Florent Manaudou will be the favorite to repeat his gold medal performance in the 50 free at the Rio Olympics.
Aussie distance legend Grant Hackett will be providing swimming commentary for Qatar’s beIN Sports network this summer.
Roland Schoeman, who has competed at the last four Olympic Games, has been named the head coach of the Trinidad…
Despite a recent monetary influx to their nation’s Olympic Committee, South African athletes hoping to medal in Rio are still reportedly stuck footing most of their own Olympic bills.
Want to supercharge your freestyle? Try out this drill courtesy of Canyons’ Coley Stickels that will help you improve your early vertical forearm.
Watch 4 time Olympian Roland Schoeman, World Champion Junya Koga and Elite Marathon swimmer, Lexie Kelly led by Coach Gary Hall take it back to the basics allowing the swimmer to feel ‘drag forces’ that may often go unoticed.
South African Roland Schoeman fell just short of reaching his dream of a 5th Olympic Games appearance.
No country in the world has a more glaring gender-gap in swimming than does South Africa.
SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (SA OLYMPIC TRIALS) King Aquatic Park, Durban, South Africa Sunday, April 10th – Saturday, April 16th…
Chad Le Clos’ reveals his list of events he’ll be swimming at the South African Olympic Trials, which begin on April 10th.
The highest-positioned Japanese 100m freestyler in the world rankings is its national record holder, Katsumi Nakamura, with his time of 48.55, but he was joined by 11 fellow Japanese swimmers who dipped beneath 50 seconds in prelims of the event in Tokyo.
Many are talented kickers, but all fast swimmers work their kick a lot. Dolphin kick not only requires tremendous leg strength, it demands the whole body to move to create maximum propulsion.
Florent Manaudou already had great speed on top of the water, but since 2012 he has made several changes that have led him to dominate off the blocks
Roland Schoeman shows how head elevation slows your technique while Junya Koga swims freestyle effortlessly with his head in the correct swimming technique.
Olympic Gold Medalist Roland Schoeman has developed one of the fastest dolphin kicks in the world. The dolphin kick has become so important in the sport of swimming, now being used in all four strokes, that it is commonly referred to as the ‘fifth stroke’.