March 2, 2021
A marathon effort is underway tonight, with a Brisbane woman attempting to swim a lap of Bribie Island. Jessica Evans is braving strong currents, stingers and sharks, all to raise awareness for suicide prevention
Jan. 19, 2021
15 Truths About Swimming Swimming is a sport like no other. You learn a lot about yourself throughout your years as a swimmer and the sport inherently instills valuable life lessons in you. Even when your time as a competitive swimmer is done, you still continue to learn more about the sport and have time to reflect. Here are 15 very real and very honest truths about swimming: 1. Swimming isn’t like any other sport, so don’t expect it to be. Swimming is unique for many reasons and is truly unlike any other sport. You don’t get a timeout in the middle of your 400 IM, no matter how bad ...
Sept. 8, 2020
Daniel Bull features in #GWR2021 for this highest altitude swim. Whilst visiting the Chilean mountains earlier this year, Daniel decided to have a dip in water that was below freezing! 🥶…
July 11, 2020
Probably sounds familiar. This is one of the classic coach-isms that swimmers receive in the moments before stepping up on the blocks. But this outlook is something you should bring with you to the practice pool, too. Here’s why you should finish strong. Finish Like a Champion It’s the end of a big set, something gnarly like 30x100s on a short interval, best average, and it’s a certified fact that you are hurtin’. Legs are cement, lungs are burning, and you are questioning your choice of sport. As you begin the head-first fall into Ouchietown, your technique begins to crack, you slow ...
May 9, 2021
On this episode of Listen Up, Bailey is joined by #1 U.S. ParaSwimmer Jamal Hill. Tokyo Olympics is just around the corner and Hill talks his daily routine in and out of the pool in preparation for the biggest event of his life. Bailey touches on Jamal’s background in swimming dating back to 2 years-old and learned about the uphill battle to stay at the top of his game. An incredible amount of hard work and dedication got Hill to where he stands today, but many challenges had to be faced. This is a story you don’t want to miss!
March 15, 2021
Tahnee Afuhaamango was swimming at the Darwin competition on February 6 and went home after her events - only realising after returning later that day she had obliterated the world record.