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The Truth About Lactate Threshold

By Taylor Byers, Swimming World College Intern. Swimmers often encounter lactate sets throughout their training, yet several misconceptions exist about the body’s production of lactic acid and experiences of fatigue.

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Stations: The Beloved Swim Workout

By Maggie Lasto, Swimming World College Intern. It’s no secret that swimming can get monotonous at times. With their face in the water, swimmers often find themselves singing songs, studying,

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The Circle of Connection

By Jamie Kolar, Swimming World College Intern. Swimming is a work-intensive sport. You normally get out what you put in. You put in hours of work to drop maybe a


13 Weird Objects Found in the Pool

By Kelsey Mitchell, Swimming World College Intern. Picture this: you’re swimming along during practice minding your own business when suddenly, you become entangled in a web of an unidentified object floating by. You have no idea

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Starting off the Semester Strong

By Olivia Wile, Swimming World College Intern. Being a collegiate athlete at any capacity comes with many privileges; however, it also poses its challenges. Despite countless practices, competitions and everything