adidas swim today announces its most advanced development of the adizero line, with the launch of adizero XVIII.
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The moment you know your taper worked. Here are 15 signs you are a tapering swimmer.
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Prior to the late 1960’s almost no swimmer wore goggles in either practice or competition.
Located at SPIRE Institute, a United States Olympic and Paralympic Training site and FINA Training Center, SPIRE Academy is an international high school and postgraduate academy focused on developing and preparing athletes to be successful in swimming.
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The adage “Don’t work harder, work smarter!” is just as true in swimming as in other realms of life. There are ways that we can intelligently train that yield better results—if we choose to use them!
There had been talk of SMU building a new aquatic facility for decades, dating back to 1978 when there was an artistic rendition of the new facility in meet guides that season.
If you don’t know who James Fike is, you probably should. His life revolves around swimming, in almost every way you can imagine. Let’s start from the beginning
At one time or another we have all been encouraged to set meaningful goals for ourselves.
With championship seasons popping up over the next few months for all levels of college swimming across the US, I wanted to discuss a topic that every college swimmer can relate to and utilize going into their championship meets: The importance of mentally coping with the tapering process.
Want to improve how far and how fast you are getting off the blocks? This dryland exercise will help.
SwimSwam took a visit down to Springfield Aquatics and stayed for a practice with their senior group with lead coach, Thomas Baumann.
While swimming freestyle, the positions of least frontal drag do not necessarily correlate with the positions of maximum propulsive power.