SwimSwam Pulse: 75% of Voters Banking On 7 Or Fewer WRs in Tokyo

Nearly 75% of voters are expecting a very limited number of world records at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics: 7 or fewer total world record swims.


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Natural Talent: Expectation vs. Reality

If you are at the top of your age group, this is your reminder to continue to work hard. The work never stops, no matter how good you are.


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5 Unlikely Tokyo 2020 Journeys: Femke Heemskerk and the Glory of Gold

Five athletes, five journeys with a common destination and a date: Tokyo – July 23rd, 2021. Five stories to be…


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US Olympian Kathleen Baker Announces Engagement To US Marine Sean Dowling

The 2016 Olympian and former 100 backstroke world record announced her engagement to the former Vanderbilt football player via Instagram.

Learn to Swim Program Launches in Cincinnati for Low Income Families

Cincinnati’s Mercy Health and former Xavier University swimmer Tony Miller partnered together to provide free swimming lessons to help stop child drownings.

The Power of Deliberate Decision-Making

Making conscious decisions is one thing that will dramatically improve your way of living and, as a result, your overall performance.

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Heathwood Coach Sets Wetsuited Endless Pool Swimming Record

On Friday, June 11th, Dave Tonge of Wales completed a 24-hour wetsuited swim in an endless pool, setting a world record in the process.

Shouts From The Stands: A Response To FINA Banning Soul Caps At Olympics

“Blacks Can’t Swim” producer Ed Accura provides his view of FINA banning swim caps designed for natural black hair at the Olympic Games.

Tongue-In-Cheek Classification of Some Swimming Pool Customer Archetypes

A classification of certain strange species one can find in swimming pools, during open/public and lane swimming sessions, for your enjoyment.

Breaking The Super-Suited Records: A 2021 Redux

Having taken out the men’s 100 fly world record in 2019, Caeleb Dressel is now eyeing Cesar Cielo’s super-suited world records in the 50 and 100 freestyle.

How Olivia Smoliga Has Gained Confidence & Reduced Anxiety With Mental Training

In the past year, the Olympic gold medalist has learned how to overcome adversity and unlock the power of positive thinking using the Restoic App.

Practice Makes Better

While “Practice makes perfect,” is the cliche term, it does not always hold true. However, it does continually make us better than we were yesterday.

Swimming’s TopTenTweets: Lili Ibanez Says What We Were All Thinking

We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.

Former College Swimmer Matt Mauser on America’s Got Talent

Matt Mauser, who swam collegiately at Cal Poly, appeared on the latest episode of America’s Got Talent on NBC, where he opened up about a tragedy in his life.