The Swim Down - that last few minutes of the session when the hard work is over, when you can finally relax and start to think about what you are doing after the session. But do you make the most of your swim down? It should be one of the most important parts of your … Continue Reading→
pullbuoy male swimmer of 2000 - Mark Foster
A clear winner in this category with Mark Foster easily coming out on top, despite being pressed hard by James Hickman and a late surge form Darren Mew. Foster himself had an eventful 2000, … Continue Reading→
'Hold of the water' is something that coaches often talk about to swimmers. It's normally a good thing and you can sometimes feel when you are doing it well, but how do you define it? More importantly what can you do to improve it?
the catchIn all strokes there comes a point where your … Continue Reading→
Perhaps the approach of your new national coach, Bill Sweetenham, from Australia, will change all this. Australia's loss, Britain's gain!!
From the parent of an up-and-coming Aussie swimmer who has blossomed under the care and attention of Bill Sweetenham.
The arrival of the above message in response to our article about Sue Rolph's comments on British … Continue Reading→
The Olympic swimming drew to a close on Saturday at the end of 8 days of quite astounding competition. The British challenge may have been disappointing, but for swimming as a whole, the meet was tremendous. Picking our highlights was extremely difficult, but here goes...
race of the weekWith so many high quality … Continue Reading→