Several nation-leading swims came on Friday night as the 24th annual SMU Women’s Classic kicked off in Lewisville, Texas
Getting to see the defending national champions at work was a treat. And not just because they’re the defending national champs.
When I visited the club, I was surprised to learn they were founded in 2007, just turning 10 this year.
It really doesn’t get much better than age group practice
On the Thursday I arrived, Nitro’s National group had a classic test set: 9 x 100 @ 7:00. Although that’s not quite what ended up being the case
We sent our head of production, Coleman Hodges, to be a fly on the wall at practice, then relay what he discovered back to you over pancakes
Swimming in high school is fun; there’s a lot of goofing off during practice and team bonding through grueling sets
The Man. The Myth. The Machine. Our beloved Editor-in-Chief, Braden Keith, is the reason SwimSwam stays afloat. He is known for his insanely methodical and rigorous work ethic, and is a man of principles and integrity.
But one way that Rice University came up with to give back stood out to us as swimmers.
We visited Blue Tide Aquatics, many of whom were also students at Kingwood High School. That school suffered 8 feet of water damage, rendering it unusable for the rest of the school year
even more goodies from the Bowman camp have come out of the wood work this week
When you become a pool regular, you start seeing the same people over and over. A Swimquaintence. We all have them.
Watch as the Bears of Ursinus College open up their season with a Midnight Madness Practice.
Head Coach Paige McCord on Thursdays intrasquad meet.
The Lady Longhorns were in the Bay area for two big time dual meets and one big time upset. Plus we’ve got the latest World Cup results on Garrett Reports: SwimSwam News.