Swimming is an amazing and life-changing sport. You get to be part of an incredible community that becomes a part of you.
More than a quarter of voters selected the 200 free as the most fun event to watch, beating a field of five other events by more than 30 votes.
When swimmers make progress, they often get noticed by the coach and maybe even the local press.
We’re a funny bunch. We dunk our heads into water for hours at a time and have staring matches with a black tiled line (usually losing). We don’t shave our bodies for months at a time, and spend thousands of hours training in order to drop tenths or hundredths of a second.
Another good day of swimming at the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series Mesa Day 2. Here are more images from…
Having spent most of my life on deck and in the pool I recently heard the best advice a swim parent give their little swimmer.
The GOAT’s mom is asked constantly for the secret to success. Her answer? Parents parent, coaches coach, and swimmers swim.
2018 Summer Preview prints mid May. Our theme is summer heart, The Sprint Issue. Inside this massive magazine you will enjoy profiles on the biggest sprinters in history. As always, the Summer Preview will breakdown the biggest meets of the summer, providing you the what, why and how to enjoy them.
Swimmers at the YMCA National Championships put their competitive rivalries aside last week to create a memorial devotional and banner for Nick Dworet, the high school senior and swimmer slain in a school shooting in February.
People commonly see yoga as a series of physical skills that improve strength, mobility and body awareness. Yoga is also an incredible way to work on your mental skills while developing your physical abilities…
6 out of 10 voters in our most recent poll agree with Katie Ledecky’s timing to turn pro after two collegiate seasons.
As swim parents, there may be an afternoon or early morning when our children don’t want to
go to practice.
As most of the girls on my team know, I have a theory that if you don’t want to quit swimming at least twice a week you’re not working hard enough.
Coaching is a demanding job and can drain your physical, mental and emotional energy. One way to restore that energy is through exercise.
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