By Robert Sullivan, third in a series They swim for rewards, certainly. We are all reward-aspirant to larger and lesser…
“Why is the focus on the top swimmers? Why don’t younger kids get more attention?”
“Being involved in Awareness Day and with SAMHSA gives us the chance to emphasize that paying attention to mental health is another important component of growing up healthy,” says Michael Phelps of his and Allison Schmitt’s involvement in a special event.
“We will continue to support them throughout this journey to recovery,” reads a portion of Swimming Australia’s statement concerning troubled retired Olympian Grant Hackett’s recent behavior.
Talk of separate races for TUE (therapeutic use exemption) athletes is not new.
Navigating the Labyrinth: The Impact of Immigration Law on Elite International Swimmers (Featured image: Shaune Fraser 2-time Olympian/J.D., Legal Analyst and Joshua Bratter ESQ.)
Troubled retired swimming star Grant Hackett of Australia was arrested at his family’s home today, February 15th.
More than a third of SwimSwam readers picked the 400 IM as the hardest race in swimming in one of our most-voted polls yet.
As swim parents, most of us are extremely involved in our children’s lives. Our kids have tough schedules with practices before and after school, plus weekends spent at meets. They balance their busy swim schedules with academics and trying to have a “normal” lif
By Robert Sullivan, in the second part of a five-piece series They swim to reach goals. We all set goals…
Swim meets are a world upon themselves. They can be stressful, fun and a wild roller coaster ride. If we step back and let our swimmers take over, meets can be a place for them to be responsible.
Another possible Olympic swimmer has entered the world, courtesy of Aussie athletes Melanie and Chris Wright.
It’s hard being a swimmer sometimes, especially since, as all swimmers know, no one outside the sport understands swimming.