Matt Kredich is as much a student of swimming as he is a teacher
On a Wednesday morning, you can find UGA splitting into 4 different stroke groups (fly, back, breast, free) and working seemingly almost every aspect of the stroke
After capturing P+P with the Tennessee men, I stayed to watch postgrad and Commonwealth Games bronze medalist (50 fly) Ryan Coetzee’s solo workout
The UT men were coming off of a weight workout, and applying what they were working in the gym to their skills in the pool
Joe comes from a power lifting background, and never swam competitively, giving him a unique perspective that many might think would hinder his coaching abilities with swimmers, but only seems to be improving them
The SwimSwam Southeast Pancake Tour of 2019 is completed, and now we sit back and reap the benefits. Namely, we get to see what all these teams are doing at their practices.
Watch our biggest meet quote compilation to date to find out what your favorite athletes had to say at the pro swim in Knoxville
the key as an athlete is being consistent, but that’s not always necessarily what happens.
Coach Todd turned his double into a prelims/finals format test set that left the kids tired but kept them competitive.
SwimSwam compiled our 12 favorite video clips (roughly one for each month) to tell a story of the highlights in swimming for 2018.
Welcome to Braden Holloway’s underwater world.
The Texas A&M women had a pretty normal Thursday afternoon practice. Which included a lot of things that might not be so normal if you aren’t an Aggie.
Since the arrival of Jeremy Kipp and his staff to Northwestern, the men’s and women’s teams have noticed a difference in culture. Not to mention that now they’re 1 team instead of 2.
Regardless of what group they were in, everyone got a recovery day. However, that didn’t mean just swimming easy for 2 hours. At MOR, recovery day means weak stroke focus day.
We’ve seen the videos, we’ve heard the legends, and we had to get a closer look for ourselves. Here’s the breakdown