Being an athlete isn’t easy. It’s a difficult life, and having the motivation to push you through the hard times and painful moments when you feel like giving up is absolutely essential.
Courtesy: Rutgers Athletics PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers swimming and diving will host a free admission Coaches Swimposium on Sunday, June 17…
The leading innovator in competitive swimming, A3 Performance, signed another top athlete to their team – USA National Team Member and World University Games Silver Medalist Kaersten Meitz.
A swimming-specific yoga practice is an extremely effective way to increase hip mobility, which is one key to developing a strong and efficient kick, in all strokes…
Swimming a myriad of events in Atlanta this weekend, Caeleb Dressel disclosed to swimswam a bit of how his training has gone since NCAA’s in March
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Olympic gold medalist and Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak has made the trip down to Gainesville and is currently swimming under Gregg Troy and the Florida Gators
This Spring since coming off of surgery, Cal’s Tom Shields has tried doing it “his way” in training, changing nearly everything up in his daily routine
While Kalisz is known for strong closing speed, it was Roy who charged back in 33.54 to overtake the double medley world champion and book the win in 2:09.73
When the head is in the correct position, looking down, one cannot see where one is going in the lane.
Lilly King shares about how her training this spring has fashioned her into a more well-rounded breaststroker
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Swim meets provide valuable lessons and growing opportunities for swimmers. Here are 7 reasons every swimmer should be going to swim meets.
2018 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES – INDIANAPOLIS May 16th-20th, 2018 IUPUI Natatorium, Indianapolis, IN 50m Meet Central Psych Sheet It’s…
In March Eddie Reese capped off his 40th season at the helm of the University of Texas men’s program by winning the NCAA Division One title for the 14th time. Reese shared with SwimSwam some of the ways he has developed a culture of excellence in Austin.