By Annie Grevers, Swimming World Staff Writer Chuck Katis has always been a man on a mission…or rather, a man on many missions. His number one goal: better the world.
By Dr. G. John Mullen, DPT, CSCS Keeping the body moving forward during butterfly maintains efficiency and velocity. Many poor swimmers raise their head up too high for a breath,
By Dr. G. John Mullen, Swimming World Contributor Transferring energy from the lower body, through the core, and into the upper body is essential for elite swimming. Often, swimmers will
Lessons With The Legends: Sherm Chavoor Swimming World continues its “Lessons With the Legends,” a series in which top coaches share secrets of their success, in the September issue with a
The American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) World Clinic kicks off next week in Fort Lauderdale, FL with coaches from around the world flocking to the home city of the International
The Eastern States Swim Clinic is the largest and most respected privately run clinics in the United States. The clinic offers you a special opportunity to be with top age group
By Julia Cunningham, Swimming World College Intern Bruce Gemmell has been Katie Ledecky’s coach for four years. In that amount of time, Ledecky has won 15 individual gold medals on
By Katie Lively, Swimming World College Intern A car pulls up to the curb. A kid gets out of the car and comes running up to the pool yelling, “Hey,