Lifestyle

World Record Holder Dana Vollmer Announces Pregnancy, Expecting Her First Child in February

Dana Vollmer shed some light on what she’s been up to since last competing at the 2013 World Championships.

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From brain surgery to the NCAA Championships: Whitney Weisz’s Aztec comeback

Less than one year removed from a dangerous brain surgery, Whitney Weisz was scoring points for San Diego State at the NCAA Championships.

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Laure Manaudou: Autobiography Released in time for her 28th Birthday

At the height of her success, Laure Manaudou was the most popular personality in France. Today, on her 28th birthday, the star has launched her autobiography.

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2014 National Champion Cammile Adams Joins Team Arena

Two-time USA Swimming 200 fly national champ Cammile Adams has signed on with Arena through 2016.

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Naoya Tomita suspended 18 months for camera-stealing incident at Asian Games

Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita has been hit with an 18-month ban after he was caught stealing a journalist’s camera at the Asian Games.

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3 Ways to Train and Compete With Intention

Just as swimmers conduct a physical warm-up just prior to a practice or competition the best prepared swimmers have also developed a comprehensive psychological or mental warm up in order to put them in the best frame of mind for a great training opportunity or peak performance.

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Fitter and Faster Photo Vault: Jaeger, Joyce, Phillips & Craig host Oct 4-5 Clinics

Butterfly speed man, Tim Phillips, hosted the New Canaan Fitter and Faster Swim Tour stop.

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Slix Australia Two Piece Training Swimsuits Don’t Slip or Drag

If you think you can’t have a swimsuit that’s both active and stylish, think again! While your racer back is practical and your bikini is cute, Slix Australia has found options that merge the two for your fit lifestyle.

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How to handle deadlines and the Pressure to Commit to a College

Hopefully most of you seniors are starting to feel some pressure to pick a school. Pressure can be a good thing because it means that you have options.

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Anthony Ervin Memoir, Chasing the Water Dragon, to hit bookshelves April 2016

Ervin says: “It’s in keeping that the publisher of my personal tale is Akashic, and that the editor is Dave Zirin, who can look below the surface to deeper social issues underlying athletics. It’s one hell of a team.”

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Chloe Mitchell and DART raise $2,200 for breast cancer awareness month with ‘Caps for Cancer’

Junior Chloe Mitchell (left) and her coach Brian Nabeta (right) show off DART’s new Breast Cancer Awareness caps, the product of Mitchell’s upstart fundraising campaign in California.

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Your Swimming Awards: Recycle, Donate, Keep, or Discard?

Of course you keep your most cherished awards, but what do you do about the countless colorful ribbons and medals from years and years of competing in swim meet after swim meet?

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Swim Toward A Cure: The Expanded TYR Pink Collection Is Here

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and TYR has just unveiled its expanded TYR Pink collection. Featured Image: Olympians Chloe Sutton and Matt Grevers cruise in the pool rocking some fierce TYR Pink gear.

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Fitter and Faster Swim Tour Sept 27-28 Events – Photo Vault

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Fame, Fortune and Michael Phelps

“While we can safely assume that USA Swimming and the State of Maryland will be holding Mr. Phelps accountable, we can also acknowledge our disappointment and anger at his behavior. Given this, we can, and should, hold the mindset of inquiry (as opposed to judgment) into the reasons behind Michael’s most recent behavior.”

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