There is no denying that music is a vital part of our lives. We look for music to inspire us, motivate us and escape to another world. Many athletes vow that music is one of the most essential tools they have.
Now that the 2016 Rio Olympics are officially “next year,” let’s take a look back at the previous Olympic cycle to see just how much is likely to change between now and Rio.
Nathan Adrian, pictured above, came within .01 of his American record in the 50 free at the AESC Pro-Am in Oklahoma City.
Lara Jackson is the latest edition to the mid-December Pro-Am meet in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Continuing the tradition of providing professional and amateur swimmers a side-by-side competition, the King Marlin Swim Club will host the…
Auburn will host the Richard Quick Invitational this weekend, and the storied sprint school looks primed to provide most of the fireworks in the shortest races, according to the psych sheets.
Josh Schneider and Madison Kennedy emerged as the winners of the 5th Annual Jax 50 event, winning the bracketed, one-on-one 50 free competitions.
A post-retirement career working with racehorses rekindled a competitive fire for the reigning American record-holder, who is now making a comeback in South Florida.
The Ransom Everglades Pool near Miami, Florida will play home to a new Aaron-Ciarla-led professional training group.
The new Reference Guide from FINIS includes training sets and information from world-renowned coaches and athletes.
There is little consensus about the favorites in the women’s 100 free except that it should be a crazy, unpredictable race. (Photo: Lia Neal, Allison Schmitt, Missy Franklin, Jessica Hardy, Courtesy Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Natalie Coughlin has a new focus and new training partners, and could be a new force in the 50 free. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Trinidad and Tobago’s George Bovell won the men’s bracket over Cullen Jones.
Josh Schneider conquered his second-straight Tiburon Sprint Classic title. (Photo Courtesy: Mike Lewis/OlaVistaPhotography.com)