Indiana-based tech company Dodd Technologies took its Quadcopter for a spin with video camera on board at the famous IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis.
It’s been an exciting year for Emily Brunemann. She got back on track with her open water swimming at the…
Olympians Adam Brown and Peter Vanderkaay discuss when to breathing in freestyle.
If you are a swimmer, swim-parent or swim coach, this is a must-see video. NBAC Coach Bob Bowman delivers a powerful message.
From a kinesiology overview, the pectoralis major (chest) does not contribute significantly for forward propulsion. Therefore, prescribing a bunch of exercises that strengthens the chest would not be the most ideal way of going about things. Don’t get me wrong, we need to work these muscles as well, otherwise the imbalances in the posterior and anterior torso can lead to injuries.
Michael Andrew lowers his 50 yard free NAG Record from 19.85 to 19.76.
Australian swimmer Stephanie Rice announced her retirement on Wednesday in a YouTube video.
14-year old Michael Andrew smashes his own National Age Group Record in the 200 yard IM by over two seconds, swimming a 1:45.29.
With 47.23 in the 100 yard butterfly, Michael pulls within .13 of the 15-16 National Age Groud Record, a record he’ll have over two years to challenge. That one currently sits at 47.10, belonging to Michael-Phelps-nemesis Milorad Cavic.
Swimming news – 100 breaststroke NAG Record reported by Braden Keith 14-year old pro swimmer Michael Andrew has re-broken his own National…
Jaeger, who just wrapped up his senior season at the University of Michigan, will be offering a glimpse into the world of professional swimming as he trains toward the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Michael Andrew lowers his own 100 yard freestyle NAG Record from 44.16 to 43.90. Andrew 100 Free Splits: 20.66/23.24
Swimming video is courtesy of Australian Swimming.
Swimming video, a look back at 2014 NCAAs, is courtesy of the University of Alabama and sophomore Brett Walsh. (Featured Image: Coach Dennis Pursley)
The Campbell sisters once again swept the top two spots in the women’s 100 free, with Cate Campbell swimming to a 52.68 and Bronte Campbell touching 2nd in 53.02.