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.
Chinese Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang has made the Forbes China Celebrity List for 2017, representing the only athlete to make the exclusive line-up.
Gary Hall Sr: “There are three different facets of dry land training, all of which are important; strength training, stretching and fitness. I am not aware of any elite swimmer that does not incorporate a dry land program into his or her training.”
Should your swimmer only swim, or participate in several sports? As a swim mom for almost 15 years, I’ve had this conversation on the pool deck over and over.
About two-thirds of SwimSwam voters support the World Swimming Association as an alternative to FINA as the international governing body for aquatic sports.
Five percent of all Swimming Specific Yoga’s online sales will go directly to support the Student-Athlete Mental Health Initiative…
The SwimSwam Magazine 2017 Year In Review is like a coffee table book, big, nearly a pound, printed on high quality paper. It is the perfect gift for any swimmer or swim fan.
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“I think fans should just be prepared to watch an awesome show,” Radke says. “The cool thing about Survivor is that it’s constantly evolving. They love to keep people wondering what’s going to happen.”
Part 1 of a two-part guide for swimmers and parents to enjoy their first swim meet.
Part Two of a two-part guide for swimmers and parents to enjoy their first meet.