Athletes entering the workforce face unique challenges. Consider the following on how to maximise your odds of success.
Becoming a collegiate swimmer can be extremely stressful and busy. It can be hard to balance class, homework, practice, meets…
Dr. Gary Hall Sr: “Swipping is a conjoining of the words Swimming and Slipping. Swipping is a new word I invented to describe swimming with the least amount of frontal drag possible.”
A naked swimmer readies for TV while the possible ‘strongman swimming’ era kicks off.
Chuck Warner’s “Lesson From Legends”
As I enjoyed the beauty of Castaic Lake while watching Open Water Nationals, I reflected on the differences between open water and pool meets
As a parent, you go to a swim meet and see swimmers doing all kinds of things, many involving phones; either listening to music or playing video games
How can something that you can’t see, hear, or touch be life threatening? Welcome to the world of mental illness….
Press Release Courtesy of Geoff Thatcher Author’s Note: After winning two record-breaking national championships his freshman season, SCAD’s Joel Thatcher…
Here are 10 sure-fire signs that you got to swim during the best decade to ever come immediately after the 80’s — the 1990’s.
Number One: 8-time Olympic medalist Nathan Adrian memorialized as a Superhero on the cover.
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Taking her athletic talent to the field, two-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Manuel was given one of the biggest honors in…
We found that participation in swimming was associated with 28% lower risk of premature death from any cause.
Have you ever noticed that the fastest swimmers in the pool typically look like they are swimming with less effort than the slower ones? It is not a coincidence. There is a reason and it is mostly in the wrist.