Forbes Carlile

Shouts From the Stands: Swimming’s Technological Revolution

As world record times continue to drop, and athletes seem to be getting continually faster, one must ask what factors besides pure strength are contributing to this never ending cycle of world record breaking.

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Kiphuth Of Yale: A Swimming Dynasty

With respect to competitive swimming, Kiphuth, in 1918, was a greenhorn. But he was a wise and observant greenhorn. Kiphuth adopted most of the old methods, but held firmly to his own belief in the physical and well-conditioned body.

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Australian Olympic Legend Forbes Carlile Passes Away At 95

Forbes Carlile, longtime Olympic swim coach and the oldest remaining Australian Olympian, has passed away Tuesday at the age of 95.

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Jacco Verhaeren Listens To Legendary Coaches From Australia’s Past

Australian Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren and storied Australian coaches from the past engaged in a recent meeting of the minds.

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History of the Swimming Pace Clock

The Palm Beach Scientific Training Group poses with the world’s first swimming pace clock at the Palm Beach rock pool north of Sydney, Australia in 1946.

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