Congratulations 400 IMers. You’ve been voted the hardest event by a wide margin. But you still have to swim the 400 IM, so are you really the winners here?
Whether your swimming career comes to an end on good terms or in an unexpected hot, ugly mess, moving on can take some time.
Here are five reasons why it is important look beyond our own kids and self-interest and embrace our swimming community.
Defending champs Cal nearly doubled up the votes of Texas, which won four straight before last season. All other programs got only about 5% of the votes.
The immunity challenge heads back to the water, giving Elizabeth Beisel another clear chance to shine. But the women’s alliance is on the rocks in week 3.
Former NCAA Championship Swimmer and now Professional CrossFit™ Athlete Colleen Fotsch shares helpful tips on swimming in episode four of this video series.
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Three rounds are behind us, and the 400 IM and 200 fly have made the final by identical 71-29 margins in the semifinals.
Catch up with this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Aussies Stephanie Rice & Lani Pallister, along with Kiwi Lewis Clareburt.
Former NCAA Championship Swimmer and now Professional CrossFit™ Athlete Colleen Fotsch offers workouts to become a more efficient swimmer.
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After a bunch of blowouts in round 1, we saw things get very tight in round 2, including a brutal 200 free vs 500 free matchup.
The Survivor 39 cast take to the water for their immunity/reward challenge this week, and it’s time for Elizabeth Beisel to show off her skills.
Nowadays, there is this overwhelming aversion to carbohydrates. They are our body’s main source of energy, but all carbohydrates are not made equal.
The three-time defending NCAA champions earned a majority of the votes at 55.1% – but the rest of the field pulled solid numbers.
California’s new law allowing NCAA student-athletes to earn money puts me in a tough position. On the one side is fairness, and on the other is swimming.