Do you need more speed in your swimming? Here is your chance to learn from one of the best, Ryan Mallam, Associate Head Coach of Sun Devil Swimming.
Texas sophomore Joseph Schooling is entered in only two individual events (100/200 fly) for 2016 NCAAs so is free to swim on all five Longhorn relays.
Schooling opts out of the rest of the Arena Pro Swim Series Austin due to a viral fever.
Katie Ledecky (gold) and Missy Franklin (bronze) picked up medals in the 200 free at the 2015 World Champs; an event we could see them face off in again in the finals in Rio.
It’s no surprise that the best swimming state’s public Universities sit on top of the NCAA rankings
The Eddie Reese Invite revealed some monstrous speed. Clark Smith was the star of the day in the 2000 free. Watch him split 8:52 at the 1000, and 14:39 at the 1650 on his way to a 17:44 at the finish.
Gemmell is the primary coach of Katie Ledecky, the 2015 FINA Swimmer of the meet at the recent FINA World Championship and the head coach of Nation’s Capital Swim Club.
“Bob and David are two of the most dynamic, innovative and well-respected coaches in our sport.” said USA National Team Director Frank Busch
Adding a fourth day to the meet will help spread out the events, but it could make the final day more challenging.
It was a banner NCAA season for Texas’s Will Licon, but the rising junior has had a relatively quiet summer. He checked in with SwimSwam to talk summer training, NCAA time drops and goals for this coming summer.
During the freestyle leg of his 200 IM, he rolled onto his back while underwater in streamline and kicked out on his back until just before his breakout.
THE BRICK is the world’s first-ever coreboard, a 6 lb weighted kickboard that turns any kick set into a total body workout that actually changes a swimmer’s body position in the water—even after the kicking is done.
With the Southeast Asia (SEA) Games now underway, spectators have already glimpsed the greatness of Singapore’s rising star in 19-year…
Singaporean coach Sergio Lopez will be leading the clinic which will also feature University of Texas head coach Eddie Reese.
The Texas Longhorn men, champions of this spring’s men’s NCAA Championships, have a new addition to their home pool: the official 2015 NCAA Champions banner.