By Maddie Strasen, Swimming World College Intern Kelley Allen never stood still, sprinting up and down the pool deck to urge on his swimmers in each race. In fact, the
By Robbie Dickson, Swimming World College Intern The 2015-2016 season came to a close with the conclusion of the Paralympic Games last week. Now in the third week of September, with
By Jason Tillotson, Swimming World College Intern. Okay. Before all the crazed Michael Phelps and Misty Hyman fans pick up their torches and pitchforks, let me explain. Let’s pretend, for
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 David Rieder. Bob Bowman and David Marsh stood in front of a crowd of the country’s top swim coaches, who all stood and applauded. Marsh and Bowman were returning