Courtesy of Smack Strap, a SwimSwam partner Smack Straps are the most comfortable competitive replacement goggle straps on the market!…
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Daktronics, the company that manufactured the timing system at the Liberty University pool, has released a statement regarding the faulty…
TYR Sport is proud to announce the re-signing of 3X IRONMAN and 2X IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion Craig “Crowie” Alexander to its roster of sponsored athletes.
In a pre-session coaches meeting, after several teams threatened to walk out of the meet, organizers assured coaches that the…
TYR Sport is proud to announce its role as an official partner of the International Swim Coaches Association.
We are happy to announce that our campaign for the EDGE is now fully funded on Indiegogo!
SwimOutlet.com, the web’s most popular swim shop is unveiling the web’s most popular tech suit review again this week with the sixth edition of the SwimOutlet.com Tech Suit Review.
USA Swimming’s Board of Directors has approved new metrics for measuring CEO performance.
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Located at SPIRE Institute, a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training site and FINA Training Center, SPIRE Academy is an international high school and postgraduate academy focused on developing and preparing athletes to be successful in swimming.
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The next issue is WOMEN IN SWIMMING. It is over one pound, the biggest issue since the 2016 Olympic Preview. We profile the biggest female influencers in swimming–Olympic icons, rising talent, the greatest coaches, CEOs, Olympic industry insiders, even a famous comedian.
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The USOC no longer benefits our athletes, and there’s only one way to fix it. In the words of Sally Jenkins, “Knock. It. Down.”
There comes a time in every swimmers’ life when they decide to hang up the suit and goggles.