With a couple days to reflect, here’s what stood out to us at the 2021 Men’s NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships last week.
Ryan Hoffer led the Cal men to a fourth straight Pac-12 title, winning all three of his individual events and contributing on four winning relays.
We’ve seen some exceptional swimming from the bears in the last few months, and Durden breaks down the purpose behind each race since November
Madelyn Sursi, who credits her uncle Dave Durden with inspiring her to stick with swimming, has committed to Eastern Michigan.
When you start counting the accomplishments of swimmers under Ray Looze’s umbrella at Indiana, the results start to pile up quickly.
Florida head coach Anthony Nesty guided two Gator men to become the fastest in history, earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Men’s NCAA Coach of the Year.
A Franklin report about her shoulder problems nearly broke SwimSwam with a deluge of traffic. Franklin shares the story behind the report and more.
Murphy explains that he expects to get better and better as the season goes because of the process he and his coach, Dave Durden, tend to follow
Ritorno al gommato: dopo Caeleb Dressel, Fred Bousquet spiega a SwimSwam perchè secondo lui dovrebbero essere reintrodotti
The Cal men have added Roman Willets to their coaching staff, bringing on the area club coach and Michigan alum as a volunteer assistant.
Gangloff started by talking about his days at Auburn, under David Marsh and Dave Durden, and how that influenced his coaching style moving forward
The time standards for the 2021 Olympic Trials will remain intact, at least through December 31, with the possibility of getting faster after that date.
Reported by Coleman Hodges, SwimSwam Head of Production and Dr. Wyatt Hodges’ brother.
Hoffer has been a preeminent short course sprinter for years. But he still managed a breakout season his junior year at Cal.
The US Olympic men’s head coach is framing the postponement of the Games to 2021 as more of a continuation rather than a reset on training.