Jozsef Nagy

The Vertical Line

The idea first crossed my mind in 1994 during practice analyzing technique. It was finally implemented in 2010.


Daniel Gyurta Skips Hungarian Short Course Nationals

2016 Hungarian Short Course National Championships November 2nd-5th, 2016 Százhalombattán, Hungary 25 meter (short course meters) Results 2012 Olympic medalist…


Breaststroke Guru Nagy Will Coach Gyurta, Talks Hand Positioning

Legendary breaststroke coach Jozsef Nagy has returned to Hungary and will coach Daniel Gyurta and contributes an article on hand positioning for breaststroke


Kevin Cordes Discusses Training with Jozsef Nagy (Video)

In this discussion Kevin Cordes outlines some of the unique aspects of training with Jozsef Nagy…


Kevin Cordes Discusses His Approach to Long Course Training and Racing (Video)

American Kevin Cordes had a breakout season in 2015 winning a silver in the 200 breaststroke and a bronze in…


The Breaststroke Turn from Coach Jozsef Nagy

Foreword Legendary coach Jozsef Nagy is widely credited with inventing the modern “wave” breaststroke and has produced such elite-level swimmers…


Canadian Report – Day 5 – McCabe Qualifies for Final

Coming into day five at the FINA World Aquatic Championships in Barcelona the Canadian team had broken three national records…

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Annamay Pierse on how Canadian Swimmers can be difference makers

“I don’t think a lot of people in the Swimming Canada world realize how good they can they be.” This…

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Annamay Pierse on retirement

Over the past weekend at the Mel Zajac Jr. International SwimSwam had the opportunity to catch up with Canadian Olympian,…

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Q & A with Canadian Olympian Tera Van Belien

Last year was a fantastic year in the young career of Canadian Olympian Tera Van Belien. Van Belien qualified for…

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McCabe and Cochrane Win Swimmer of the Year at the Big Splash Awards

The Third Annual Big Splash Awards were held this evening at the John Bassett Theatre in Toronto. Before the event the…

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Tera Van Beilen and Martha McCabe

Callum Ng interviews Tera van Beilen and Martha McCabe, who went 1-2 in the women’s 200m Breaststroke at Canadian Olympic Trials and are 2-3 in the world this year (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)

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Canadian Trials Day 5 Video Recap

Davis Wuolle recaps Day 5 of Canadian Olympic Trials in Montreal (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)

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Annamay Pierse on How to Relax before Trials

World Record Holder Annamay Pierse talks about her preparations leading up to the big meet. (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)

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Hanna Pierse, Ready to Race

Hanna Pierse talks to Callum Ng about her experiences at past Olympic Trials (Courtesy Swimming Natation Canada/SendtoNews)

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