By Annie Grevers, Swimming World Staff Writer Four-star General James Cartwright was not supposed to go to college. His grandparents had a farm in Rockford, Illinois, which Cartwright began working
By Alexander Hardwick, Swimming World College Intern At 5:40 a.m. on a summer morning, he slips into his Mount Lebanon Aquatics sweatshirt, khaki shorts and yellow an blue Nike Free running
By Dave Crampton, Swimming World contributor Long term athlete development (LTAD) is a widely accepted concept within high performance sport on how to best train and develop junior athletes appropriately
By Dr. G. John Mullen I often discuss the steps to experiencing physical recovery from a swimming injury. Put a tennis ball here or a baseball there and — poof!
Taking It Out Fast Part three of a series on saving scholarship swimming focuses on what is being done by the College Swimming Coaches Association (CSCAA) and discusses common issues
PHOENIX – In the second issue of Swimming Technique magazine, heavy hitters respond to criticism of the ultra-short-race-pace-training method now popular in competitive swimming. DOWNLOAD your FREE copy today! FEATURE ARTICLES
By Matt Grillo, Swimming World College Intern Tom Rushton became an integral part of a structure aimed at catapulting Canadian swimming to a new level when he was brought on to be head coach