Michael Phelps trained at Medowbrook for the majority of his career, including in preparation to the 2000, 2004, and 2012 Olympics
ASCA and Fitter and Faster announce the top 50 ‘age group coach of the year’ nominations.
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.
North Baltimore Aquatic Club has selected Paul Yetter as its new head senior coach.
North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) is looking to hire a Head Coach to lead the team and coach the top two groups (High Performance and Challenge 1) at Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
Join Michael Phelps and honorary gala chairman, Debbie Phelps as NBAC hosts its quadrennial gala, Countdown to Gold, in support of Olympic Trial Qualifiers and their quest for Olympic greatness in Rio.
Want to set goals like the GOAT? Check out ASU Head Coach Bob Bowman’s book entitled, “The Golden Rules”, scheduled to be released May 17th.
Michael Phelps will be moving away from his childhood stomping grounds, the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center, to continue training with Bob Bowman at Arizona State.
ASU Coach Bob Bowman sat down with Garrett McCaffrey for an exclusive interview this weekend.
After Bob Bowman and Michael Phelps (above) head to Tempe, Arizona following the 2015 World Championships, Erik Posegay will take over as the head coach at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club.
Listening to your coach is something that every swimmer needs to learn to do. Athletes that have a coach that they can rely on and have confidence in will become greater swimmers in the long run.
Bob Bowman, coach of the one and only Michael Phelps, will become Head Coach at Arizona State University.
SwimMac and NBAC close out final night as champions at Indy Sectionals
Allison Schmitt of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club swam the 2nd-fastest 200 yard free in history on Friday at the American Short Course Championships.
Max Miranda of the Bluefish Swim Club earned his first Olympic Trials cut on Sunday in Piscataway, New Jersey.