Lilly King has proclaimed this to be her “big 200 summer.” But, will she back that statement up in Tokyo?
The Indiana University Department of Athletics announced on Monday that senior women’s swimmer Lilly King, senior swimmer Ian Finnerty and men’s soccer’s Grant Lillard have been named IU’s 2017-18 Athletes of the Year.
The U.S. debut of arena’s new Powerskin Carbon-Air Diamond White Limited Edition marks yet another bold statement in the global three-diamond brand’s long line of innovative, game-changing swimwear products.
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2018 WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, March 14th – Saturday, March 17th McCorkle Aquatic Pavillion — Columbus, OH Prelims 9AM/Finals 5PM (Eastern…
Ruta Meilutyte will try to get her rhythm back under Dave Salo, as the 20-year-old makes the move to Trojan Swim Club.
Stroke rate for breaststroke is quite variable, particularly for the 200. Regardless, the speed at which the legs are drawn forward and push backward to provide propulsion is critical.
Nathan Adrian, who holds series records in the 50 and 100 free, will be competing at this weekend’s Pro Swim Series stop in Austin.
When athletes begin to judge themselves as harshly as they do their performances it can have a very negative affect on their mental health.
Have you ever battled with pre-race anxiety? Olympic gold medalist Rebecca Soni shares her advice on how to beat this powerful foe…
Olympic gold medalist Rebecca Soni fell in love with yoga while training as a professional athlete and has made it a life long practice…
Breaststroke is the most challenging, inefficient and slowest of the four strokes. It is also the key to a successful IM.
Yoga can significantly increase core strength and flexibility while lengthening muscles, creating a more streamlined physique in swimming.
Rebecca Soni: “Dolphin Kick Breaststroke drill is one of my favorites. For me, the biggest benefit of this drill is being able to work on the timing of the stroke. The timing is the most important variable in this stroke.
Yuliya Efimova’s 1:04.03 breast leg was the fastest in history in the women’s 400 medley relay.
Lilly King and Yuliya Efimova will go head-to-head three times in Budapest, with the 50 breast the third and final round.