Jasmine Ong

Jasmine brings over 13 years of competitive swimming experience. As TritonWear’s marketing coordinator, she merges her swimming history with her natural marketing abilities, to help build and deliver the valuable swimming and performance content you've come to trust from TritonWear.
Blog Posts written by Jasmine Ong

Off Season Practice: Do's and Don'ts

Off-season practice can be a valuable opportunity to get an early advantage heading into the next season. Here are a few tips to help you make the most out of your off-season training.

Conquer Training

TritonWear Race Analysis: Men's 400m Freestyle - 2016 Olympic Games

The men's 400m freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympics was not only a thrilling race to watch, but there were also plenty of insights to be gained from the metrics at play.

Race Analysis

How to Use Stroke Rate to Improve Swim Performance

Finding the ideal stroke rate can greatly improve swim performance and lead to better results.

Success With Metrics

Grouping Athletes for More Organized Tracking

Groups provide a more organized display of data, so you can track a specific set of athletes for a given time, before easily switching over to monitor another group.

Success With Metrics

4 Steps to Successfully Integrate Technology Into Training

Implementing new technology may be a big change, but it could only lead to positive outcomes for you and your team. Here are a few ways to effectively integrate technology into training.

Success With Metrics

How to Swim at a Faster Speed

Speed is a useful metric in determining pacing strategies for a given distance and stroke. But more importantly, it allows you to dive a little deeper and be more precise in locating specific areas that need to be worked on to swim faster.

How to Swim Faster

3 Steps To Success


Outfit Team

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Track Training To Isolate Weaknesses

Understand how to improve with precision and purpose.


Act On Insights and Win!

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