With his first year as a California Bear coming to a close, Josa reflected on his transition from North Carolina
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I started Rough Seas // Tough Sailor – a website and community dedicated to the open discussion, support, and advocacy of mental health and mental illness in athletics.
Eventually, I let the anxiety win. I met with my coach a month and a half before Olympic Trials, and decided to call it quits. The sport that I used to love so much was now my enemy.
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Grant Hackett acknowledges he needs help for his mental health issues.
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11-time YMCA National Champion, former USA Swimming National Team member, and 2013 World Junior Championships team captain, Courtney Weaver has retired with two years of NCAA eligibility remaining.
Transparency is important in my life. One of the most difficult things I dealt with is my vision of myself, my eating issues and how I worked to overcome it.
Former Purdue swimmer Emily Fogle opens up about the incredible hardships that she has faced during her swimming career.
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