The USA Swimming Foundation’s Fantasy Camp included six Olympic hosts and a full immersion experience into Olympic Training Center life.
Swim Fit LA (SFLA) is proud to announce that we will be teaming up with six-time Olympic medalist Rebecca Soni…
There is often only one opportunity to introduce a child to the sport of swimming. The FINIS Mermaid Fin is a legitimate early training tool that introduces our great sport in a fun and imaginative way, making it a great addition to any backyard pool or swim center.
Like pools in the United States, pools in Australia are most frequently sanitized with about 1.5 – 5 parts per million chlorine. Aussie swimmers notice that the chlorine lingers on hair and skin, even after normal showering. No product in the Australian market eliminates this lingering chlorine.
Nick Folker chats with Josh Davis about how Nathan Adrian should be preparing for the Fastest Man in Texas Shootout.
Tony Gallagher from the Palatine Tiger Sharks shares an IM set that is easily to adaptable to different speeds and abilities.
USA Swimming National Team member BJ Johnson (Seattle, Wash.) will headline the 2013 Pacific Swimming Diversity Camp at the Martin Luther King Pool beginning at 8:30 a.m. PT on Saturday in San Francisco.
Dave Hedden of the Joliet Y Jets Swim Team shares a set designed to help swimmers improve their DPS when swimming at race speed.
Are you looking for a creative, fun way to identify, personalize, and decorate a swimmer’s gear? If so, Sports Studs is the ideal choice!
Indiana Head Coach Ray Looze joins Garrett McCaffrey to discuss a breaststroke set that hoosiers did last week.
“As far as staffing goes, Chris looks for three main things from his assistants: 1) reliability, 2) skilled when working with the youth, and 3) capabilities for learning.”
Dolfin is introducing 2 new limited edition Uglies prints…Gizmo and Miro. Both prints are available now. Please contact your local team dealer to purchase. These prints are here just in time for the holidays, so get them while they last.
Tony Azevedo: “Millions of kids (and their parents) all around the world spend tons of money every year at camps across all sporting disciplines. There are so many options to choose from that it can be very overwhelming and difficult to know which ones are really worth it. Today I’ll tell you a little bit about my background with camps and a few tips for choosing the best ones.”
No matter what level of swimmer you are, there is always room to improve your “feel” for the water.
“In November of 1975, the hotel convention room in Santa Ana, California was packed with young swim coaches attending USC Coach Peter Daland’s Western States Coaches Clinic. They sat eagerly, waiting to learn from experienced coaches, several of whom were among the best in the world. The 1976 Olympic year was underway…”