Has a stranger ever approached you and said, “Let me guess…you’re a swimmer?” Swimmers might be surprised each time this happens, but we really shouldn’t be. There are so many telltale giveaways we spend most of our time in a swimming pool.
Light your swimming ablaze with these 7 tips for developing powerful self-confidence for swimmers.
The Pace Clock Pro allows teams to utilize various timing components to measure critical moments such as start reaction times, relay exchanges, turn speed, and more.
No matter where you stand on the ladder of swimming prowess, from age grouper to world record holder, there are days where we just aren’t feeling it. Here are 6 ways to get fired up again.
If you thirst to go faster, improve your times, or slice through the water with a bit more ease, then a change is needed.
In 2016, Barbados enjoys a golden year of 50 years and the Barbados Open Water Festival (BOWF) will enjoy a milestone of its own as it hosts its fifth event Nov 2-6.
It’s hot up in Portland this week for the 2016 US Masters Swimming Summer Nationals – 100+ degrees on deck….
Competing at the 2016 U.S. Swimming Summer National Championships in Gresham, Oregon, SwimSwam photographer Mike Lewis raced to victory in the men’s 1500 meter freestyle.
Olympic swimming may be over, but that is by no means the end of the summer racing season. This week…
We’ve all been there — 12 swimmers, 1 lane. Here are 10 ways to be an awesome lane-mate when lane space is at a premium.
The Mizzou swimmers will be participating as angel swimmers meaning they will offer encouragement and assistance to the SAA St. Louis swimmers.
If you’ve recently started swimming, or have been participating in this powerful sport for years, there’s a chance that you may need a refresher on just what to eat to stay in top form.
Laid back, tatty’d up, and blisteringly fast, Anthony Ervin has been carving up pools worldwide over the course of his two part career. Here are 8 things you might not have known about the American sprinter.