10 ideas and tips on 10 and under swim practices…the SwimMAC way.
Derek Toomey is among the athletes scratching the first prelims session of the Arena Pro Swim Series in Austin.
The Hosszu cometh: Katinka won last year’s circuit despite swimming just two of the six meets. She’ll try to track down points leader Elizabeth Beisel in Austin.
The swimming “Report Card” touches on the many important factors that make for a great season.
Lakeland Hills YMCA Swim Team in northern New Jersey had their first annual winter social: a private screening of Missy Franklin’s Touch The Wall and a frigid dip into their local lake for The Polar Plunge.
Sailfish Aquatics based in Concord and Huntersville, NC is seeking a Head Age Group coach to join our staff. The Head Age Group coach will be responsible for setting the curriculum for the 12 and under swimmers.
Clockwise from left: Mason Tittle, Maddie Ward, Matt Horner, Grant Watson, Hank Poppe, Zach Ottati, Eric VanBrocklin, Calvin Kirckpatrick, Jake Rollo, Aaron Lutzker (not pictured).
The Pacific Coast All Stars Meet brings together some of the top age groupers from the West Coast to compete for their LSCs, and in 2015, it was Southern California Swimming that once again rose to the top. (Southern California’s team pictured).
USA Swimming’s National Board of Review has ruled that former Greater Holyoke YMCA swim coach Randall Smith will not be banned from coaching.
Max Miranda of the Bluefish Swim Club earned his first Olympic Trials cut on Sunday in Piscataway, New Jersey.
“By the time we boarded the plane for France, we were feeling pretty confident that all details had been handled. But we were wrong. We had overlooked an essential aspect of traveling with SwimBoy. Caloric intake.”
Lake Country Swim Team (LCST) is a well-established year-round USA swimming team with more than 300 registered swimmers. LCST has a long tradition of success at the state, zone and national level.
Sierra Schmidt won both the 400 free and 400 IM on Saturday at the CeraVe Invitational.
Easop Lee of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club won two individual and one relay event on Friday at the CeraVe Invitational.
30-year-old Ryan Lochte is entered in the 400 IM, which would be his first shot at the race since his major knee injury in the fall of 2013.