Catch the latest on happenings outside the pool, including news on Cullen Jones, Emily Brunneman and a swimming anime series.
World champion Michael Klueh is getting involved in the Ann Arbor community while attending med school, and expecting a baby with wife Emily Brunemann, also a former pro swimmer.
In addition to the coaching staff, 3 current and former USA Swimming Open Water National Team members, including the defending World Champion in the 5k Ashley Twichell (above), will attend.
Athletes Connected was created to provide athletes with support, coping skills and breakdown stigma surrounding mental health so that athletes would be more likely to address their mental wellness…
High-profile swimmers such as 4-time Olympic gold medalist Allison Schmitt have opened up about their depression, helping others realize that even those who seem invincible can struggle with (and overcome!) depression.
Australia will need to do more than emulate the United States if it wants to thrive in 2020
Navigating choppy conditions on Lac St-Jean in central Quebec, Canada on Thursday, the home nation defended its water by sweeping…
American Sean Ryan, on the 2016 Olympic Team, leads a big field to Balatonfured on Saturday.
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We all fall on a continuum of wellbeing and can benefit…
USA Swimming announced today the 12 members of the Open Water National Team for 2016-17.
Check out all of our 2015 Swammy Awards here. Heart of a Champion Award: Emily Brunemann, Kally Fayhee, and Athletes…
Reacting to our triggers is normal, but if we don’t recognize them and respond to them appropriately, they may actually cause a downward spiral, making us feel worse and worse.
Check out this video, submitted by Michigan swimming alum Emily Brunemann. Emily has been instrumental in SwimSwam’s ongoing series on mental health.
Eve and Candace, the “World’s Foremost Unknown Swim Vloggers”, traveled to Los Angelesto interview the stars on the Red Carpet before the 2015 Golden Goggles Award Show.
The University of Michigan’s “Athletes Connected” program is hosting a free webinar focused on mental health in student-athletes.