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The Sometimes Neglected Aspects of Swimming

The Sometimes Neglected Aspects of Swimming On occasion, Swimming World accepts submissions from its readers. The following article was submitted by Luke Schwenk, a captain and All-American at St. Mary's College of Maryland. By Luke Schwenk By many coaches across the world, swimming is regarded as j...

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Sometimes the Magic Works: Reflections on Sports and Parents

Sometimes the Magic Works: Reflections on Sports and Parents By Kate Mayer Mangan, Guest Contributor My nine-year old son told me recently that he was glad I didn’t understand his sport. He plays tennis; I swam. And he’s right that I have no idea what he’s doing on the court. I try, but I’m still le...

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Amid Lia Thomas Controversy, An Open Letter to NCAA D-I Women Swimmers

Amid Lia Thomas Controversy, An Open Letter to NCAA D-I Women Swimmers By Kelly Palace Dear Division I NCAA Women Swimmers, In this upcoming historic NCAA competition that will include the participation of University of Pennsylvania transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, there will undoubtedly be controver...

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Nancy Hogshead-Makar Explains Problems With Lia Thomas Situation

Nancy Hogshead-Makar Explains Problems With Lia Thomas Situation Nancy Hogshead-Makar knows all about being a champion in the pool, and championing for the rights of female athletes. A four-time medalist at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, Hogshead-Makar has long fought for equality in women’s...