USA Swimming announced it will debut a new tier of membership called the Flex Swim Membership, which will officially become available on September 1, 2018.
This gigantic kickboard, which is 10 times the standard adult size board at 18 feet high by 11 feet wide, will serve as a larger-than-life petition for all Americans to urge Congress to add the question, “Do you know how to swim?” to the 2020 Census.
Our theme for the 2018 Summer Preview is summer heat – “The Sprint Issue” – and we profile the best sprinters in history, including our cover star Caeleb Dressel.
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Catch-up on stories outside the pool in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Karl Hamouche shares his adaptation of Christopher Vogler’s 12 Stages of a Hero’s Journey.
You may want to take a look at this report from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) before taking your next hotel pool dive.
Gil Stovall never went out with the intention of grabbing the lead, was perpetually worried about “falling off the last 50,” had always relied on his kick, his ability to come from behind to post a fast time, to win races. Had he made a mistake now, gone out too fast in a race for one of two precious spots on the U.S. Olympic team?
Growth and progress doesn’t come from staying where you feel comfortable. That only happens outside of your comfort zone.
The National Swimming Pool FoundationⓇ (NSPFⓇ) would like to remind the public to help keep pool time fun by preventing pee in the pool.
When your child goes off to college, the experience of swim parenting will change. Be prepared for a new role as the parent of a collegiate student-athlete.
In retrospect, fans enjoyed the Indianapolis Pro Swim Series more than the Atlanta Classic happening the same weekend, with the balance tipping even further to Indy than it was in our pre-meet poll.
Numerous international swimmers competing in the United States — some of the biggest names in the sport — have worked with Joshua Bratter to secure immigration status and residency. He’s the go-to authority for elite swimmers and coaches who desire to come to the U.S.
“Parents today are out of control,” say a number of swim coaches. Don’t get me wrong; club coaches do appreciate us. They say, “We wouldn’t be able to exist without parents. Most parents are great.” Followed by, “But…”
It is crucial to be cognizant of why you continue to train in what most other sports would consider “offseason”. The routine of training and school creates a comfort zone for some, because you never tend ask “what next?”.