Nathan Adrian won the 50 free at Masters Nationals with a blistering 18.78. Here the Olympic gold medalist talks with SwimSwam’s Mike Lewis about competing at the Masters level.
It’s been a great ride so far at the 2014 USMS spring nationals at the George Haines International Swim Center…
A talented field showed up in full force on day 2 of Masters Nationals in Santa Clara, CA, with athletes smashing 15 different American records.
Nathan Adrian Lights Up Masters’ Nationals 50 Free in 18.78; Four Olympic Gold Medalists Win Age Groups
Nathan Adrian is one of four Olympic gold medalists to wind up on top of the podium in the men’s 50 free alone on Friday at Masters’ Nationals.
It’s still a bit of a swimming novelty when an athlete breaks two records in the same swim. But 80-year-old David Radcliff took that even a few steps further.
It is time to challenge yourself to think in new ways.
A front view of TYR’s brand new Global Headquarters in Seal Beach, CA. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows maximize natural lighting, which helps decrease the company’s carbon footprint.
The men’s 100 free field features Olympians Matt Biondi, David Sims, Josh Davis, Anthony Ervin (pictured), Nathan Adrian, Darian Townsend and Philip Morrison among others.
Peeing in the pool creates a nerve toxin cyanogen chloride, which reacts slowly with water vapor to form toxic hydrogen cyanide poison. This issue is quite serious. Serious enough that the Federal Government has been taking steps to address the issue of indoor pool air quality.
We’ve taken a look at Lochte’s 200 freestyle race from two Grand Prix events, just as we did with Phelps’ 100 butterfly.
Swimming video is courtesy of US Masters Swimming.
In the early weeks of a season, there are a few key training elements you should take advantage of. #2 is kicking…a lot. (Stock Featured Image: Charlie Houchin)
The national tour will feature appearances by newly appointed USA Swimming Foundation Ambassadors: three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Nathan Adrian, Olympic Gold Medalist Anthony Ervin (featured image), and returning this year are four-time Olympic Gold Medalist Janet Evans and swimming legend Rowdy Gaines.
Tim Crowley: “There are two types of swimmers: Those who have had shoulder issues, and those who will develop them.”
“This partnership is a win-win for both Life Time and USMS,” says Alicia Kockler, Life Time’s director of aquatics.