Drop everything you’re doing right now and focus on this. That’s what every day has been like for the past three weeks after two coaches contacted us with concerns their programs were on the chopping block. Now I’m telling you to do the same, because after going through this experience, I’ve learned a few things that every coach needs to know about their program:
The University of Missouri Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams has been named a College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Community Service Team. The Tigers earned the
We have all seen the picture many times by now. Everyone who was there remembers the moment. Probably, they always will. After eight days of racing, morning and evening, Olympic Trials ended Sunday night, July 3rd. Then, w
Nothing can make or break your recruiting more than a visit. In a survey of over 1,800 college swimmers and divers, the campus visit was far and away the most influential factor in their decision. Their responses were strong, and in many cases, counter-intuitive. Here are four takeaways from our research into campus visits: Read More (Members Only)
Swimming World Magazine is hoping to wrangle together another gifted group of writers interested in enhancing their journalism skills and garnering valuable experience to add to their resumes.
For the 11th year, the Ted Mullin “Hour of Power” will take place this November. Since the first relay, participation has grown to 178 teams with more than 8,400 athletes aim
Leave it to Matt Gianiodis, perhaps the funniest coach on deck, to succinctly state what’s in the back of every coach’s mind. Mr. Lochte and crew have provided us with a teachable moment, but what are your talking points? With many campuses beginning classes this week, here are a few ideas: