Chris explains why now is the time for coaches to become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC). Enrollment to Become SSDC goes through Sep14th.
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7-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel has not rested since before the 2016 Olympics, and he intends to keep going through ISL Season 3.
Let’s play the prediction game. Michael Andrew appears to be on track to swim fast at the Olympic Games, but how fast? What do you think?
Defending Olympic backstroke champion Ryan Murphy unpacks his last quad, his competition, and I play the prediction game.
Brent Nowicki, the new FINA Executive Director is young, only 42 years old, and SwimSwam caught up with him at U.S. Olympic Trials.
Caeleb Dressel is flesh and bone, battling nervousness like everyone else. He shares insights into his 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials experience.
Smoliga surprised fans dropping a best time at the Atlanta Classic. How fast will she swim at Olympic Trials in the 100 back or even the 200 free?
Michael Andrew swam fast at the Indy Pro, going 58.6 100 breast, 50.8 100 fly, and 1:56.8 200 IM. How fast will he swim at U.S. Olympic Trials?
Carson Foster has 2016 Olympic Trials experience from when he was only 14 years old. How fast will he swim 400 IM at the 2021 Olympic Trials?
Mark Spitz shares his 1968 to 1972 journey to becoming the greatest Olympian of all-time. Mark is funny, insightful and full of swimming wisdom.
This is version two of the Dressel Olympic prediction game. My last predictions were way too safe, and commenters heckled me to for being a wimp.
In this podcast 9-time Olympic gold medalist Mark Spitz unpacks who he feared, his secret warmup, and what fueled his passion to win.
Katie Ledecky clearly has the secret training sauce. This spring she made me look like a wimp. So, we have to play the prediction game again!
Anthony Ervin, the oldest individual Olympic gold medalist in swimming history, will be competing at U.S. Olympic Trials. Will he make the team?
Will 5-time Olympic champion Nathan Adrian make the U.S. Olympic Team? It’s a fair question. He’s on the march toward his 4th U.S. Olympic Trials.