By Bonnie Schipper, Swimming World College Intern His freshman year, Sam Perry was excited to get in the water and begin his swim career at Stanford University. It was only
In this episode of the Morning Swim Show, Coach, Author and Scientist Ernie Maglischo, sat down with Swimming World Magazine Publisher, Brent Rutemiller, to discuss his new two volume book:
By Dr. G. John Mullen, DPT, CSCS The knee is the third most-commonly injured body part in swimmers. Breaststroke swimmers are the most at risk for knee pain, but many
Agon is the proud sponsor of all high school coverage (recruiting, results, state championships, etc.) on SwimmingWorld.com. For more information about Agon, visit their website AgonSwim.com. Noah Stevens had a
For the first time in 24 years, Cuba is hosting an international aquatics competition as the country re-opens its doors to the world. The Union Americana de Natacion, the organization
Today marks the third episode of Spindrift Beck’s podcast entitled Swimcerely With Spindrift. In this third edition, Beck talks with NCAA champion Cindy Tran. Tran is part of a long line of epic backstrokers
France’s Charlotte Bonnet and Poland’s Anna Dowgiert lowered meet records on night two of the 2015 World Military Games. Bonnet closed out the women’s 100-meter free final in a time of 54.95.