It’s not much of a controversy right now: Virginia finds themselves the clear-cut favorites in the women’s ACC swimming & diving race.
Implementing a yoga practice designed for the unique needs of swimmers is an effective way to enhance your dry land training and your performance…
The SwimSwam staff would’ve been perched in the media section by the gleaming temporary Myrtha pool in Omaha, the air electric with anticipation.
While participation in college sports gives a career boost to almost all athletes, it has been a game-changer for women and minorities.
The vast majority of SwimSwam readers picked Florida as the favorites to win the men’s SEC title in 2021. It would be 9 straight SEC titles for the Gator men.
Ultimately, the pain that we suffer from swimming, even if it’s the first week back, is far less than the pain of sitting at home and doing nothing.
Almost half of voters picked the Tennessee women as preseason favorites to repeat as SEC champs in 2021. No other team got more than 21% of the votes.
Regardless of what the IOC does, podium protests will be a focal point of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The only decision left is whether the IOC wants…
The majority of SwimSwam voters felt their local area could safely reopen pools, with about 20% saying they didn’t feel local pools should reopen yet.
Social distancing will be a big focus of the return to the pool after quarantine. But, social grouping should be on your mind too.
While COVID-19 may have brought the world of swimming to a stall, I am confident that we will make it through this and soon return to our happy place.
Swimming truly gives us a new kind of family.
About half of voters picked the women’s 200 free as the next world record to fall from our list, which also included the IMs and the ridiculous 200 fly.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers to pick between five of the tougher remaining world records from the super-suit era.
A huge majority of voters would rather win an NCAA event title than set a U.S. Open record, according to our latest poll.