Jade Hannah describes what swimming consistently with the likes of Penny Oleksiak, Kylie Masse, and more has done for her maturity as an athlete.
Wilson paces 30.lows in training consistently, indicating that we could see Anton Chupkov’s 2:06.1 WR from 2019 go down come Tokyo.
Rajic throws some wisdom in about how swimming can be a lonely sport. She takes the approach of looking up to and making friends with her competitors
Fallon explained how he’s been training through COVID and why he likes warming up all the way until 1-2 minutes before he races at meets.
Bacon detailed training at her new home in Wisconsin is like and how she got through quarantine, documenting her time training in a 15-year pool.
Mauser discusses losing his wife and enduring a pandemic while trying to move through his career as well as raise and teach 3 children (ages 12, 10, and 4)
Ray’s team are like an Aquatic Research & Development department innovating in eye-popping ways for this delve into mind-body connection
Breed describes her training as well as some of her stories about swimming through jellyfish, in the dark, and in the same waters as sharks.
He explains how moving to a new program has helped him reignite his swimming as well as why he needed more distance in his training overall.
Matthew is riding to raise money for pediatric cancer treatment through St. Jude. His goal is to raise $23,000 over the course of his ride, $1000/day.
Adams sifts through the huge loss breaking her hand and missing the 2016 Olympic team was in her life and what it took to bounce back from that.
McKeown re-wrote half of the Australian backstroke record book last year, setting records in the 100 and 200 backs long course and the 200 back short course
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