The USA swimming site is running a series of sports science articles investigating what made some of the greatest American performances of all time possible. The articles include stroke rates, splits and underwater distances for all the swimmers and provide some interesting reading, despite an understandable USA bias. There's also the opportunity to … Continue Reading→
Results for the English Schools Inter-divisional Swimming Championships re now available at the English Schools Swimming Association
website. Highlight of the event, held at Sheffield's Ponds Forge on 25th and 26th October, was a British Junior record of 56.67 for the 100m butterfly, set by Liverpool's 15 year-old Michael Rock. This … Continue Reading→
The ASA have announced the composition of the World Class Potential, Youth and Start programmes for the 2002/2003 season. These are based on performances at this year's National Age Group and Youth Championships.
World Class Youth, Potential, Start and IM squad lists
The National Speedo League made their first venture onto the web last week, when their official website
was launched. It currently only shows information for the London and South leagues but there are plans to extend this to include all regions.
National Speedo League Website
Gary VanderMeulen is a former Olympic swimmer, and was coach (and husband!) to Commonwealth Champion Alison Sheppard, as well as a coach to the British Olympic Swimming Team
Freestyle turns can become your greatest strength. However you must decide to dedicate yourself to making them better. With everything that you have done thousands of times it … Continue Reading→