like most of us when we stop swimming, but his expression in this photo is essentially the way it feels when you stop swimming, then try working out again.
# 3 – You have to be willing to try new things in order to see new results.
Ed Sullivan, who was once engaged to swim star Sybil Bauer, hosted a delegation from the International Swimming Hall of Fame on his iconic television show.
Below is a press release courtesy the Midwestern Swimming coaches’ clinic. April 25th and 26th, Midwestern Swimming is hosting a…
A Division I head swimming coach struggles over whether or not to buy the expensive kneeskin suits for his kids, only 7 and 10 years old. What would you do?
Swimming news courtesy of Elvis Burrows YMCA of Greater Louisville and JCPS After-School Program Southwest Family YMCA 2800 Fordhaven Road Presents…
Mental noise, internal and external pressure, and the environment can greatly determine any race’s success.
The Zombie Patrol swim team is a group students with special challenges who attend the Arch Academy in San Diego….
Over 300 swimmers representing 13 teams travelled to the Tupelo Aquatic Center to compete in the 4 day championship meet.
Coach Dave Barney’s 22nd title was led by Junior Anthony Kim, whose performances contributed to two new state records and four state titles.
This opinion piece is courtesy of Franco Pacheco. There is a moment when an athlete or coach walks onto a…
#1 – You’re horrible at IM, but you wish the 100 IM was an event in NCAA swimming.
Shouts From the Stands: Imagine The Possibility of the USA Hosting an Impossible World Championships
USA Swimming has plenty of experience of hosting major swimming events, including one of the biggest in the world: the Olympic Team Trials.
Eric McGinnis: “Ultra Short Race Pace Training (USRPT) is one of the most widely debated topics in swimming at the moment. It’s also one of the worst names ever created for a training program.”