Because things are ever-changing in the COVID-19 pandemic, every athlete’s situation is different and the decision to redshirt this season is fluid
Leah was planning on attending the meet in Irvine, but as that one was canceled she opted to stay home and train instead of risking travel
Magnussen describes his plan for racing as much as he could in 2013-14 and how he came to casually drop in-season 47s seemingly every time he hit the pool.
Champion’s Mojo hosts Kelly Palace & Maria Parker have launched the interactive toolkit with resources from experts in dealing with depression and anxiety.
After breaking the 100 breast world record at Olympic Trials, Moffet suffered an injury in the Olympic prelims a few strokes after his breakout
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
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