At all of our Race Club camps, we discuss with swimmers and their parents the importance of knowing what path the swimmer is on. Surprisingly, many don’t really know.
As planned, the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials pools are set to arrive in the Santa Ynez Valley, California community on March 3rd.
Devin came from Pipeline Swimming in Tampa, Florida where he coached Junior National and Junior Olympic qualifiers as well as High School State Champions and the Bosnian National Record Holder in the 50 and 100 Freestyle.
Today marks 50 days from the start of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. So to commemorate, we’re looking back at every men’s medalist in the 50 freestyle throughout Olympic history.
Practice makes perfect. You cannot develop a fast freestyle or dolphin kick without a lot of hard work. But the rewards are great. Here are five of my best tips for developing a stronger, faster kicking speed.
He’s not even being ironic when he does it either. You should’ve seen Gary’s face…but seriously, Gary, the Harlem Shake?
Is today the day that the column makes some (some) sense? Find out for yourself, in this installment of: Point? Counter Point!
Chris Michael used to make funny swim videos for a show called Chlorination. And oddly enough, he has not hit rock bottom, now working for emerging media giant Fullscreen. Which makes it unclear why he’s talking to us. Hm.
Jason Lezak, Missy Franklin, Gary Hall Jr., Lt. Frank Drebin, Women in Combat, and – of course – Dear Abby. Yep, all of it.
Gary and Dave take the readers through their creative process, which creatively leads to a discussion of the NCAA and slavery. David thinks it’s their best column. Gary is disappointed with sense, and how often the column makes it.
Casey Barrett is not only a guy that lives in New York, but also an emmy and peabody winning writer for NBC. And he swam in the Olympics. No, no, he’s not an annoying go-getter, actually he’s totally relatable.
Davis Tarwater? Here? With…us? We couldn’t believe it either! Come read how badly we muck it up, you’ll hate it!
The column that addresses the beauty and impact of swimming on self-esteem and body image. Most of the time it does this.