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Swimming Science and USRPT

In this episode of the 'Playing with Science' channel, hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice dive into the deep end, exploring swimming science and Ultra Short Race Pace Training alongside some of the sport’s insiders – Dr. John Mullen, Dr. Brent Rushall, and coach Peter Andrew.  Dr. G. John Mullen graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the Universi…
Date: 16:49:03 14.02.2020
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  USRPT

Millfield Swim Parents Workshop Feb 2020

Millfield Swimming has produced 24 Olympians in its short history and has had a swimmer at every Olympics since 1968 including champions like Duncan Goodhew and Mark Foster. To support their program which produces international, national and regional champions year on year, the Coaching Team live streamed their first Parents workshop of 2020. Topics included: reflections of a sport psychologis…
Date: 16:17:01 14.02.2020
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Psychology,Nutrition

Never too Old - 360 Swimming Squad

The documentary video below artistically portrays the story of four Australians who achieved, for the first time in their country’s history, the national age record for the 360 Yrs category in swimming competitions. The youngest member of the team is 87 years old and the oldest is 92. Their combined age is more than three and a half centuries. Their amazing achievement as well as their …
Date: 12:32:07 30.08.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  Documentary

Swimming World Biweekly June 6, 2019

In this issue there is a recap of the FINA Champions Series Finals in Indianapolis, an interview with Captain Tom Popp of Navy Water Polo and Annie Lazor wins the 200m breaststroke at the TYR Pro Swim Series, becoming the 9th fastest performer in history. Russia is facing a possible 2020 Olympic ban over allegations of a doping cover-up for high jump champion Danil Lysenko. Japan’s Kosuke…
Date: 12:30:49 12.06.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  FINA, Health, Entertainment

Swimming World May 2019

In this issue check out the features and photographs covering the 2019 Division I Championships in Austin. Read about Cal men's win against Texas, as well as Stanford women's win against the University of California. Take a closer look at this year's DI stars with athlete spotlights on Brooke Forde, Beata Nelson, Abbey Weitzeil, Lilly King, Daniel Carr and Dean Farris. Take a look …
Date: 11:41:00 03.05.2019
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Technique, Conditioning

Swimming World Biweekly April 21, 2019

In this issue there is a full recap and photo coverage of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Richmond, Virginia. Madisyn Cox files a lawsuit against the Cooper Clinic for ongoing damages and shut out by the International Swimming League. TYR Sport signs 2x Olympic gold medalist, USA water polo captain Maggie Steffens - making her the first elite level player in water polo history to sign with a …
Date: 22:59:54 26.04.2019
Categories: GeneralWater Polo
Keywords:  Marketing

Swimming World Biweekly April 7, 2019

In this issue read about the Cal men's domination of the NCAA Division I Championships, and a full recap of the women's NCAA Division I Championships. Plus several more NCAA highlight features, such John Shebat with his first individual win on his last night of college swimming, Felix Aubock coming back from a disastrous start to win the 1650 free, Daniel Carr being allowed …
Date: 09:40:05 18.04.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  NCAA

Swimming World April 2019

In this ssue  read about Paola Dominguez-Castro, the high school junior considered one of the most impressive young water polo talents in the USA. Take a look back with ISHOF's Historian Bruce Wigo, to "The Greatest Swim in History", and consider if the real "greatest swim" is still yet to come. Take heart that despite Jovan Vavic's eviction from Troy, USC …
Date: 09:37:29 18.04.2019
Categories: General

Plans for Sea Lanes pool on Brighton seafront

Sea Lanes Brighton propose to transform the former Peter Pan site on Madeira Drive, Brighton, by delving deep into its history and culture and reviving competitive and recreational sea-swimming on Brighton Seafront. The vision is to create the UK’s first national open water swimming centre of excellence. As the wider master plan for the area is finalised Sea Lanes will be taking the …
Date: 08:36:01 05.04.2019
Categories: Open Water
Keywords:  Facilities

Swimming World Biweekly - March 21, 2019

In this issue, catch up with the full finals recap of the 2019 NCAA Division II Championships! Cardinal Mallory Comerford and Hoosier Lilly King reflect on their NCAA careers drawing to a close, while Stanford's Taylor Ruck and Michigan's Maggie MacNeil discuss going into their first NCAA Champs.  Read about how 17-year-old Regan Smith became the fastest female short course yards …
Date: 07:25:22 24.03.2019
Categories: General

Swimming World March 2019

In this issue, read about Andrew Seliskar 's impressive work ethic toward training, and how he is preparing for his final year as a Cal Bear. Catch up on the exciting history between the teams of the upcoming NCAAs, take a lesson from legend Gus Stager, pick up a few swim sets for the 10-and-under crew, train with Maddie Kauahi, and consider the view from a different perspective - what coaches…
Date: 11:57:19 08.03.2019
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Training

Swimming World February 2019

In this issue of Swimming World, read about how Arkansas Diving Coach Dale Schultz gets to coach his own daughter, Brooke Schultz, at an elite level, and find out what her future goals Take a look back at historic swimming firsts in Black History, and at the history of the women's 100 yard backstroke. Consider nutrition and proper meals with Justin Wright, continue series Lessons …
Date: 09:45:36 11.02.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  Technique, Nutrition, Inspiration

Swimming World Biweekly - December 21, 2018

This issue of SW Biweekly features a review of their favorite swimming news stories from all of 2018, some of which include taking a look back in history to understand its importance today. Read about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the right to swim, and Chris Silva, who was the first African American to qualify for a U.S. Olympic swimming team (1984), the first to hold a U.S. record, and the …
Date: 09:02:20 23.12.2018
Categories: General
Keywords:  History

Swimming World Biweekly - December 7, 2018

In this issue of SW Biweekly... Is Andrew Seliskar the best NCAA Swimmer? Read about the 2018 U.S. Winter Nationals full Finals recap, Coach Denny Harper's 39 year history with San Diego sees the Tritons move to a Division I schedule, Coach Dante Dettamanti takes a look back at the 50 years of NCAA men's water polo, find out what makes a pool fast, and pick up a few tips on training alone …
Date: 14:45:26 12.12.2018
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Anti-doping, Facilities, Water Polo,

Swimming World Biweekly - August 21, 2018

Featuring Cate Campbell and Australia in full coverage of the 2018 Pan Pacific Championships. Team USA brings home 65 medals from Pan Pac para swimming! Go On The Record with legendary water polo coaches Ricardo Azevedo and Ratko Rudic, follow developments in the Dagny Knutson fraud case, learn about the 50 year history of the All-City Swim Meet, and catch up on what's new with Joseph Schoolin…
Date: 17:40:00 26.08.2018
Categories: General
Keywords:  Pan Pacs,

Swimming World Biweekly - June 21, 2018

Read about the swimmers of the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara, California, catch up with some of your favorites in the water, take a look back in swimming history, and meet 2018's recipients of The Cutino Awards for water polo.
Date: 12:23:24 26.06.2018
Categories: General

Commonwealth Games Legends - Susie O'Neill

Susie ‘Madame Butterfly’ O’Neill won more gold medals at a Commonwealth Games than any female in Australian sporting history. Ahead of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games in April, O'Neill says the thought of losing still provokes nightmares. Although her illustrious swimming career proves otherwise, O’Neill was overcome with nerves during competiti…
Date: 08:53:31 03.04.2018
Categories: General
Keywords:  Commonwealth

Making a Splash

History was made at the Sixth Annual Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic. Edwin Graves, 91, Tiger Holmes, 93, John Corse, 90, and William Adams, 88, all former college swimmers who stopped swimming for decades, went on an age-group record setting binge. In the process, they didn't just change history, they smashed the stereotypes of aging and taught us all an important lesson about what's …
Date: 16:19:51 08.11.2016
Categories: General

Hall of Fame Olympic swimming coach Pete Malone

In this podcast, Dr. Andrew Jacobs is joined by Hall of Fame swimming coach Pete Malone to talk about cheating in the Olympics. Malone served as Head Coach and General Manager for the Kansas City Blazers Swim Team in Kansas City, Kansas & Missouri from 1975 to 2010. Some of Coach Malone's accomplishments/positions include: USA Swimming's Top 25 Most Influential …
Date: 13:47:48 17.09.2016
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Cheating, Olympics

Wild Swimming Walks

Wild Swimming Walks  28 adventures into the beautiful countryside of southern England. Discover swimming meadows along the Thames, secret coves of the Sussex seashore and hidden islands of the Essex coast. All the walking routes are accessible by train and each comes with ideas for places to visit and refreshments along the route. Includes suggestions for longer weekends away as well. …
Date: 10:16:17 29.11.2015
Categories: Open Water
Keywords:  Wild

100 years of water polo in Croatia

HVS monografija ENGIn 2010 Croatian Water Polo Federation celebrated its 102nd anniversary by publishing a history of the first 100 years of water polo in Croatia.
Date: 10:22:21 30.10.2015
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Water Polo,

Strokes for Gold

Part 1 features a look at America's best swimmers from 1973 to 76: Shirley Babashoff, Tim Shaw, Greg Jagenburg, John Naber, John Hencken and coach George Haines along with host Don Schollander, the star of the 1964 Olympic Games. Footage of the 1976 Olympic Trials and AAU Nationals, Frank Keefe at the John DuPont Pool - a look back at the days of AAU swimming leading up the 1976 Olympic Games.…
Date: 11:45:25 06.10.2015
Categories: General
Keywords:  Archive, ISHOF

Preserving club histories

Over time, administrators and officers collect pictures, documents, videos and other general items detailing a great deal of the day to day history of their clubs. Founded in 1860, Brighton Swimming Club is England's oldest continuously formed Swimming Club. Take a look how they have preserved their historical records for the digital Archives / Memories. Brighton Swimming Club …
Date: 14:13:53 16.09.2015
Categories: General
Keywords:  Clubs