Dressel gets real about going 20.4 3 different times in the supersuit. He breaks down how the suit changes your body position and what changes he had to make
Marcin went numerous best times during ISL Season 2, all the while training himself and sticking to his own plan during the training camp.
5-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin dropped in on the SwimSwam Podcast to share her new 10-session (5 hour) course, Relentless Spirit.
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Kamminga never gets into the pool before he races. The physical warm-up that he takes himself through is solely on land.
Caeleb Dressel is going super-suited in a SPEEDO FASTSKIN 2008 LZR to take on the SUB-20 CHALLENGE in the 50 short course meters free.
Prior to seeking help, Bray said she could count on one hand how many foods she could comfortably eat, too afraid to approach the rest.
Speedo’s Head of Research and Development (R&D), Rob Blenkinsopp, gets granular about Speedo tech, celebrating 20 YEARS OF FASTSKIN.
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Fischer takes us through his swimming journey, describing how the pool was a sanctuary for him away from the bullying that came at school.
Freeman describes the difficulties, largely mental, that come with trying to get back to a place you had previously been after being derailed like this
We break down how the ISL ran things in their first 2 seasons, including their inability to pay all of their debts right away.
Bovell indulged me with some stories of his swimming days, including the explanation of “the Hammer of Justice” and how it won him an Olympic bronze.
Olympic swimming icon Tracy Caulkins won 48 U.S. National titles and broke 63 American Records–setting American Records in all four strokes.
Clyde Lewis went 1:44.90 in the semi-finals at the 2019 World Championships, but the way he celebrated it, you would have thought he won the whole thing
He gets into what it’s like being at a national team camp with all kinds of athletes and what he learns from sprinters, then compares that to distance races
Tancock takes us through his path of unorthodox training with former teammate turned coach James Gibson as well as his taper meet ritual: a dive-and-glide