Countdown to the 2020 Olympic Games: Tokyo, Japan
Let’s be honest, waking up for swim practice isn’t always easy, but it certainly helps knowing you have awesome teammates waking up to meet you at the pool. Without teammates, practices would not only be 99.9% boring, they would also be less challenging. It’s easy to take good teammates for
Take a look around the pool during a swim meet and you’re bound to notice the different “types” of swimmers. One of the great things about swimming is the diversity of its participants…anyone can have fun swimming! Here are few you might see: 1. The Social Swimmer.
We all know that there aren’t many swim meets out there that go off without a hitch. One problem might lead to another and your meet is now 30 minutes behind schedule. This recurring “little hitch” or other issues include anything from the lack of willing volunteers, broken equipment, and
Every swimmer experiences the ever-so emotional seasonal highs and lows. One week, you’re on cloud nine, destroying practice and going times that you have never gone before during test sets. You’re feeling great in the water. The swim meet that you were so excited and confident for comes along… and
Athletes can begin their athletic college careers and forget about the importance of the school aspect of college. Coming from high school, athletes can become accustomed to laid back school work with more of a focus on their sport. Going into college, there is an excitement for a new team, new
When it comes to summer league swimming, there is one thing you can always count on… GAMES! Maybe your team plays a game after a big win, on the last practice of the week, or whenever the coaches have run out of swim set ideas. Whatever the case may be,