After years of swimming throughout their high school and college years, our children haven’t had much time for internships and part-time jobs.
October 1-7, 2017 is Mental Illness Awareness week. Learning about mental health is an important first step.
With nearly 150 pages featuring the biggest stories of 2017, this issue covers it all for swimmers and swim fans.
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Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers to predict which new NCAA head coach would have the most successful season
Swimmers are prisoners of what they think is possible. Here’s a lesson in how hard work in the pool helps you to redefine what you are capable of in the water.
Former world record holder Ariana Kukors discusses the benefits she gained from incorporating yoga into her training regime…
Olympic champion David Plummer and NCAA champion Haley Spencer will join the Minnesota Aquatics Hall of Fame this weekend at the team’s alumni meet.
At first I thought it would be about the towels. No more soggy wet pool towels lining the banister in the upstairs hallway.
I once heard of life being referred to as a dance, something about being 10 percent circumstance and 90 percent perspective.
I hope this helps you wade through pools of confusion and simplifies the process. Enjoy the recruiting experience—it’s an exciting time in your swimmer’s life—and in yours, too.
Duck’s lost glory days resurface when he’s tasked with finding the teenaged sister of a former teammate turned Olympic champion.
Catch up on swimming-related news happening on dry land with this week’s ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
It’s a once-in-a-lifetime exciting time—having your swimmers recruited by colleges. At this point in their lives, choosing a college is the biggest decision they’ve ever made.
All-American swimmer, coach and lifelong swimming fixture Maureen Rankin has passed away from cancer.
Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty hasn’t forgotten where he came from, as the British athlete recently generously helped a neighbor in need.