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The Week in Swimming 3/2/2018

Looking back on this week's regional championships & looking ahead to the NCAA Div. III coming up!

The Week in Swimming 2/23/2018

Red umbrellas, the Swim for Nick foundation, and more inspiration from the week's swimming news!

The Week in Swimming 2/16/2018

Olympic swimmer James Magnussen sees a double standard at the Winter Olympics, plus pain relief from cold water swimming and mermaid rights activists.

The Week in Swimming - 2/9/2018

What's new with Natalie Coughlin, Chad Le Clos, Kirsty Coventry, and more...

The Week in Swimming 2/2/2018

Updates on the Tokyo Olympics, Katie Ledecky, making swimming a safer sport, and more...

The Week in Swimming 1/25/2018

A swimming podcast, a swimming hedgehog, ice swimming, and more from the week's news...

Customize Your Endless Pool (or Buy this one in Michigan!)

Why does this Endless Pools® swimming machine have three different depths? According to Mark H, "It was my wife's desire for water aerobics in two depths and to be able to tread water." Thanks to the Endless Pool's modular design, his wife got the pool of her dreams! This is ...

The Week (and More) in Swimming

Props to Missy Franklin, Cullen Jones, Rowdy Gaines and the other Olympic swimmers who teach lower-income kids to swim through the USA Swimming Foundation. (US News & World Report) Last year, he completed an Olympic-distance triathlon while carrying a 100-pound tree. This year, Ross Edgely aims to set four world ...

The Week (and a Half) in Swimming

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, this feature took last week off. Katie Ledecky broke two more NCAA records! (Baltimore Sun) Should a Special Olympics swimmer be disqualified for being “too fast”? (Belfast Live) Cold-water swimming gets its due in this profile of ICows, the Iowa City Open Water Swimmers (Gazette, ...

6 Steps to Swimming for Weight Loss (Part 3 of 3)

Here, we consider practical strategies to build a regular swimming weight-loss regimen.

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