Have you ever heard that swim parents should act more like grandparents? My dad—a grandpa—approaches swim meets very differently. I believe if I could adopt his outlook, I’d be calmer and happier at swim meets.
Here are 12 things we may do around the pool our kids should take over as they grow. Some we should never do.
Several Division 3 State Records fell this season, 2 of which were broken by East Grand Rapids’ Ileah Doctor, who took down the marks in the 50 free and 100 breast.
What’s it like to be 14-years-old and already one of the best backstrokers in the world? For Regan Smith it’s just a stepping stone.
Brighton High School’s Taylor Seaman was a force to be reckoned with in the sprint freestyles, picking up double golds with her 22.8 in the 50 free and 49.6 in the 100 free.
Saint Thomas More senior Grace Horton, an LSU commit, blew away the field at the 2016 Louisiana Division 2 High School State Championships on the way to 2 individual state titles.
Buchmaier just barely missed the State Record in the 100 fly, coming within hundredths of that mark to repeat as state champion with her 54.04.
St. Joseph’s Bethany Seagraves pulled off a successful double to help her team to victory, winning the girls’ 200 IM and 100 back.
A 17-year-old in Chicago suburb Vernon Hills died this week of undetermined natural causes after a swim club activity.
Demonstrating the power of inclusion to transcend disability, “Swim Team” profiles members of the Jersey Hammerheads, a competitive swim team made up of a diverse group of teens on the autism spectrum, based in the state with the highest rate of autism in the country.
No one likes to lose, but it’s a major part of why swimming is an amazing sport for our kids. Here are eight tips on what our kids learn from losing:
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USA Swimming has released an updated version of its “motivational times” for the upcoming 2017-2020 quad.
Hosack dominated the field to win back-to-back titles with her 1:59.47. With that, she took down Katie Drabot’s division 1 State Record of 1:59.89 from the 2013 state meet.
FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL 2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Results Saturday, November 12th Sailfish Splashpark Aquatic Athletics Center, Florida Defending champs: American Heritage boys,…