Water Polo photos are courtesy of USA Water Polo / Jonathan Moore.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Brooke Bennett is making a serious run at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Whitney Lopus, the sexual-abuse accuser of former Utah swim coach Greg Winslow, speaks openly and candidly about her interactions with her former coach on an upcoming Outslide the LInes piece.
Swimmers aren’t anointed with time management skills just by getting in a pool. These skills must be learned.
SwimSwam got a peek behind the scenes at the “Swim Like A Champion” production shoot thanks to the Fitter and Faster Tour presented by SwimOutlet.com.
A group of Germantown Academy alumni gathered in 2009 to celebrate Dick Shoulberg’s 40 years with the program.
Tennessee Aquatics Coach Marshall Goldman: “After witnessing what I saw behind the scenes from all of the swimmers and coaches…I was left speechless and an even bigger fan of the sport to which I’ve been a lifelong fan.”
Many thanks to Jesper Nielsen ( www.sttfoto.dk) for these beautiful swimming photos.
Courtesy of SwimSwam contributor, Douglas Lennox, an Olympian, Princeton University graduate and NCAA All-American. Doug is presently an assistant coach at New York University and Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics.
Since Saturday, December 7th, a lot of elite swimmers have been tweeting and posting cryptic messages to Facebook, teasing that something is coming soon. That something is out, the Swim A Like Champion Video Series courtesy of the Fitter and Faster Tour presented by SwimOutlet.com.
Thanks to Gawker, we can all love and appreciate this non-swimming dog.
What does a swimmer want for Christmas? Besides food (always a hit), here are some unique ideas.
FROM DR. CHADEAYNE: “SwimSpray’s best selling point is that it actually works – my hair isn’t crunchy or dead anymore. My skin doesn’t burn or itch. Getting the chlorine off after swimming feels great.”
Evgeny Lagunov, Russia, 2013 European Short Championships.
Sprint star Nathan Adrian, who won gold in the 100m Freestyle in London, partnered with celebrated Peruvian illustrator Gianmarco Magnani to create a swim cap that pays tribute to his hard-working hometown of Bremerton, Washington, and its ship-building history.