Opinion

Shallow Water Blackout: The Quiet Killer – The Facts

In most swimming pool or non-diving situations when the victim’s medical history is irrelevant, blackouts occur due to prior hyperventilation, followed immediately by rapid, repetitive breath-holding.

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4 Reasons To Give The BridgeAthletic Gift Package This Holiday Season

To give your loved one a Bridge training program this coming season/year, visit their site here and use the promo code CYBERMONDAY.

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5 Reasons Why You Will Cry Watching the Film Touch The Wall

Do you ever get sick of swimming, just over it–chlorine-saturated and water-logged to the point you don’t even want to…

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Dolfin – Anchored In Rich American History

Dolfin has an incredibly rich history that dates back to the early days of World War II.

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This Holiday Season Give Them a Competitive Edge

For Black Friday, BridgeAthletic is offering SwimSwam readers the ability to give the gift of an elite level strength program at a discount.

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Shallow Water Blackout: The Quiet Killer

This article is the first in a series of three on shallow water blackout that we will publish to raise awareness of the issue and help prevent further tragedies from occurring.

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The 8 reasons why you should be at practice

The 8 reasons why you should be at practice

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Objectivity: The Case FOR and AGAINST Phelps as Athlete of the Year

Several eyebrows were raised last night at the 2014 Golden Goggles Award Ceremony as Michael Phelps’ name was announced as…

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CopyMe: More of YOUR swimming content just added

Since CopyMe debuted last week, users started creating their own content using this feature in the app. Just yesterday, we reloaded the library with this content for you to browse and try. Now, take your turn to “drop off your moves” at the CopyMe library.

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One Tip for Swim Parents – Enjoy the Process

Being a swim parent has its highs and lows. Here’s some advice on balancing out the experience and learning to love the process.

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6 categories of character traits help you define your Mission Statement

According to Steven Covey, developing a Personal Mission Statement is an excellent way to define your values, and your philosophy for living.

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Did you CopyMe? What are you waiting for?

Debuting less than a week ago, our CopyMe app had over 1,000 downloads in the first couple of days. It already has ratings of 4.9 and 5 in the iTunes and Google Play stores.

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College Recruiting, It’s a Business

Like it or not, college recruiting is a business. One of the primary jobs of a college coach is to sign the best swimmers for the least amount of money. Yes they are looking for strong students and good people, but they also need to put together the fastest team within their scholarship limitations.

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The 4 Best Swim Fads that Left Too Soon – #TBT

There have always been new fads that seemed like they’d be the next big thing in the sport of swimming only to be forgotten as quickly as they appeared. These are ideas and products that swam their way into our hearts one season, only to fade away into obscurity in the next.

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Shout From The Stands: Why We Should Eliminate Morning Practice During School

Early morning practice Sessions During School Year Compromise Student Health and Performance!

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