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Collegiate Swimming Breakdown

Every year, swimmers who are looking to compete at a college level and apply for a scholarship ask a familiar question: Should I search...

Creatures of the Pool | The Different Types Of Swimmers

The Loch Ness Monster No one is really sure if the “Loch Ness Monster” is part of the team or not. This swimmer only shows...

8 Ways a Swimmer Knows That School’s Back in Session

Many swimmers in the state of Florida have started school this week. No matter when you start back to class, there are several tell-tale...

My Journey To The Finish Line | An Athletes Perspective

Anyone in need of some inspiration before conference starts? On this day last year, Gator Great and UF diver, Kahlia Warner posted this reflective...
Neal Studd Swim Camp at FSU

Mental Gymnastics | The Mental Side Of Swimming

It’s the big day. You’re at your championship meet, tapered, suited up, and not a hair on your body. You’ve trained all year for...

My Pinky Toe is Giving Me Shoulder Pain?

Wait what? Yep, you read that title right. I’ve been stoked to write this series, since I brainstormed it out a few weeks ago. It’s...

ISCA’s 8th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic

The International Swim Coaches Association presents the 8th Annual Hall of Fame Coaches Clinic: August 23-26, 2017 in beautiful Clearwater, Florida right on the...

Q and A with Mark Corley, head coach of the Loggerhead Aquatic Club in...

Live Love Laugh Compete Q and A with Mark Corley, head coach of the Loggerhead Aquatic Club in Jacksonville, FL A Sara DiPaolo Questionaire Pick One: Nachos or...

Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson on the Significance of Swimming

Four-time Olympic Jamaican Swimmer, Alia Atkinson, would like to send a message, not just to high school swimmers, not just to club swimmers, but...

To Be The Best, You’ve Got To Eat The Best

Performing at one’s highest potential at all swim meets is every swimmers goal. Fueling your body with the proper foods allows you to achieve...

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