Swim Mom

SwimMom Musings: And Now There’s College Looming

Now that the excitement of Olympic swimming is claiming down, college recruiting is right around the corner. Here are tips on making the most out of this experience for coaches, parents and prospective student-athletes.

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#SwimMomMonday: A Conversation with Simone Manuel’s Mom, Sharron

SwimSwam proudly presents the series, SwimMomMonday in which “ordinary” swim parent Anne Lepesant talks to “extraordinary” swim parents about the…

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#SwimMomMonday: Meet Nathan Adrian’s Mom

This week Anne talks with Cecilia Adrian, mother of Olympic gold medalist, Nathan Adrian.

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SwimMom Musings: The Invisible

Depression: the silent pain and feeling of hopelessness. It not only impacts swimmers but many other people as well. Sometimes it is even frowned upon by tough coaches who believe every athlete should suck it up and live with the pain.

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SwimMom Musings: To Every Champion

Now that the trials are in the books and the newly crowned and seasoned veterans head for Rio, it’s time to reflect.

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SwimMom Musings: Dear Coach

Not all of us are Olympic bound no matter how hard we work. We deserve your personal best too. We may not be able to be Olympians or even achieve that elusive cut. But we have dreams…

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