While it’s fun to taste test different menu items and explore new eateries, brunch cuisine can easily be replicated in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Catch international happenings in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Japan’s World Championships silver medalist Katsuhiro Matsumoto.
Have some fun with our Swimmer Scramble #2, mixing up some aquatic-related words with only you being able to put them back to their original states.
Get some sound insight into everyday stresses by taking a look at British Swimming’s conversational video with para swimmer Ellie Simmonds.
A new NCAA survey shows that mental health concerns among its student-athletes are currently 150% to 200% higher than usual during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nathan Adrian, #SwimON: “Teammates. Competitors. Friends. Rivals. No matter what we endure, we’re always better together.”
One of the most unique outdoor pools in the United States will not be opening this summer as Lousiville, Kentucky’s Lakeside Swim Club will remain dry.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers to pick between five of the tougher remaining world records from the super-suit era.
Hali Flickinger, #SwimON: “When the world slowed down, we never turned off. We never lost sight of our goals– we adapted & got creative.”
Lermo, a member of the US Paralympic National Team, is familiar with taking extended time out of the water due to surgery. COVID-19 is just another challenge.
Master of the Mask, an Olympic Swimmer’s Long Journey to Freedom, is a #1 bestseller on Amazon in the Olympic and Paralympic category.
Becca Meyers #SwimON: “No matter what we endure, we’re always better together. We’re stronger than ever before, and right now, nothing is going to stop us.”
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