In this week on the SwimSwam Breakdown, the Olympics are over and ISL season 3 is coming in hot. Here are this week’s top stories
Jonty Skinner has led the ISL’s Cali Condors to an incredible October with a pair of wins, two American records and six ISL records.
Skinner breaks down what really makes the condors work and why they have so much team chemistry together in and out of the pool
ISL Stagione 2: scopriamo chi sono i capi allenatore e gli assistenti allenatori delle 10 squadre che parteciperanno alla seconda stagione
Matteo Giunta returns as the head coach of Aqua Centurions for the 2nd season of the ISL, set to get underway on October 16th in Budapest, Hungary. (Abo
When you come to grips with the fact that we already bully ourselves, do athletes really need another voice that makes them feel marginalized and inadequate?
Dave Salo will coach one of the new clubs, the Tokyo Frog Kings, during the ISL’s second season.
If it weren’t for Michael Phelps, would we be discussing Laszlo Cseh in the conversation as greatest male swimmer of all-time?
“Although my departure isn’t super timely, we’ve both benefited from the experience,” the veteran coach Skinner said in a statement to SwimSwam.
before the arrival of Usain Bolt in the 100m and 200m dash, running had hit sort of a wall where sprinters weren’t getting much faster
Jonty Skinner is always concocting some new formula to think differently about swimming. If you haven’t heard his talk on Hydro Freestyle, check it out here.
After two seasons at the University of Pittsburgh, Westfall becomes new head coach Coley Stickels’ first hire since he was brought on at Alabama in April.
Six Division I head coach positions remain open as the wild NCAA offseason finally starts to slow down.
According to source, Auburn alum and current FSU assistant Ozzie Quevedo will be heading to Alabama to join Coley Stickels’ staff.
Gabhart is the second Indiana freshman from Bloomington South High School to seek a transfer.