Self-acceptance can seem a bit counter-intuitive for athletes. This meditation is to help athlete’s begin to accept themselves fully and whole-heartedly…
Helping validate the more than $430,000 investment in drone technology by the New South Wales government last December, the first reported drone rescue at sea took place just this week in Australia.
As a parent, there are a few things we can do—or not do—to encourage healthy, working relationships between our swimmers and their coaches. Here are my six ways to building better relationships…
Jeff Farrell, Olympic Gold Medalist and many-time WR holder, was trapped in his house with his family during a mudslide. A gofundme page has been set up to help the family restore their house.
#3 – Search your history of awesome swims for what worked.
By an overwhelming margin, fans selected Jason Lezak’s SwimSquad as their team of choice in this year’s SwimSquad Battle.
With respect to competitive swimming, Kiphuth, in 1918, was a greenhorn. But he was a wise and observant greenhorn. Kiphuth adopted most of the old methods, but held firmly to his own belief in the physical and well-conditioned body.
As someone who works with swimmers all over the country on a weekly basis, one of the most common reasons why a client comes to me, by far, is the following:
While the adjustment to a wave of new changes wasn’t without some execution wrinkles, it also shows a remarkable amount of intriguing potential, particularly from a spectator standpoint.
If you’ve watched I, Tonya, you’ve witnessed one of the worst sports parents in history. Tonya Harding’s mom started her with a skating coach way too young, was pushy, plus verbally and physically abusive.
Aimee Willmott used science to prove wearing shoes and warm clothes on the pool deck really does make you faster.
From Elizabeth Wickham: “4 Tips For Parents About Sibling Rivalry” As the oldest in my family, I have seen and…
Vanderpool-Wallace, in her first meet since the 2016 Olympics, made it to the top 4 in the first ever TYR shootout of the women’s 50 free
Grevers had the final say in the men’s 50 back with his 24.81 for the win, while Ress touched in 25.04.