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US Masters Swimming Announces Staff Realignment

US Masters Swimming’s National Office staff underwent a realignment as the organization prepares to rebuild and grow following the coronavirus pandemic. Kyle Deery, USMS’s longest-tenured staff member, has been promoted to Chief Marketing Officer and will continue to oversee marketing, branding, com...

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After Winning MPSF Men’s Title, BYU Lets Coach John Brooks Go

BYU announced Wednesday that head swimming and diving coach John Brooks' contract would not be renewed, despite Brooks leading the team to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation title in 2021. Brooks was hired in 2012. He’s won four MPSF titles, this year’s triumph being the first since 2016. This t...

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Swim Camp of the Week: Mercersburg Academy

Mercersburg Swim Clinics are dedicated to improving your technique and helping you develop as a swimmer both inside and outside of the pool.  Mercersburg Academy’s storied aquatics program has produced over 30 Olympians and brings a tradition of excellence to their summer program. The primary aim of...

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The 3 Most Popular Race Strategies in Swimming

By Chris Balbo, Swimming World College Intern. When it comes to race day, it is critical to have a plan or strategy for your races. It may seem like a simple element of a race to some, but to others executing the correct race strategy can be the difference between a personal best and the worst swim ...

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Strong Women are Beautiful Women: Growing Up in a Swimmer’s Body

Strong Women are Beautiful Women: Growing Up in a Swimmer’s Body By Lillian Nelson (From the Archive) Whether you are 13 years old and just growing into your body, or 20 years old and reshaping your body with college swimming, this sport really forces you to be aware of your own presence. I cannot s...