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Matt Grevers is Still Looking for the Perfect Race (Video)

Grevers had the final say in the men’s 50 back with his 24.81 for the win, while Ress touched in 25.04.

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Taylor Ruck Explains Move to Toronto (Video)

Indiana postgrad Margo Geer had the early speed, flipping in 25.78, but Canadian youngster Taylor Ruck went by her in the final 15 meters to win it in 53.51

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Ryan Lochte And Kayle Rae Reid Get Married

The 2nd most decorated Olympic swimmer of all time, American Ryan Lochte, and partner Kayla Rae Reid have gotten married.

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How To Get The 2017 Year in Review SwimSwam Magazine With The Caeleb Dressel Cover

SwimSwam Magazines are thick, coming in at nearly a pound per issue. They are designed to sit on your coffee table like a piece of artwork.

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SwimSwam Pulse: 78.8% Care More For SCY Than SCM

SwimSwam voters overwhelmingly voted in favor of short course yards, with almost 8 out of 10 voters selecting the yards system.

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Austin Pro Swim Series Day 1 Photo Vault

New year, new format and loads of fun: the Austin Pro Swim Series kicked off today and we’ve got images…

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Mental Health for Athletes: A Yoga Practice of Self-Acceptance

This is a restorative yoga class that has been created with the intent of helping athletes develop greater self-acceptance…

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Teen Swimmers attract Olympic Backers on Kickstarter

Only 17 days left to back the Wotter Swim Parka.

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Michael Phelps Is Not The Center Of Attention In New Ad Campaign

Even with the greatest Olympic swimmer of all time, Michael Phelps, enjoying his life in retirement, we’re still treated to celebrity-type appearances by the GOAT throughout the media.

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Shouts From The Stands: Commentary On The Experience Of Swimming

I’m going to risk “waxing poetic,” partly because I love to recognize things that are special to me and I enjoy sharing with our team, hoping that this message transcends that sentiment to our staff, parents and athletes. 

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Dara Torres Profiled in Best-Seller “Tribe of Mentors” by Tim Ferriss

Five-time Olympian Dara Torres shared some of her wisdom and “life hacks” with best-selling author Tim Ferriss for his newest book, Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice From the Best in the World.

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Why we should rotate our bodies in freestyle and backstroke

All of the elite swimmers of the world rotate their bodies along the long axis, the axis that their body is moving down the pool, while swimming freestyle and backstroke. They don’t just rotate a little bit. They rotate a lot. The question is, why?

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Susan Helmrich Takes a $500 Dive into the Snow for Cancer Research

Susan Helmrich beat cancer 3 times. What has she to fear from 5 degree temperatures and a little bit of snow?

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What To Do When Your Swimmer Is Injured

The big meet is coming up and your swimmer has been working hard and is ready. Then something unexpected happens.

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3 Meet Tips From A Retired Swimmer Turned Coach

Hours on a hot pool deck. Multiple sessions with prelims and finals. Endless heats of the 200 Free combined with some missed events, a handful of best times, and smiles (hopefully) all around.

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