Swimmers blowing bubble rings should be an Olympic event!
My sister makes fun of me for my late-to-the-party interest in Michael Phelps. Back in 2007 – 08, when he was breaking world records, dominating the sport and eating up space on magazine covers, he barely registered with me. I don’t know how I managed such ignorant bliss; we were on the University of Michigan campus at the same time
It’s that time of year up here in the northern hemisphere; summer time! With hot weather, lot’s of daylight and warmer water it’s big time open water season. With that in mind here’s some of our favorite open water swimming events.
Danielle Strader-Bordi: “I’ve been there and have experiences at almost all levels of swimming, even at some of the highest levels. I can relate to the athletes and I know how a suit should fit and how the goggles should feel.”
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An open letter from Bob McCallister, Cobb County Aquatics Manager, to all owners, operators, and users of indoor pools. (Featured Image: Mountain View Aquatic Center)
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Long course season and warmer weather means fewer lanes and more swimmers in the water. When pressed for space, coaches and swimmers all-too-often sacrifice speed and turn development in workouts.
Micah Lawrence (featured image): “I’m so honored to be joining my training partners as part of Team Speedo. Ryan and Cullen have shown me what can be achieved with the brand’s backing, and I’m excited to be on board.”
Who wouldn’t want to work in swimming? The sport of swimming is great!
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Two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton knows swimming, knows the lifestyle and strives to make it fit her life. She trains with…
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Here’s a sneak peek at the 2015 Dolfin Swim Catalog. Dolfin is stepping up their elite presence in swimming recently signing Haley Anderson, Michael Kleuh & Emily Brunemann.
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#1 – Leverage. SwimSwam is now the most read swimming news and lifestyle website in the world.
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Adolph Kiefer was born in 1918, back in the days of Babe Ruth and the Red Baron.
When joining a new swim club for the first time, a swimmer undoubtedly has numerous questions running through his or her head: How will I fit in with the rest of the team? Will I be able to connect well with the coach? Am I going to be the slowest swimmer on deck?
Patrick is perhaps best known for his 111-mile swim down the Sacramento River or for his double crossing of Lake Tahoe. His sights are now set on Lake Michigan, where he will swim over 70 miles from Milwuakee along the historic skyline to Chicago.