It’s been 8 months since I found out that my swimming career was over due to my epilepsy diagnosis. I’ve…
Voters are extremely split on who will win the 2019 men’s Division I NCAA title: Texas led our poll, but by barely more than one percentage point, and by just 7 total votes.
Cate Campbell, Alain Bernard, Natalie Coughlin and possible the world’s youngest Olympic athlete highlight this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
More than 80% of voters predicted Stanford to win their third-consecutive NCAA title on the women’s side. No other program earned more than 13% of the votes.
The recent college bribery scandal has a lot of parents outraged—including myself. Our kids work so hard to get into college, both in the pool and academically. It’s disheartening to learn that parents paid to get their kids into school — and that college coaches took bribes.
This 196 page issue will be the biggest of the year, and it is over one pound. Inside we feature Olympic Champion and world record holder Kathleen Baker, USRPT king Michael Andrew, and the top college coaches moving from assistant positions to helming large DI programs.
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“It’s not every 4 years, it’s every day.”
Speedo USA and Swimmingly team up to celebrate summer swimming.
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Just under 60% of voters opposed the idea of the NCAA widening its scoring margin and scoring down to 24th place.
Looking at the big picture of swim parenting—or being involved in any sport—is to allow our kids to experience and learn life lessons with supervision in a structured environment.
All you need is a winning mindset. At the forefront of their mental game? Securing the bag.
As the mix of sweat, chlorine and chalk continues, I feel I’m continuing to gain a better grasp on how the paths of CrossFit and swimming can be intertwining.
What’s set to be the world’s deepest pool will be opening in Msxczonow, Poland this fall.
Being a professional athlete means professionally recovering in between sessions at a swim meet. Olivia Smoliga and Natalie Hinds’ solution? ASMR Videos
Tidy up where you can. Make a little mental space for good thoughts and great swims.