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With the best of intentions, we want to motivate our kids to be more competitive—but watch out—it might backfire. When we compare our kids, we may cause more harm than good.
The “BA Early Bird Invitational” hosted by Boilermaker Aquatics from May 18th-20th at Purdue University will be taking the entry overflow from the TYR Pro Series meet in Indianapolis the same weekend.
Over a year ago the Roosevelt Island Marlins Swim Team, a small non-profit community-based organization run by parent volunteers, was confronted with a series of adversities that would have daunted even the most stout-hearted of competitors.
A former high school teacher and swim coach in the Kansas City area has been indicted by a federal grand jury on allegations that he sexually exploited seven minors over two decades.
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Trey Freeman closed out the Arena LC Invitational with four more wins on Sunday morning.
Trey Freeman took down six events on the opening two days of the Arena Long Course Invitational.
Garrett McCaffrey, Co-Founder of SwimSwam and swimming media legend, has embraced a new challenge, one much closer to the water than sitting behind a desk.
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Shannon Foster, a swim coach in North Carolina, has been added to USA Swimming’s banned list after police say she knew fellow coach Nathan Weddle was sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl.
John ‘Jay’ Smith, a former swim coach for the WTRC Sharks swim team, has been permanently banned by USA Swimming as he faces legal charges of sexual imposition, disorderly conduct and phone threats.
“My story is far too common because of a simple truth: Sexual abuse does not happen in a vacuum. For too long, USA Swimming has been an ideal hunting ground for sexual predators, and Safe Sport done nothing to change that sad fact.”
At Pro Swims, it’s a no brainer that you see a lot of fast swimmers. Whether they’re on the national team, Olympic champions, NCAA stand outs, or rising stars, you’re bound to see talent if you go to one of these meets. If you’re competing in the meet as well, this can be a rare opportunity to meet and talk with your swimming idols