Epic Showdowns in the Pool: Men’s 200 Backstroke – Australia vs. Japan

Ryosuke Irie was flying under the radar at the time. He was a skinny 19-year-old Japanese backstroker who placed fifth in 200 backstroke at the Beijing Olympics the previous ...
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How TritonWear is Changing Coaching for the Better

Using TritonWear technology is beneficial for coaches in more ways than one. As multiple users have stated, “it’s like having another coach on deck.” But lots of technologies ...
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Featured Athlete: Kendyl Stewart

Kendyl Stewart became a breakout star on the American swimming scene when she claimed national titles in the 50 and 100 butterfly in the summer of 2014. It was a long time ...
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Letting Your Swimmer Take Ownership: 7 Tips for Swim Parents

Parents can serve as a helpful and encouraging support system when it comes to their son or daughter’s swimming, or they can be their greatest obstacle to success in the sport. ...
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9 Tips for Conquering Tough Sets

Every swimmer knows that sinking feeling of dread when you walk out on deck and see a brutally difficult set scribbled on the whiteboard. You might find yourself instantly ...
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7 Reasons You Aren’t Meeting Your Expectations in the Pool

Are you someone who regularly swims much slower in races than you expect to? Are you frequently underwhelmed by your results at swim meets? Do you find yourself consistently ...
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