Hungarian Masters Swimmer Sees Over 30% Improvement with TritonWear

Today, we are exploring some of the success a Hungarian coach has had using TritonWear, not only with his team, but also as a masters swimmer himself. A view from a swimmer and ...
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Rio 2016: Women's 200m Freestyle Race - a Data-driven Look at How Katie Ledecky Won

Every race is exciting when it comes to swimming, right? But what if we could dive deeper than just watching the race? What if we could actually analyze the race to figure out ...
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How to: Device Maintenance and Data Collection

With all technology, some device maintenance is recommended to maximize the features and functionality; TritonWear is no different.  Our desktop app is the tool designed for ...
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Building the Perfect Turn: Push Off Strength

There are many components to perfecting turns: breaths into the wall, turn speed, strong streamline, strong pull outs, and a popping up on breakouts. Rather than asking ...
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Train Smarter to Break National Records

Swimming, as a professional sport, is one of the last to get on board with technology-driven data collection and analysis for performance improvement. Sports like ...
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Epic Showdowns in the Pool: women's 100m Butterfly - Sydney 2000

After a series of career disappointments that culminated in falling short of qualifying for the 1996 Olympics, Inge de Bruijn rocketed back to the top of the world in the ...
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