Of course, not everyone can say they are spending their summer training for the national championship meet.
Here are some tips to help you keep the process fun and ultimately help you make the right choice in where you commit.
Josh and Jake Brown, of Talbot County YMCA and Queen Anne’s High School in Maryland, have both committed to swim for St. Bonaventure University next fall.
Many of us are just getting into the start of another winter swim season. Whether this is your first competitive winter season or your last, here are three things to focus on…
Michael Phelps can teach us so much about swimming, sports in general, and reaching your fullest potential. He shows us that you don’t have to be perfect to be the best.
We all have one. That one stroke when we hear its name, or see our name under the event, we give a great big sigh and say, “Coach, why am I doing this?”
The summer swim season is coming up and, no, I’m not talking about the long course season.
Swim teams come in all different shapes and sizes, and they are from many walks of life. Some are massive, having close to a thousand swimmers, and some are smaller. Here are 5 reasons why swimming on a small club team is great.