What you eat right before the race is just as important, so we’ve put together some meal ideas that will keep you going throughout the day.
Hai dedicato ore della tua vita in allenamento per perfezionare la tua tecnica. Ti sei allenato duramente per tutta la…
Doug Martin from Little Rock Masters in Little Rock, Arkansas, broke a pair of short course meters Masters World Records…
You feel ready, but before you set off, there are three common mistakes swimmers make on, and just before, race day. Don’t let these dietary blunders jeopardize your performance on the big day.
I was at our team’s Masters meet this weekend and I noticed how the energy was different than at an age group meet. In addition to fewer swimmers and spectators, everyone looked relaxed.
Realizing the growing popularity and potential of college clubs, US Master Swimming announced that it would step in and provide the infrastructure and organization currently missing in collegiate club swimming.
Jeff Farrell, Olympic Gold Medalist and many-time WR holder, was trapped in his house with his family during a mudslide. A gofundme page has been set up to help the family restore their house.
Susan Helmrich beat cancer 3 times. What has she to fear from 5 degree temperatures and a little bit of snow?
We all experience ruts and droughts with our swimming. Here are 5 ways to get things back on track.
Here are 8 swim parents that you have probably encountered at your local swim meet.
Jeff Farrell broke his first world record back in 1960, and recently broke yet another in the 80-84 Masters age group.
What does finesse mean with respect to swimming fast? Gary Hall Sr., Technical Director and Head Coach of The Race Club, dives deep on this topic.
If a swimmer is determined to use the kick for strong propulsion, the way most great swimmers do, then a six-beat kick is necessary…
World Champion Junya Koga demonstrates the one arm backstroke drill. This swim drill enables the swimmer to isolate the movement and position of the arm during the entry and underwater pull.
Once we understand how important it is to obey the law of inertia in the water, how do we really know if we are?