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Swimming From Home Talk Show: Cody Miller on Staying Busy through Quarantine

Any time I get to talk to Cody Miller is a treat, mostly because we are both dudes who like swimming and making videos for fun

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Swim Swam Talk Filippo Megli: “Con L’Ultima Bracciata Ci Credevo”

In questa puntata di Swim Swam Talk , Filippo Megli ci racconta come sta vivendo l’isolamento nella sua San Casciano, Firenze.

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Swimming From Home Talk Show: Michael Chadwick on Finding the Positives

I sat down with world champion Michael Chadwick and spoke with him about how he’s handling staying indoors with very limited swim training

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Swimming From Home Talk Show: Elliot Ptasnik, University of Hawaii Head Coach

Ptasnik spoke on finding the positives, putting positivity out there, and making sure we are staying connected and having communication while we can.

Yoga for Swimmers Mobility Workout One – A Focus on the Quads

The five poses we go through in this article are the foundation of a yoga for swimmers mobility workout that targets the quadriceps…

Revisiting Phelps’s Insane 1:52.09 200 Fly from the 2007 World Championships

While Michael Phelps will best be remembered for winning 8 gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, he was arguably better in 2007.

WATCH: Michael Andrew Analyzes 100 Breast Best Time From Des Moines

Andrew critiques his 59.14 from Des Moines and shares a few key things he’s been working on recently in his breaststroke.

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Video: LSU Coach Steve Mellor Breaks Down Brooks Curry’s 100 Free From SECs

LSU assistant coach Steve Mellor breaks down freshman Brooks Curry’s 100 free from SECs, analyzing what helped Curry secure the win.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Andy Kershaw, Head Coach & 2x Olympic Manager

Kershaw has been a member of the US Olympic team for the last 2 Games (2012, 2016) as a team manager, snd shares his experience being a part of Team USA. 

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Beata Nelson on Collegiate, Olympic, Pro Swimming

Beata Nelson was expected to have a monster NCAA’s, from fans, coaches, and herself. She says she wanted to break barriers

WATCH: Michael Andrew Analyzes His Own 1:56.8 IM & That Freestyle Split

Some interesting insight from Michael Andrew’s latest vlog, as the U.S. National Teamer breaks down his nation-leading 200 IM from earlier this month.

Kosuke Kitajima and the Dolphin Kicks That Changed Breaststroke Forever

Kosuke Kitajima changed breaststroke forever when he implemented dolphin kicks into his underwater pullouts at the 2004 Olympics and was not disqualified.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Greg Meehan on Moving Forward into 2021

2020 Olympic Head Coach for the Women’s Swim team Greg Meehan took the time to walk SwimSwam through what moving into the now 2021 Olympic year will look like

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Todd DeSorbo on Communication, Staying Active

Head coach of Virginia Todd DeSorbo dives into changes as a head coach now that we are on complete lockdown for the coronavirus.

THE FENCE (Clemson Club Swimming Hype Video)

Which side of the fence do you live on?

“Swimming Is the Vibranium of Sports” (Josh Pray Comedy)

“Positive-inclusive” comedian Josh Hall, not a swimmer, has perfectly captured the lack of respect that swimmers get in the sports world, and how much they deserve.

Cody Miller & IU Pros Were Training In Evansville Prior To Olympic Delay

In his most recent vlog, Miller describes how he was making the two-hour trek from Bloomington to Evansville in order to train during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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