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Vermann, Miller Claim National Titles in Illinois

The U.S. Masters Swimming Sprint-Distance Open Water National Championship drew 73 swimmers from 18 states and 23 clubs.

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  • Open Water
  • Technique and Training

Finding Your Best Open Water Race in the Pool

Some careful and calculated pool sets will help you swim within yourself, race so you enjoy it, and make you as fast as you can be.

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  • Technique and Training

How to Get Rid of That Swimmers Slouch

We’ve all heard of the “swimmer’s slouch,” that slightly hunched-over posture that can happen when chest muscles tighten and shorten, while back muscles elongate.

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  • Technique and Training

Four Alternative Accessories You Should Have

Here are four ideas for swimming accessories you may want to consider.

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  • Technique and Training

Three Yoga Poses for Better Posture

Good posture can help you swim faster and experience less pain.

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  • Human Interest

Still Attached to Marcia

I think it’s safe to say, I’m still a little attached to Marcia.

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  • Technique and Training
  • Health and Nutrition

Four Ways to Fend Off Foot Cramps

Fortunately, we can help fend off these frustrating cramps by following these four tips.

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  • Events

Spring Nats Day 4 Recap: Celebrating Mother’s Day

Swimmers at Spring Nationals spent Mother's Day with their mothers.

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Spring Nats Competitor Hagen: ‘Swimming Has Perhaps Saved Me’

During one of my PTSD therapy sessions, I was asked to visualize a calm, soothing environment. The picture I put in my mind was of swimming in a pool with only the sound of rushing water over my ears and soothing bubbles passing in front of my eyes, ...

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Spring Nats Day 3 Recap Sims Keeps Flying

David Sims continues to dominate his somewhat old stroke made new again.