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.
Jason Dunford, FINIS Athlete, using Agility Paddles. (Photo Credit: FSI)
Darian Townsend, Olympic Champion, A3 performance athlete (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
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.
There are many different styles of paddles to choose from. So how do you know which ones are right for you?
Summertime and “open swim” is fast approaching. It seems as if coaches and swimmers are always competing for lane space.
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“The scientists at SwimSpray, LLC claim to have invented a simple, all-natural remedy for swimmersï¿½ longest standing problem: chlorine.”
Keith and Debbie Haden at the 2012 London Olympic Games. (Photo Credit: AASS)
We all make the trip to the pool for a slightly different reason. What is yours? #whyswim
Jason Dunford, FINIS Athlete (Photo Credit: FUSA)
There are a few differences between racing long course and short course events. The short axis strokes experience the largest shift between seasons.