The Canadian Open, put together as an alternative to the postponed World Para Swimming Championships, will feature Canada and Australia’s national teams this weekend, per a press release from the meet.
Rafal Kusto of Uniegoszcz, Poland has made a verbal commitment to North Carolina State University for the 2018-19 season.
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Lewis Burras of Jumeirah College and Hamilton Aquatics in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) has verbally committed to swim at the University of Virginia next fall.
Coach Mike dove collegiately, and after his tenure in the NCAA went onto perform professionally as an attraction at aquatic parks and events
SwimSwam spoke with Dale Neuburger about this summer’s FINA Elections, conflicts of interest, and the build to Tokyo 2020.
Like it or not, the college recruiting process for swimming is rapidly changing. We have recently seen the first sophomore give a verbal commitment to ASU and there are over 200 high school juniors who have given their verbal commitments.
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Christian Hanselmann will return to Tennessee as an assistant coach, head coach Matt Kredich announced on Thursday. This will be…
A new aquatic center is coming to the state of Kansas, as the Shawnee Mission Board of Education approved contracts this week.
The Fitter & Faster Swim Tour, known for its high-performance clinics featuring Olympian instructors, has announced the Green Flag Series, exclusively for the Indiana LSC.
Swim Ireland’s future has taken on a brighter shine as of late, with 3 of the nation’s elite swimmers making history over the summer.
Incoming freshman Ryan Hoffer is a huge addition for the Bears and will play a big role on the relays in addition to being a key player individually. He’s already fast enough to have scored big in both sprints at 2017 NCAAs.
We work with plenty of swimmers of all different levels on a weekly basis, and one of the biggest problems we see across the board is a lack of engaging in legs when swimming freestyle.
The branding of sports drinks as a necessary part of our swim training and performance has been very successful in part to mass advertising and catchy little tunes “Like Mike”. But the question remains: Do we really need a Sports Drink to be like Mike? Let’s take a closer look.