Countdown to the 2020 Olympic Games: Tokyo, Japan
Mom/Dad I need money for snacks. Now is the perfect time to get rid of all your unwanted loose change. We got spirit, yes we do! We got spirit, how ’bout you!? This is how you start an infinite cheer battle.
“Swammer” is your new title after finishing your career of endless practices and chlorine burn. Here are some things to notice once you retire the cap and goggles: You actually have eyebrows. As a swimmer it was completely normal to have bleached brows, but those facial caterpillars will soon grow back.
For all swimmers out there, whether you are Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky, or a new summer league swimmer, no one is perfect at swimming. Sure, there are some swimmers who have technically sound and efficient strokes, but that does not mean they don’t have room for improvement. One of the
As a Swim Parent, it’s easy to get caught up in your passion for your child’s athletic career. We love how engaged parents can be in their child’s sport, but sometimes they can lose sight of their role as a parent. Swimmers need support, encouragement and love from their parents,
There are many different aspects of swimming that every kid enjoys. However, the most exciting and thrilling part of swimming that every kid can agree on are the relays. Relays give the swimmers the chance to stop competing as individuals, and make a team to race their opponents. Swimming with
Each year in May, we honor mothers. We thank them for home cooked meals, helping us with homework, being someone to look up to and admire, and so much more. A mother’s job isn’t easy—it’s a full-time job that is emotionally, physically, and mentally draining. There is no doubt that