Lifestyle

Learning to Survive – and Thrive – While Swimming Injured

Champions don’t back down from a challenge, and injuries are one of the most prevalent challenges in sports and swimming. Sometimes the best way to overcome an injury is to take a step back and make a plan.

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Hunter Hitchens, Irvine NovAquatics Age Group Standout – Swim Photo Vault

Hunter Hitchens is developing fast, showing a lot of talent, cracking National Age Group Swimming Rankings across butterfly, backstroke, freestyle and IM.

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Lindenwood Swimming & Diving Banquet Slideshow 2013-2014

The Lindenwood swimming and diving programs held their annual banquet last Saturday evening and handed out its team awards for the 2013-14 season.

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What do swim coaches do when everyone has gone home?

Swimming video is courtesy of Notre Dame College Swimming & Diving.

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Water Is My Sky – Shoots for $15,000 More To Cover Composers

REWARD: If the filmmakers are successful in eclipsing $65,000 in total donations, EVERY DONOR (regardless of donation amount) will receive a digital download of the soundtrack upon the film’s release!

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Chance To Have Coffee With Diana Nyad In RFK Auction

The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights is running a spring auction right now, and one of the items up for bid is a cup of coffee with open water swimmer Diana Nyad in Los Angeles to hear about her swim from Cuba to Florida.

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Tell Us Why Your Swim Mom Is The Best For Mother’s Day

Tell us “why your swim mom is the best” and we’ll post the top three on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11th. (We’ll accept submissions through Saturday morning May 10th, 9am CST.)

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Olympic Swimmer Brooke Bennett Will Be A Mother and Remain on her Road To Rio

Brooke Bennett, 3-time Olympic gold medalist, officially announced her comeback in open water swimming for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio late last year. Today she’s sharing a very personal turn in that journey.

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Plans revealed for River-filtering + Pool in New York City’s East River

Official plans have been revealed for the ground-breaking (or perhaps water-breaking) new +Pool, a floating pool in New York City that will filter river water.

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SwimOutlet.com Becomes First Swim Retailer to Launch Crowdsourced Style Gallery

“Customer-generated style photos are the way to go in a world increasingly dominated by Instagram and the like, even for a more sports-specific retailer,” said Alexander Sienkiewicz, CMO at Spiraledge, Inc.

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‘The Water is my Sky’ documentary hits $50,000 Kickstarter goal with 7 days to go!

The competitive swimming documentary “The Water is my Sky” has officially hit its $50,000 goal on Kickstarter today, just a week before the campaign ends.

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Talent Agencies Lineup For Missy Franklin, The Biggest Olympic Client Since Michael Phelps

CAA, IMG, Octagon, WMG (Casey Wasserman) and The Legacy Agency have already taken meetings with Missy Franklin’s parents reports the Sports…

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Wow – Lots of Swimmers! Time Lapse of USMS Nationals Warm Up

The 2014 U.S. Masters Swimming spring nationals have wrapped but for 1000’s of masters swimmers the memories are as fresh as…

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5 signs you used to have a swimmers body

#2 – Stretch marks line your college swimming team tattoo.

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Olympic Gold Medalist Natalie Coughlin @SpeedoUSA Takeover Starts 9am PST Tuesday May 6th – #NatalieLive

Natalie Coughlin, 12-time Olympic medalist, knows how to tweet, and Speedo USA has invited her to take that talent to their Twitter account, @SpeedoUSA, tomorow May 6th, 9am PST.

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