Whether it’s a t-shirt, cap or a bag tag, these little things in swimming mean a whole lot to our swimmers.
Conor Dwyer tapped into his Hollywood connections to benefit the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
Labor Day marked my two-year anniversary of when I started training to swim competitively at the age of 53.
If you are a coach and your son or daughter is on your team, this article is not for you. This is for us on the sidelines, the parents who give their swimmers tips, thinking we’ll help our kids improve. This is where the old adage, “coaches coach, swimmers swim and parents parent” comes into play.
At Friday night’s Cubs game, Illinois native Conor Dwyer led the Wrigley Field crowd in a raucous rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”
It is a new concept for swimming in the ocean – feeling free and one with nature.
Michael Phelps is among the rare swimmers, or Olympic athletes in general, who transcend the sports in which they compete…
We begin every camp at The Race Club by helping each swimmer in setting goals: a short term, medium term and a long term goal.
Which is more essential to the proverbial “college experience”: forced binge drinking fests with incoming freshmen or having the swim team remain a part of your college athletic department?
Her stomach is twisted in anticipation; years of time in the pool have lead up to this moment. The music is raging in her ears, yet, the roar of the crowed is greater still.
The 2017 Southern Pacific Masters Swimming Coaches Clinic will feature Olympic gold medalist Shirley Babashoff and legendary coaches Mark Schubert and Jim Montrella.
Florida Gator Caeleb Dressel will be in the spotlight of a different sort, leading the traditional pre-game cheer at Saturday’s Florida home football game at ‘The Swamp’ against Tennessee.
Swimming may be an individual sport, but we train as a team. Here are a few ways to foster an environment where everyone succeeds.
The latest accolade for International Swimming Hall of Fame coach Randy Reese is perhaps the most personal of them all: a battalion of Reese’s former swimmers from Episcopal High School and the University of Florida have contributed funds to name Episcopal’s 50-M pool in his honor.
The Viking recently stopped in and tried to keep up with the NWAA Sharks in Bentonville, Arkansas. Thank Odin it was a recovery day.