SSPC: Maggie Macneil on Converting Short Course Success to a LCM World Title

Macneil walks through managing nerves, observing her role models, and how she converted her short course success into the 50m pool.


SSPC: Olivia Smoliga Breaks Down Training, Racing in the ISL Bubble

We sat down with 14-time World Champion and ISL Champion, Olivia Smoliga to get the inside scoop into the Cali Condor secret sauce


SSPC: Robert Howard Discusses Where Swimming Goes After ISL Season 2

it is certainly fun to dream of how a truly professional swimming league could change the whole landscape of what a pro swimmer lifestyle looks like.


SSPC: Katie Hoff Dives Deep with New Book “Blueprint”

2-time Olympian Katie Hoff has penned her book BLUEPRINT. Listen to her SwimSwam Podcast for BLUEPRINT details and the backstory.


SSPC: Andrew Wilson Talks Training, Racing, and Post-Tokyo Plans

Wilson takes us through his COVID training when he swam in an 18-yard pool all the way up to the US Open, throwing down times that put everyone on notice. 


SSPC: The ISL Final Preview with CBS Announcer Bernie Guenther

The bottom line is this: any of the 4 teams in the finale could end up crowned ISL champions by the end of the weekend, depending on a few important factors


SSPC: Nyls Korstanje “Whoever does best in the bad circumstances wins”

Nyls tells a story from the European Youth Olympic Festival, a meet that had a big impact on his career, but not in the way he thought it would


Olympian Cullen Jones Gets Raw on Highs & Lows: GMM presented by SwimOutlet.com

Cullen has enjoyed many highs and some tough lows. In this interview Cullen shares how Coach Bob Bowman, David Marsh and his own mother called him out…


SSPC: Bobby Finke Breaks Down Going 8:59 at the End of 9×1000 in Practice

We saw Finke absolutely destroy the American and US Open records last year in the 1,650, registering a mind-blowing 14:12. Good news: he’s only gotten better


SSPC: Lotte Friis on Putting the Pieces Together After Being Broken by Swimming

The title refers to her result at the 2012 Olympics, where she was sure she would win a medal no matter what but ended up finishing 5th in the 800


SSPC: Abbey Weitzeil Breaks Down Recovery, Rest Headed into ISL Semis, Finals

Weitzeil shares the difference between tapering for a meet like NCAAs or Olympic Trials and “preparing” and properly resting for the ISL post-season.

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SSPC: Mack Horton on Perfecting a Race Plan to Win Olympic Gold

Mack dissects a myriad of topics including preparing for an Olympic Games, training with Greg Paltrinieri, and his reaction to the Sun Yang 8-year doping ban


SSPC: USA Swimming COO Mike Unger Talks Golden Goggles Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

Mike’s crew at USA swimming has dedicated a lot energy toward this TV event, and I strongly believe this will be a special Goggles you don’t want to miss


SSPC: How Coleman Stewart has Transitioned Yards Greatness into SCM in the ISL

Coleman seems to have found his rhythm in both short course meters and racing the best in the world inside the ISL bubble

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SSPC: Kennedy Noble on Sticking With Swimming After Burnout at a Young Age

Noble also takes us through what having a mom who was in the UFC is like and how that affected her dryland routines for a time

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