Coaches who inspire are important all the way through a swimming career – and are especially critical in college at every level.
We are feeling torn for our son who is 16, on if he should compete for his high school or if he should skip high school swimming to train with his club team.
As a swim mom for 16 years, parents of younger swimmers sometimes ask me what is the secret to keeping your child engaged in the sport.
One of the most exciting moments in swim meets is watching your child compete on a relay. Unfortunately, there can be some negatives
Do you know why teams, coaches and parents schedule swim meets on school days, with the expectation the kids should skip school and show up
I would follow your coach’s lead and let your daughter enjoy her sleep. There is plenty of time for her to begin morning practices as she gets older.
With solid academics you just might find that D3 schools have great academic money and a balanced college life every athlete deserves.
I miss the little daily things about being an age-group swim mom. Here are six things I miss most about being a swim mom.