When I was a young coach leading a large summer league team, a teacher taught me one very specific thing that made my life easier. In the process, she taught me something much more important.
After going 7-for-10 at the top of last year’s draft, SwimSwam is back with a swimming-centric look at tonight’s 2021 NFL Draft.
61.7% of voters predicted that the top pick in the first-ever ISL Draft will be an NCAA graduate moving on to the professional swimming league.
Katie Ledecky leads the charge of elite women set to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
More than three-quarters of voters predicted that Dressel would make the Olympic 4×200 free relay, with 16.8% more picking Dressel to make the 200 free.
We’re now less than 50 days away from the first race of the U.S. Olympic Trials, and it’s time for everyone to start getting excited.
Voters were extremely bullish on the chances of a Wave I qualifier making at least a semifinal at the Wave II Olympic Trials meet.
Nearly 60% of voters believe the Texas Longhorns can repeat as men’s NCAA swimming & diving champions, even with a coaching change.
In a narrow 48.9%-to-40.4% decision, SwimSwam voters said they liked the 2021 format better than the typical prelims/finals format.
SwimSwam reader Willswim made a not-so-bold call in the comments about the NCAA Championships. He whiffed, but put his goggles where his mouth is.
Nearly 60% of voters expected Texas to win the 2021 Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving title, compared to 37% for defending champs California.
The documentary “The Weight of Gold” shows there is a pressing need for mental health resources to be implemented in pursuit of optimal performance.
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