Playing only one sport throughout the year can bring a level of expertise, but when it comes to youth sports, this specialization can also bring injury. Young athletes are increasingly suffering sports injuries that can be attributed to overuse. Some medical experts consider...
Janet Evans tells people that she would give up all five of her Olympic swimming medals to live that moment just one more time. So Evans considered it an honor to host the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards recently. Evans retold her part of the Atlanta 1996 Olympic torch...
Good clichés are useful — they're easy to remember, they're positive, and they're used under motivational circumstance. But that's dealing with motivation. What about disappointment?
In the ranks of the quiet contributors to surround-sound success in swimming, there's a man called Jack Roach, who has led a USA juniors tour and training program for several years — and now has a new role doing what he's so...
A group of swimming enthusiasts wants to build a large aquatics center in Saratoga County, New York, with four pools where aspiring Olympians and children learning how to doggy-paddle could swim year-round. The $22 million...
Olympic and world champion Katie Ledecky was named USA Swimming's athlete of the year for the third consecutive year. She received the award at the U.S. Aquatic Sports Convention recently. Ledecky joins Ryan Lochte (2009-11) and Mike Barrowman (1989-91) as three-time winners....
Catherine Vogt, a veteran international open water swimming coach from Southern California, will guide the U.S. open water team for the first time at next year's Olympics. Vogt oversaw the U.S. team at this summer's world swimming championships...
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