The “2018 Summer Preview” is out now, and we cover all of the big end of summer season meets, including swimming’s biggest stars–like 7-time World Champion Caeleb Dressel
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There’s no shame or weakness in admitting you fear a particular race. Utilizing ways of coping with races you fear so that you can mitigate that fear and be your best is absolutely essential.
A legal perspective on Olympic preparation in the United States from Joshua Bratter.
SwimSwam Pulse is a recurring feature tracking and analyzing the results of our periodic A3 Performance Polls. You can cast…
Swimming as a sport can evolve. By observing other successful professional sports and patterning a swimming league after them, swimming can rise as viable and successful professional sport.
Struggling to gain traction with your swimming goals so far this season? Here are 6 reasons you aren’t seeing the success you want.
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What are the major limiting factors to the current construct of swimming that have limited the impact of swimming’s professional athletes and competitions?
Michael Wright, a former University of Tennessee diver who became the one-meter springboard SEC champion in 2011, is now making a name for himself on the TV show, ‘America Ninja Warrior.’
Sunshine, sleeping in, family vacations and lazy days are what most people love about summer. For swimmers, coaches and families—not so much.
Numerous international swimmers competing in the United States — some of the biggest names in the sport — have worked with Joshua Bratter to secure immigration status and residency. He’s the go-to authority for elite swimmers and coaches who desire to come to the U.S.
You may have been training more lately, focusing on your diet, and even addressing your sleep patterns, but what about supplementation?
U.S. National Team member and rising sprinter, Michael Chadwick and his father, David Chadwick, sat down with Jason Romano of the Sports Spectrum Podcast and discussed leadership, competing in athletics at a high level, their relationship, and all things in between.
35 swimmers were treated for chemical exposure last Thursday, June 14th, as a pool attendant working at Shadow Brook Swim Club in San Jose, California reportedly poured the wrong type of chemicals into the facility’s pool tanks.