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The Age-Old Debate: What is the Hardest Event in Swimming?

The Age-Old Debate: What is the Hardest Event in Swimming? By Elise Devlin, Swimming World Intern There’s nothing worse than getting a wide eyed, worrisome expression from your friend after you answered their question, “So, what event do you have next?” We’ve all been there. Lurking somewhere in you...

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Swimming World Presents - The November 2020 Holiday Gift Guide!

The latest issue of Swimming World Magazine is now available for download in the Swimming World Vault! Non-Subscribers Can Download This Issue Here The holiday season is here! Find gifts for all of the people on your list who love the water! With the annual Swimming World Holiday ...

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Swimming World Presents - The Toughest Workouts, Part 1

The latest issue of Swimming World Magazine is now available for download in the Swimming World Vault! Non-Subscribers Can Download This Issue Here The Toughest Workouts Part 1 By Michael J. Stott For years, coaches have written and expected athletes to complete “tough” workouts....

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Four Ingredients That Contribute to a Positive Team Culture

Four Ingredients That Contribute to a Positive Team Culture By Catherine Gibbs, Swimming World College Intern Have you ever been on a “downer” team: One that is filled with negativity, unhealthy competition, or conflict? For those who may have, it sure isn't a great feeling and can have a detrimenta...

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Lia Neal Working for Change, Diversity and Inclusion in Swimming

Lia Neal and Jacob Pebley Working for Change in Swimming (From October's Swimming World Magazine) In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, elite swimmers Lia Neal and Jacob Pebley created Swimmers for Change to promote diversity and to make swimming a more inclusive sport and a more inclusive...