Industry

2017 World Championship Qualifier Sarah Gibson Joins Team Elite

Team Elite Aquatics and Coach David Marsh are thrilled to announce their latest athlete, World Championships qualifier and current USA Swimming National Team member, Sarah Gibson.

  Comment First!

Read more »

5 Reasons the Swim School Industry is Hot

As CEO of the largest franchisor of swim school brands in the U.S. (SafeSplash, SwimLabs, and Swimtastic), I often get propositioned by developers to add swim schools to their retail centers.

Read more »

Dolfin Launches LightStrike (TM) – Photo Vault

Greg Meehan, 2017 NCAA coach of the year: “LightStrikeTM gives our athletes the power of a perfect fit, customized to their specific stroke and body type along with the greatest technology on the market.”

Read more »

Video: The Fastest Stroke In Swimming

We all look at the greats in the sport of swimming and drool at their skills underwater. Well….today we are showing YOU how to train to be like those guys!

Triton Series Postpones SPI Open Water Festival To Spring

With the holidays approaching quickly, Triton announced this morning that the South Padre Island Open Water Festival will be rescheduled for the weekend of April 28-29, 2018.

Tokyo World Cup Money Lists: 3 More In Line To Crack $100K

With one stop to go, Chad le Clos and Sarah Sjostrom lead the series money lists, but Vladimir Morozov, Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Kirill Prigoda look poised to join them over six figures by tour’s end.

Sjostrom Surges To 132-Point Lead With Top Tokyo World Cup Points

Sarah Sjostrom is well on her way to a 2017 World Cup title, leading by 132 points over five-time defending champ Katinka Hosszu and outscoring the field with three wins in Tokyo.

Dolfin Performance Swimwear: LightStrikeTM In-Depth Video

Matt Zimmer,  Dolfin Swimwear’s VP of Global Development, breaks down Dolfin’s latest in performance technology–LightStrikeTM. 

Pool Space Solutions From Down Under

Swimming is a favorite Aussie pastime, so it’s no wonder a unique swimming pool separation system was developed in Australia. SwimWall Systems™ help maximize pool space and allow a variety of aquatic activities to take place simultaneously.

More Industry

Go Wild For Wild Water

Funkita are mixing the pool with colours and showing off their wild side! With wild strokes, wild animals and colours through the Wild Water collection, the latest range from the Australian swimwear brand showcases bright, bold and eye catching prints with the help of the gorgeous Funkita athletes bringing them to life!

Joe Schooling: “You Gotta Be Nasty When You Race,” Forbes 30 Under 30

Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling has arrived on Forbes Magazine’s prestigious ’30 Under 30.’ Watch his video profile.

5 Million Children Served With Swim Lessons Through Make A Splash

The USA Swimming Foundation announced today that in its first 10 years, more than 5 million children have received the lifesaving gift of swim lessons through its 850-member Make a Splash Local Partner network.

For Butterfly And Breaststroke: Use Your Head

At The Race Club we have always preached to our campers to try to swim smarter.

Dolfin Launches LightStrikeTM – FINA approved Patent Pending Racing Technology

LightStrikeTM was developed after years of research in biomechanics, active drag analysis, fabric innovation, and compression analysis.

512 New Swim Jobs You Might Love

Want a job in swimming? We have over 1199 Swim Jobs listed.

Sjostrom, Hosszu Tie For Top Earner At Beijing World Cup

2017 FINA WORLD CUP – BEIJING Friday, November 10th & Saturday, November 11th National Aquatics Center (Water Cube), Beijing, China…

Le Clos, Morozov Tied For Cluster 3 Lead After Beijing World Cup

Chad le Clos and Vladimir Morozov sit tied for the Cluster 3 points lead on the World Cup series, with Le Clos still holding a commanding lead in overall points.

509 New Swim Jobs You Might Love

Want a job in swimming? We have over 1196 Swim Jobs listed.

Video: Fixing Your Backstroke

This week we are talking Backstroke. The most overwhelming reason why swimmers aren’t swimming at the highest level with their backstroke is stroke tempo.