At Pro Swims, it’s a no brainer that you see a lot of fast swimmers. Whether they’re on the national team, Olympic champions, NCAA stand outs, or rising stars, you’re bound to see talent if you go to one of these meets. If you’re competing in the meet as well, this can be a rare opportunity to meet and talk with your swimming idols
While we all love our coaches, it’s in their job descriptions to make sure we’re doing whatever we can to be successful. Sometimes, that involves doing things that we don’t want to do.
Boomer Phelps is creating the ultimate #WaterPlaybook for his new little brother
2018 Summer Preview drops in late May. Our theme is summer heart, The Sprint Issue. Inside this massive magazine you will enjoy profiles on the biggest sprinters in history. As always, the Summer Preview will breakdown the biggest meets of the summer, providing you the what, why and how to enjoy them.
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This week, Olympic finalist Jason Dunford appeared on the podcast When to Jump, discussing his swimming career and his transition into entrepreneurship.
How many more swimming programs will be cut in the NCAA before the swimming community steps up and stops the madness? I woke up this morning to the latest tragedy and shed a few tears. I cried for the young adults who made a commitment to the school to have their dreams dashed right before the school year ends? Really? The school did not know this until end of April.
We all have the things we excel at—and things we don’t—in the water. Strokes included. Here is why coach is…
Swim parents want the best for their little swimmers. As it turns out, the stress and expectations you have trickle down to your little athlete.
It was clear after watching Gary Hall Sr. on deck that he has been successful by focusing on the fundamentals, communicating effectively and creating an engaging environment…
Nearly 60% of voters predicted that current assistant Sergio Lopez would be the next head coach at Auburn University.
Surgery not only fixes what’s broken, but it makes you stronger. Sure, it takes a good amount of time to regain that physical strength, but you will get it back. I have been challenged a thousand times in my life, especially as an athlete, but recovering from surgery presents challenges that are unlike any other one I’ve faced in the past.
We are famous in the world of swimming for tossing around Champion like it is some badge of honor for the most elite for those who can compete at the highest levels and win.
In March at the D1 NCAAs, Caeleb Dressel became the first man to go under 40 seconds in the 100 Free, clocking a sensational 39.90 in the finals. Being the first to break that barrier brought him universal acclaim as ‘the best ever’ – but is he?
Swimming is an amazing and life-changing sport. You get to be part of an incredible community that becomes a part of you.
More than a quarter of voters selected the 200 free as the most fun event to watch, beating a field of five other events by more than 30 votes.