We discussed Jacoby’s ascension to becoming an Olympic contender, something she’s certainly thought of but isn’t putting pressure on herself about
Will 5-time Olympic champion Nathan Adrian make the U.S. Olympic Team? It’s a fair question. He’s on the march toward his 4th U.S. Olympic Trials.
Salo explains that after being a head coach, he’s excited to coach without all of the extra worries that come with heading a Power-5 Division I program
NBC’s Voice of Swimming, Rowdy Gaines, has the dream job. Who wouldn’t want a front-row-center seat at the Olympics? But what’s it really like?
Curzan admits that her goal in the race was to come home in under 30 and didn’t even know her final time until her teammate told her in the warm down pool.
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Minakov takes us through the Russian Trials as well as how he’s adjusted to studying at Stanford (remotely from Russia).
Chris RItter sat down with SwimSwam to announce the details of his FREE upcoming webinar on The Process of Dryland Training.
Hayden emphasizes that he’s looking to make changes not necessarily to this generation, but the generations in swimming to come.
One topic Velimir covered was swimming without pressure, which Velimir explained was the case as a member of the DC Trident.
Yeadon took a win in the 400m freestyle at the Pro Swim in Mission Viejo and was also sporting a fashionable new hairstyle
Huske discussed started to use sox, parachutes, and racks in her training, which she said she enjoyed but did make her a bit sore heading into the meet.
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