We’ve all been there: months of dreaming, hours of training, and an absurd amount of meticulous planning for the day when you meet that coveted qualifying standard. And then you don’t.
Earlier this week, I read an important quote about the importance of finding your circle – or as some call it – your tribe. Nowhere is this more important than in college swimming.
It has been just over five years since my life changed forever and I have spent so much time trying make sense of what I was supposed to learn from my back injury that ended my collegiate athletic career.
With the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games fast-approaching, Japanese multinational video game developer and publisher Sega has announced its launch of ‘Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game.’
Renowned publisher Rowman & Littlefield is thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of Olympic Gold Medalist, host / broadcaster, and DC Trident General Manager Kaitlin Sandeno’s memoir – Golden Glow.
Despite a big swim from Australia’s Kyle Chalmers last week, nearly 70% of voters are still picking Caeleb Dressel to win this summer’s World Championships gold medal in the 100 free.
Are winning and victory the same thing? Therefore, are losing and defeat then also the same? Can I win and lose at the same time? Do I know what victory feels like? How about defeat?
Thru added knowledge of shaping the physics, we know that if we want to get closer to the truth, we need to add another layer to our training. It’s not just about quality and quantity anymore, it’s also about Conscious and Subconscious training strategies.