Monthly Archives: May 2016

ASU Picks Up TopRanked Tennessee Star Erica Laning

Tennessee star Erica Laning announced today via her Instagram account that she has given her verbal commitment to swim for ASU as an i [...]

Halle Morris My First Olympic Trials

By Cassidy Lavigne, Swimming World College Intern Halle Morris, 17, has qualified to swim the 100 and 200 breaststroke at next month’s [...]

University of Toledo Hires Jonas Persson as New Head Coach

TOLEDO, OH – The University of Toledo has hired former University of Utah Head Sprint Coach Jonas Persson as its head women’s [...]

3 Types of Swim Parents You See on Deck

By Julia Cunningham, Swimming World College Intern In my experience, swim parents are one of the most influential parts of their swimmerR [...]

Performance of the Week Katinka Hosszus 400 Freestyle

While most European stars were taking this week to regroup from the European Championships from last week, Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu went rig [...]

USA Womens National Team Announces Roster For FINA World League Super Final

Huntington Beach, CA – May 31 – USA Water Polo Women’s Senior National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has named the [...]

Morning Swim Show Relive Nathan Adrian At The 2012 Olympic Trials

In this Morning Swim Show episode, Nathan Adrian talks about the differences between the 2008 Beijing Olympic Trials compared to the 2 [...]

Michael Phelps Missy Franklin Slated to Appear at 2016 Longhorn Elite Meet Psych Sheets

Two of the brightest stars in USA Swimming at slated to compete at the 2016 Longhorn Elite Meet in Austin, Texas spanning June 3-5. Michael [...]

An Essay On Eating Disorders For Coaches and Swimmers

When I was about 14 years old, my coach pulled me aside after practice one day and asked me and my mom to meet with him later that week. He [...]

5 Reasons to Just Keep Swimming into Adulthood

By Abby Bergman, Swimming World College Intern As with athletes in many sports, swimmers who begin a new phase of life face challenges as th [...]
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