“…a poetic journey through the waterways and coastline of the British Isles, following a lone swimmer through lakes, rivers and coves.”
Everything is on the line in this action packed thriller of strength, strategy, and swimming.
Most swimmers of high school and college age participate in the tradition of shaving down at the end of a season, perhaps getting a special hair cut, making posters and maybe eating a traditional pre-race meal.
Video is courtesy of University of Guelph Men’s Swim Team.
The true story of Tony Fingleton, a young man from a troubled family who found the inner strength to become a champion.
Many thanks to Melissa Lundie, melissalundie.com, for capturing these photo.
Eve and Candace are the world’s number one swimming fans and reporters on all aspect of swim lifestyle content.
The week-long celebration of the best in Canadian swimming continues as the Victoria Times-Colonist will reveal the next Big Splash Awards Week winner Thursday. The OMEGA Female Swimmer of the Year, Open Water Swimmer of the Year and the People’s Choice Race of the Year remain to be announced.
After four years of swimming nearly every practice in a reverse circle pattern, I’ve gotten used to life on the left lane line. However, when I brought my training pattern to a new team, the first question I heard was “Why?”
DJ Anthony Ervin, aka Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin aka the Conductor of the Crawl aka the Beethoven of Berkeley aka the Spinner of Spieker aka the Fast-Fingered Freestyler will be participating in a show produced by Mumford and Sons star Ben Lovett in New York City on December 3rd.
For as long as there have been World Records for competitive swimming, many people have wanted to know if the females will ever catch up to the males. There have been several reasons listed for why the genders stay separated by time, and many of them are obvious, but in today’s age, we have seen several female athletes attempt to compete with the men, some even successfully.
Anders Holm, writer, producer and star of Comedy Central’s Workaholics, with Katie Ledecky, 2013 Golden Goggles Female Athlete of the Year.
Many thanks to Lester Rich of the SwimTeamPic.com for these beautiful swimming photos.
Kennedy had been a swimmer at Harvard when Kiphuth was coaching Yale. Swimming helped JFK survive WWII and become the war hero that helped launch his political career. He also swam in the White House pool almost every day to relieve his chronic bad back.
Katie Ledecky and Missy Franklin Are In The Running For ESPN’s Most Impactful Female Athletes Of 2013
Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky are in the running for the Most Impactful Female Athletes of 2013. You can vote on the ESPNW site or through twitter with the hashtag #Impact10 and their full name.