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Sarah Sjostrom, James Gibson Discuss Last-Minute Tactics to Reclaim ISL Trophy

When the dust had settled, Energy Standard finished 12 points clear of the Condors, regaining the title after losing to Cali last season

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Olympic Medalist Hali Flickinger Intimately Details The Past Two-Year Grind

Two-time Olympic medalist and Team Speedo athlete Hali Flickinger gets raw and real about the past two-year grind on the road to Tokyo.

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Olympic Medalist Noe Ponti on Training in Switzerland for Foreseeable Future

Ponti speaks on how being at home in Switzerland brings him happiness and will therefore be staying there for the foreseeable future.

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Open Water Swimmer Survives 9-Foot Alligator Attack

“This episode has stuck with me and inspired me in ways I couldn’t have imagined,” says Champion’s Mojo Podcast host Kelly Palace.

SwimSwam Breakdown: ISL Final, Minn Invite, & US Open Converge for Big Weekend

We discuss the upcoming ISL Grand Final, Minnesota Invite, and US Open, where many, many swim stars will competing in one pool or the other

Siobhan Haughey on Sarah Sjostrom Telling her “You can break my world record”

Haughey described her prep work for the ISL playoffs as well as her thoughts on her new Asian and ISL record in the 200 free.

1:00 Breaststroker McKenzie Siroky on Choosing DI Hockey Over College Swimming

McKenzie explains why she’s committed to playing DI hockey over swimming in college and what her daily life looks like during high school swim season

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Jim Ellis, The Only Swim Coach With A Hollywood Film Produced About His Life

Coach Jim Ellis formed PDR in 1971, the first African-American swim team in the US. In 2007 Ellis’ career was the subject of the feature film PRIDE.

Jim Ellis, The Only Swim Coach With A Hollywood Film Produced About His Life

Jim Ellis is a star swimming coach, one with history that netted a feature film. If you haven’t seen his film PRIDE, find it on Amazon and dive in.

SwimSwam Breakdown: Mid-Season Madness, ISL Playoffs & Jacoby Opens Floodgates

We cover Mid-season invites, the Finals picture for the ISL playoffs, and what Lydia Jacoby signing with Arena means for the high school swimming community

Launching An Aquatic Business In The Middle of the Pandemic

Launching an aquatic business during a pandemic is challenging, even for leaders like Olympic swimmers Mikael Orn and Simon Percy of Malmsten, INC.

Dara Torres’ Surprising Advice for Older Swimmers & More On Champion’s Mojo

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SwimSwam Breakdown: ISL Playoffs, NIL Deals, and Jim Rome Upgrade

We talk ISL playoffs so far, what demographics of athletes are getting NIL deals and how much they’re worth, and how swimming bumped Jim Rome’s talk show