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Science of Performance: Breaststroke Progressions

Dryland Tip By Swimming World correspondent G. John Mullen of SwimmingScience.net and CenterofOptimalRestoration.com, Creator of Swimmer's Shoulder System SANTA CLARA, California, April 5. LAST week, the Science of Performance: Breaststroke

Journey to Olympic Trials: All Star

Commentary by Jeff Commings, SwimmingWorld.TV associate producer PHOENIX, Arizona, April 3. I haven't swum since last Wednesday. When you are an adult with a full-time job, you have to work

Kosuke Kitajima On The Record

By Hideki Mochizuki, Swimming World Japanese correspondent TOKYO, Japan, April 3. DURING the second day of the Japanese Olympic Trials, Kosuke Kitajima once again showed his quest to be the

Swimmer to Watch: Kosuke Hagino

Feature by Hideki Mochizuki, Swimming World Japanese correspondent TOKYO, Japan, April 2. During day one of the Japanese Olympic Trials, Kosuke Hagino smashed the Japanese record in the men's 400m

Journey to Olympic Trials: Man in the Mirror

Commentary by Jeff Commings, SwimmingWorld.TV associate producer PHOENIX, Arizona, March 28. TODAY was the official start of my power phase of training. I’ve got about 80 days of hard training

Science of Performance: Breaststroke

By Swimming World correspondent G. John Mullen of SwimmingScience.net and COR, Creator of Swimmer’s Shoulder System SANTA CLARA, California, March 28. I have not taught swim lessons in years, but

Olympians Giving Back: Jeremy Linn

Feature by Chelsea Howard UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania, March 27. AFTER becoming a well-accomplished swimmer and competing on all different levels of the sport, Jeremy Linn was not ready to give

Dryland Tip: Sand Pulls With Outsweep

Dryland Tip By Swimming World Correspondent G. John Mullen of SwimmingScience.net and CenterofOptimalRestoration.com SANTA CLARA, California, March 22. THIS week's Dryland Tip from Dr. G. John Mullen is designed to