Podcasts

SSPC: Swimmer Matthew Marquardt Cycling Across the US to Raise Money for Cancer

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.

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SSPC: Claire Adams on Processing the Loss of her Olympic Dream

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.

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SSPC: Kaylee Mckeown Describes 21-Day Training Blocks with 17-on, 4-Off

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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SSPC: Baylor Nelson Breaks Down Super-Competitive North Carolina Swim Scene

Nelson has had some phenomenal swims recently, most notably his epic battles with fellow North Carolina-native Sam Hoover in the 400 IM and 200 IM.

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SSPC: Claudio Battaglini on the Benefits of Staying with One Coach

Claudio has been a coach of elite athletes for decades, originally training the world’s top triathletes in his home of Brazil.

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SSPC: How Kate Douglass’ Club Coach Wanted to Change How Club Swimmers Train

Carle has had successful age swimmers at young ages, including current Virginia super-star Kate Douglass and breakout 13-year-old Claire Weinstein.

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SSPC: James Magnussen Explains What Went Wrong at the 2012 London Olympics

Maggie admits that his legendry 47.10 100 free at the 2012 Olympic trials swim hid some of the doubts he had at the time about his Olympic prep

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SSPC: Lani Pallister Breaks Down What It’s Like Having Your Mom as Your Coach

Pallister has been coached by her mom from a young age and explains the ups and downs that can come with your mom being your coach.

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SSPC: Zane Waddell Discusses Retiring From Lack of Funding

Waddell discussed not being able to financially support himself with swimming and why he wasn’t able to compete in the ISL as he had planned.

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SSPC: Dean Farris, Harvard Coaches Break Down Ivy League Training, Tradition

Dean Farris and both Hardvard men’s coaches give their take on what makes the HYP such a unique and exhilarating event to effectively kick off a 6-week taper

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SSPC: What Ally McHugh Learned From Watching Race Video of Ariarne Titmus

Ally documents what her training has been like in and out of the water since quarantine began when she was actually on a training trip at the OTC

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SSPC: Becca Wyant Details Carving her Own Path to Become a Swim Photographer

Becca has documented World Championships, US Nationals, and Pro Swim meets all over the country and photographed swimmers all over the globe

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SSPC: Claire Curzan Wrote Down ’56 100 Fly in Greensboro’ Before it Happened

Claire Curzan has been ON one this quarantine, dropping best times seemingly every time she hits the racing blocks, most notably registering a 56.6 100m fly

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SSPC: Emily Seebohm Shares Hilarious Story of Nearly Losing Olympic Relay Spot

Seebohm takes us through how trying to buy a bicycle almost lost her spot on the 4×100 medley relay at the Beijing Olympics

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SSPC: Danny Kovac Details Running a Marathon, Doing a Century (100 Mile) Ride

What I didn’t think I’d hear was about one day how last year, after NCAAs, Kovac decided to casually run a marathon. And did so that day.

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