The 14-year-old bettered his own 100 backstroke mark at finals Friday night, going 57.13 to cut another two tenths off the 13-14 National Age Group record he set at the last Grand Prix stop in Austin, Texas.
It’s high school championship season in several parts of the country. That means fast swimming, and often from names you…
The Tualatin HIlls Swim Club foursome of (L-R) Caspar Corbeau, Nate McFaul, Trent Martinez, and David Liu broke two National Age Group Records on Wednesday.
In Swim Like a Champion – Butterfly, two of the world’s most successful butterflyers: Claire Donahue and Tyler McGill demonstrate and teach how to move through the water smoothly with perfect posture, balance, length, power and perfect timing.
Coach Gibson Swim Fort Lauderdale: “Take the pledge to be at your best. Take the pledge to be a good role model. Take the pledge to set the bar high for our profession. Let’s lead the charge. Do it for your athletes. Do it for your sport. Do it for yourself.”
Gianni Calderara of the Woodlands Swim Team, who has times good enough to have qualified him for a swim on the USA Swimming Grand Prix circuit, impressed judges enough to earn a “Ticket to Hollywood.”
David Marsh, CEO and Head Swim Coach of SwimMAC Carolina, explains the need for pro swim teams and the evolution of a possible pro swim league.
While many of his NCAP teammates were off swimming at the 2014 DC Metro Championships over the weekend, 10 year…
California 17-year old Matthew Klotz has broken two of his own Deaf Swimming World Records.
Michael Andrew with Father and Coach Peter Andrew. Swimming race video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Swimming race video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
Video is courtesy of Indie Swimming.
There weren’t a ton of meets this weekend, but the ones that took place were fast. Here are the Daring…
Tom Miazga has a lot on his plate. The 22-year-old Paralympian Wisconsin (he competed in the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games)…
What do you do OUTSIDE of the pool to get you faster IN the pool? You can always do more things to improve. Check out how Olympians Peter Vanderkaay and Chloe Sutton complement their hard work in the water and on land!