The Italian IMer Ilaria Cusinato published a letter about reasons that led her to leave the Federal Center of Ostia (Rome) in the summer of 2019.
American Olympic icon Michael Phelps was a special guest on NBC News’ TODAY, shining a light on his new documentary entitled The Weight of Gold.
Here are five things swim coaches can start doing today to help develop swimmers that are mentally tough and who are more likely to enjoy the process.
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.
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University of Richmond swimmer Lexie Gilbert sought to understand the “struggles of the retirement process” and provide recommendations to help.
Having both experienced the stress caused by time away from the pool, Coughlin and DiRado talk to Dr. Sean McCann on how to prioritize mental health.
This series of meditation and yoga classes has been created to give athletes tools to help enhance their mental health…
While we’ve all been forced out of the water for the time being, we’re fully capable of both adjusting and accomplishing our goals in creative ways.
Maddy Banic: “My swimming today isn’t where I want it to be, but I view myself now as an underdog who has to claw my way back.”
“How long should I stay silent? I can sit here and be silent for as long as you want, because that’s what I got,” said Phelps to the Washington Post.
Goal setting can be incredibly empowering, but also upsetting when you end up not reaching them. Here are 7 ways to set achievable goals and to reach them.
The Survey, conducted by Olivier Poirier-Leroy, was conducted of 98 collegiate swimmers in 4 NCAA programs: 2 Division I and 2 Division II.
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