Women in Coaching: We've Come a Long Way, but the Journey is Just Beginning
We sat down with two women we’ve featured in our Women in Coaching column – Sarah Dawson and Carolyn Ackerley – to learn more about what they’d like to see in the future as things continue to evolve.
#1Volunteam: 8 Reasons to Volunteer as a Lane Timer
Here are 8 reasons why you should slip off your sneakers and volunteer as a lane timer.
A Swimmer's Thoughts During the Last 5 Yards
The final 5 yards of a race are often the most intense. It’s a final desperate claw-and-stretch adventure towards that wonderful, wonderful timing pad.
The Story of the Closest and Most Controversial NCAAs Ever
The 1974 men’s NCAA swimming championships are still the closest in history. And, as with any good story, there was a bundle of controversy, more than at any other NCAA swimming championships before or since.
Tips for Consistent Nutrition
In the Winter 2017 issue of Splash, I was intrigued by Olivier Poirier-Leroy’s article titled, “Staying Consistent.” It made me think of ways that swimmers should heed Poirier-Leroy’s advice and apply it to eating behaviors. So, with a thank you to Olivier, let’s review how the advice applies to fueling and hydration.