LAUSANNE, Switzerland, March 26. IN a list of the various rule changes set to be discussed at the FINA Bureau meeting this summer, the Technical Swimming Congress will officially discuss allowing mult...
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, March 26. USA Swimming added two more people to the Banned for Life list today, as Lorrie John Trites and Joe Weber have been banned for life from the organization. Trit...
University of Georgia standout Megan Romano just missed making the Olympic Team in the 200 free. The 2011 National Team standout had to refocus her goals on helping her college team win a title. Romano and her teammates delivered big, and the result was the Bulldogs fifth national championship.
Sheila Taormina is a four-time Olympian, gold medalist in the 4 x 200 free relay and ITU triathlon world champion. At just over 5 feet, 2 inches, Taormina found success at the highest levels of swimming by refining an exceptional freestyle swimming technique. She now works as a swimming coach, offering swim technique workshops around the world.
For a complete preview of this weeks NCAA Division I Mens Swimming and Diving Championships, read In Search of the College Swimming Crown, in the digital edition of the March-April issue of Splash.
In backstroke, its widely known the hands should enter pinky-finger first and above the shoulder or just outside of the shoulder. Yet one of the most common and recognizable flaws are hand entries that are too narrow and/or with the back of the hand. Its also frustrating because its not easy to correct, even though you know exactly what to do. Why is that? No matter how hard a swimmer tries or exaggerates, the entry could still be wrong.
Its safe to say that Kaitlin Sandeno has found her true calling with her life-affirming opportunity with a nonprofit that has grown to be near and dear to her heart.
Were kicking off a new series about swimmers entering the workforce, young entrepreneurs starting new businesses, and professional swimmers or ex-swimmers in the labor pool. We start it off with Bobby Savulich, who co-founded Athlete Approved.
U.S. National Teamer Elizabeth Pelton of the University of California set the American, U.S. Open, NCAA and NCAA Championship meet record in the 200-yard backstroke Saturday at the NCAA Division I Womens Swimming and Diving Championships. Her time was 1:47.84.
For 33 years, Kevin Kinel has been the Duneland Swim Club senior coach and Chesterton High School swim coach in Chesterton, Ind.
U.S. Olympian Breeja Larson of Texas A&M University set the meet record in the 100-yard breaststroke Friday at the NCAA Womens Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, turning in a time of 57.63.
USA Swimming is pleased to announce the lead staff for the 2013 Zone Select Camps. The lead staff will attend a camp outside their zone and the remainder of the staff will be selected soon from a list of applicants.
The 2013 NCAA Womens Division I Swimming and Diving Championships will be held March 21-23 at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis. A number of U.S. Olympians and National Teamers will be competing in this meet.
Head Coach Rachel Stratton-Mills of Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics talks about the coaching philosophy at her club as well as the importance of having a well-rounded athlete.
The final three meets of the Speedo Champions Series will be held this week in Christiansburg, Va., Buffalo, N.Y., and Geneva, Ohio. Nine Speedo Champions Series meets were held this month in various locations throughout the United States.
PHOENIX, Arizona, March 26. WITH less than a month until the April 21 world premiere of the E! Channel reality show "What Would Ryan Lochte Do," a lengthy promo trailer has been released that gives us...
It is the finals of the 100 yard butterfly. Hundreds of spectators, fans, coaches, officials, and swimmers are packed like sardines into New Trier High School at the Illinois High School State Championships.
If youre worried about Madison Kennedys psyche all these months after coming close to her first Olympic team last summer, dont be.
On the eve of the NCAA Womens Swimming and Diving Championships, the swimming community turns its attention towards collegiate swimming.
LIVERMORE, California, March 20. FINIS, a world leader in technical swimming products, announces the sponsorship of Olympian Brendan Sexton. Sexton began swimming at age 7 and competed in his first t...