Just one question: How many gold medals does the shark have?
Courtesy of Steven Gambino With Rio in the rear view mirror and World Championships on the horizon, we can once…
Communication is always a key to successful teaching, particularly when the students are spending most of the time with their ears under water.
Kyle Chalmers of Australia recently pulled out of the World Championships to deal with SVT, a heart condition with which American breaststroker Rebecca Soni is all too familiar.
Mark Vahradian has deep swimming roots. He’s a Mission Viejo alum and former Division I IMer at Duke University. As a movie producer, he’s the real deal, producing tentpole franchises. See producer Vahradian and actor Josh Duhamel on the set of Transformers: The Last Knight.
You will feel better doing this type of swim than anything else you have ever done in a swimming pool.
Jacob Pebley has emerged as one of the most elite backstrokers in the world, and he’s serious about building his brand–his pro career.
Sometimes summer league attracts, or just plain encourages, competition all the way through senior year of high school. This begs the question.
This year on June 22 3-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines led the swim lesson at the Aquatica in Sea World. Olympic bronze medalist Tom Wilkens was in attendance at the event in New Jersey and Janet Evans emceed the event in Orange County. The goal is to reach out to as many people as possible to actively reduce the risk of drowning in the water.
The dictionary defines indicator- as something “to give evidence of.” Have you ever used indicators to help you believe in yourself and get mentally ready for a big meet?
Check out the swimmers among this year’s ESPY nominees…hint, one is known as the GOAT.
An overwhelming majority of SwimSwam voters disagreed with FINA’s new World Cup rules, which will limit each swimmer to 4 individual races per World Cup stop.
Beyond the Lane Lines catches you up on the latest stories outside the pool, including from whom Olympic gold medalist Penny Oleksiak gets love after a long practice.
Time has remained the ‘golden’ measure of a swimmer’s success, i.e. it provides a coach with quantifiable feedback on whether the swimmer has swum faster or slower since their previous performance.