If we take anything away from these uncertain days, maybe it’s not to sweat the small stuff and appreciate what we have.
With “shelter in place” going on for more than 30 days, I really miss swimming. Here are 11 things I miss about the sport more than I expected.
With many families spending more time together, we’re presented with a perfect opportunity to work on communicating effectively.
When things get back to normal, maybe we will learn from this overwhelming experience. Hopefully, we will take with us an attitude of “I get to.”
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I know his future self would regret quitting club swimming. The $10,000 question is, how important is club swim to college recruiters?
As the mom of an NCAA Athlete, I have listened to athletes and parents, especially swimming, share, comfort and console during this awful pandemic.
I wanted your thoughts on the benefits on swimmers being electronic free during meets and anything relevant to why a team should entertain the thought.
Early bloomers have an advantage, but eventually things even out after differences in growth level out. With hard work and passion, anything can happen!
It’s the time of year when swimmers get to reap the rewards of months of hard work. Here are five tips to help your children have fun during championships.
Find yourself a team that supports you! Nothing will ever matter more to your student athlete. Not times. Not records. Not even making the NCAAs.
We want our kids to love swimming and stick with it for the long term and not become part of the statistic where 70 percent of kids quit sports by age 13.
For 12 and unders, most teams have a minimum practice requirement. It seems that some swimmers AND parents could benefit from a suggested maximum as well.
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