Indiana has a unique way of combining underwater video and a weight-bearing pulley system – and now they’re sharing their intel with SwimSwam readers.
Ray’s team are like an Aquatic Research & Development department innovating in eye-popping ways for this delve into mind-body connection
When you start counting the accomplishments of swimmers under Ray Looze’s umbrella at Indiana, the results start to pile up quickly.
Katinka Hosszu shared the origin story of the “Iron Lady” nickname in one of 2020’s most-watched episodes of the SwimSwam Podcast.
Florida head coach Anthony Nesty guided two Gator men to become the fastest in history, earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Men’s NCAA Coach of the Year.
2020 was a really hard year for swimmers, and everyone else. See who made the best of it and are honored with our 2020 Swammy Awards.
Lilly King and 7 other pros based at Indiana University will swim a “Pro Race Day” on Wednesday morning, swimming a series of full-speed races.
Looze talks about the ins and outs of learning how to coach breaststroke, what he looks for in potential recruits, and how to build up a great breaststroke
Members of the Indiana pro group have been able to train in a pond twice a week on the grounds of a south Bloomington subdivision.
Tanner swam for Doc Counsilman during his collegiate career, and would go on to coach Bloomington High School North for over two decades.
Looze recalls when Cuban Mario Gonzalez made an extraordinary comeback to take gold in the 200 breast on his home turf over both American swimmers.
Looze addressed a number of topics surrounding the abrupt end to the 2019-20 NCAA season, and the Olympic postponement, in a conference call Friday.
In his most recent vlog, Miller describes how he was making the two-hour trek from Bloomington to Evansville in order to train during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Training Blocks: workouts from top college & pro training groups over the course of a week, to see how the top minds in our sport build a training block.
Ray Looze has a good thing going at Indiana, but is the allure of the head coaching job at his alma mater USC enough to pull him away from Bloomington?