Davis Wuolle, SwimSwam’s Canadian CTO will be making the trip to Omaha to cover the 2012 US Olympic Swimming Trials with the rest of the SwimSwam Team, while battling severe Tim Horton’s withdrawal. This is his story.
“One of the ways to boost your speed is to incorporate the Stationary Cord Long Hip Belt into your training.”
GOLD MEDAL MEL: “Andrew Chadeayne loves Princeton because of the Princeton Tigers Swimming & Diving Team.”
GOLD MEDAL MEL: “Andrew Chadeayne continues to take SwimSpray everywhere swimmers are and will be, from the Olympic Training Center to open water events and the U.S. Open!”
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“The team at Endless Pools brought their best toy for athletes with U.S. Olympic Trials on their minds, the Endless Pool Elite Model. Almost every elite swimmer got in and did a test swim.”
“We’ve noticed that SwimSpray has recently sponsored a bunch of open water swims, including the Jim McDonnell Lake Swims, the Chris Green Lake Cable Swim, the Minnetonka Challenge, U.S. Masters 9+ Mile Open Water Championship, and The Tulsa Swim.”
FINIS Stroke Lab™ takes video analysis to the next step by providing an easier avenue for coaches and swimmers to store and share their videos.
I spent last week at Cornell University, giving a series of lectures on chemical patent law. I also told SwimSpray’s…
What is the optimum “stoke rate” pace that guarantees faster swimming? The great news is that FINIS has created the Tempo Trainer Pro, a waterproof metronome, to help swimmers and coaches find this answer.
What’s the SwimSpray culture like? “We’re all college swimming buddies. That turns out to be huge for a couple of reasons: Everyone understands how to work hard; and everyone adopts a very team-oriented mindset.”
“As a kid, I always smelled like chlorine. My hair and skin oozed chlorine.”