Washington DC Bans Water Bottles at Public Pools, Inspector Classified Them As Food

Team SwimSpray trains at the Wilson Aquatic Center in Washington, DC. Recently, the city banned water bottles anywhere on the pool deck because the health inspector classified them as “food.”


Pedro Oliveira comments on Swimwear Deal and Pablo Morales

Oliveira is a backstroke and butterfly specialist who enters the professional ranks following an exceptional NCAA career at the University of Louisville. Prior to being a Cardinal, Oliveira had already competed in the 2008 Olympic Games and was Portugal’s National Champion in both the 200m fly and 200m backstroke.

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Roy-Allan Saul Burch lands FINIS Sponsorship

FINIS, a world leader in technical swimming products that maximize your swimming potential and technique, announces the sponsorship of Olympic…

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Rethink Your Pulling Equipment

Swimmers? Maybe it’s time to rethink your pulling equipment.

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Shark Swimming Trunks Launch In 2013

Shark, the swimwear designer and producer based in London, is pleased to announce it has officially begun trading. At Shark,…


Don’t Live Life the Chlorinated Way, Use SwimSpray

“All jokes aside, the phenomenon reported by Ryan Lochte is nothing new to the swimming world. Swimmers have been “smelling like the pool” since chlorine was first added to pools.”

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The 2013 Nike Swim Photo Vault

” Even Nature’s Laws Were Meant to be Broken”

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Dr. Shyong Leads Team SwimSpray to Colony Zone Swimming Championship

SwimSpray’s standout performer was Dr. Andrew “Andy” Shyong, of Bergen County, New Jersey, winning three events and contributing to several relays. Dr. Shyong won the 50 fly, 50 back, and 100 IM.

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Swimming Through Medical School – Abby Nunn

Abby is about two months away from finishing her first year of medical school at UVA. When she’s not studying, Abby is either coaching the Charlottesville YMCA Aquatic Club (CYAC) or training on her own, for long distance open water swims.

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FINIS Agility Paddles Receive 2013 Red Dot Award for High-Quality Product Design

Jason Dunford, FINIS Athlete, using Agility Paddles. (Photo Credit: FSI)

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A3 Performance Spotlight

Darian Townsend, Olympic Champion, A3 performance athlete (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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TYR Launches Next Generation Sports Drink – TYR Endurance Sport

TYR formulated a high caliber hydration system that combines endurance, performance and recovery ingredients to enable athletes to maximize and sustain their full potential for prolonged periods of time.

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How to Choose a Hand Paddle

There are many different styles of paddles to choose from. So how do you know which ones are right for you?

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Make Use of Your Space In Swimming Pools

Summertime and “open swim” is fast approaching. It seems as if coaches and swimmers are always competing for lane space.

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