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“I think fans should just be prepared to watch an awesome show,” Radke says. “The cool thing about Survivor is that it’s constantly evolving. They love to keep people wondering what’s going to happen.”
Part 1 of a two-part guide for swimmers and parents to enjoy their first swim meet.
Part Two of a two-part guide for swimmers and parents to enjoy their first meet.
As excited as we are to celebrate those athletes finishing a grueling triathlon event, we’re also devastated when we hear of a sudden and tragic death occurring during a race.
Katie Reveno is hoping to introduce girls to synchronized swimming through new book.
Double Olympic medalist Mitch Larkin (above) is one of the few Australian elites who have spoken out on the marriage equality vote this week in Australia.
I am currently conducting a research study, approved by the University of Tennessee, on the career experiences of female college swim coaches who have spent time coaching at the NCAA Division I level. Experience in any position is welcome: assistant, associate, and head coaches.
In the early weeks of spring training, swimmers are faced with the challenge of getting back into shape for summer racing. After a solid few weeks of taper, championship meets, and multiple days off from all training, putting in the strength and conditioning that follows can be quite difficult.
Whether it’s a t-shirt, cap or a bag tag, these little things in swimming mean a whole lot to our swimmers.
Conor Dwyer tapped into his Hollywood connections to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
Labor Day marked my two-year anniversary of when I started training to swim competitively at the age of 53.
If you are a coach and your son or daughter is on your team, this article is not for you. This is for us on the sidelines, the parents who give their swimmers tips, thinking we’ll help our kids improve. This is where the old adage, “coaches coach, swimmers swim and parents parent” comes into play.
At Friday night’s Cubs game, Illinois native Conor Dwyer led the Wrigley Field crowd in a raucous rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”