Underwater at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona

We’ve got it covered both above and below at this weekend’s Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona. Underwater swimming…


Below the surface in Austin Underwater Swimming Photo Vault #4

There’s no doubt this past weekend was good for both swimmers and swimming fans. Top flight talent didn’t disappoint and…

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Our 14 Favorite Underwater Photos from 2014

It’s the end of another year and we sat down with SwimSwam photographer Mike Lewis and selected 14 of our…


10 Cool Underwater Swimming Photos

If you’re a regular on SwimSwam then you know the work of photographer Mike Lewis.  Mike’s unique way of capturing swimming…


Navy Men’s Swim Team Recreates Famous Iwo Jima Scene Underwater

Late Wednesday night, the Navy Men’s swimming & diving seniors recreated the historic flag-raising on the island of Iwo Jima…


The Key to “Easy” Fly

There is a considerable degree of difficulty associated with Butterfly, but poor technique can often be attributed to incorrect coaching methods.


Dissecting a Dolphin Kick

One of the most common stroke errors is the inability to use both sides of the dolphin kick. Sometimes this issue is hard to diagnose….

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Give Thanks & Listen to Great Music

We have a lot to be thankful for as swimmers. In particular, great new products and great technology.

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New Novel Feature Swimmers Chasing the Olympic Dream

Photo Credit: Mike Lewis, Ola Vista Photography

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Zooming in the Pool

The use of short blade fins, such as FINIS Zoomers, can help an athlete train smarter in the pool. How? We provide a couple of examples that highlight the advantages of Zoomer training.

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What makes the Foil Monofin So Good?

Bob Gillett, the co-designer of the FINIS Foil Monofin, describes what makes this monofin so good…

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One step closer to swimming like a dolphin.


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