Press Release courtesy of P.M. Black The USA Swimming Long Course Southeastern Championships July 20-23 brings some of the nation’s top athletes…
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Swimming technique goes hand in hand with racing strategy. Racing strategy often involves implementing more than one swimming technique.
Kyle Chalmers of Australia recently pulled out of the World Championships to deal with SVT, a heart condition with which American breaststroker Rebecca Soni is all too familiar.
Yuliya Efimova’s 1:04.8 100 breast in France makes her the 3rd fastest performer in history.
Lilly King and Kierra Smith both swam top-five all time performances tonight in the 200 yard breaststroke at the Big Ten Conference Championships.
Follow Olympians in this 20 minute vinyasa yoga for swimmers focusing on core exercise.
Breaststroker/Freestyler Parker Seale will swim for the USC Trojans as a member of their men’s Class of 2021.
When is the fastest swim ever done by an American not considered the American record? There are currently 8 such swims on the books, courtesy of a unique rules anomaly.
Breaststroke kick is one of the most challenging techniques of swimming. A powerful breaststroke kick relies on having great flexibility in the hips and dorsiflexion of the ankles.
Current 200m backstroke world record holder Missy Franklin once again holds the top seed in the event headed into Omaha.
Katinka Hosszu will take on one of the toughest world records on the books in Rio: the women’s 400 IM.
James Guy will be one to watch out for at the European Championships in London.
While swimming, breathing is not that simple. The questions ‘How often do we breathe?’ ‘Where do we breathe?’ or even ‘How do we breathe?’ are legitimate ones. The answers are not that obvious, either.