Historical Revolution: The Feminine Code Of Achievement

Historical Revolution: The Feminine Code Of Achievement Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. What would have happened to Larisa Ilchenko, Keri-Anne Payne, Haley Anderson, Éva Risztov, Martina Grimaldi, and Angela Maurer if Shelley Taylor-Smith had [...]

What If? Alex Meyer

We asked professional marathon swimmer, 25 km world champion, and Olympian Alex Meyer from Harvard University a series of "What if?" questions about his racing at the elite level from 5 km to 25 km. [...]

31st Annual Pirates Week 5K Today

The Pirates Week 5K is being held for the 31st time on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands today. Last year, Olympic gold medalist Ous Mellouli was upset by 17-year-old Alex McCallum of the Stingray [...]

A Medley of Choices For Open Water Swimmers

While there are a select few who swim butterfly, backstroke, and breaststroke in the open water, the vast majority of open water swimmers focus on freestyle, both in competition and training. But the Open Water [...]

Mateusz Sawrymowicz Looking Up

Polish Olympian Mateusz Sawrymowicz won the competitive RCP Tiburon Mile yesterday in a hard-fought victory over Tunisia's Ous Mellouli and Kane Radford of New Zealand. He talks about beating his Trojan Swim Club teammate Mellouli: [...]

Raising Kane In Tiburon

If there is one race in the world where Kane Radford brings his A-game, it is the annual US$10,000 winner-take-all RCP Tiburon Mile. The race is a flat-out sprint from Angel Island to the idyllic [...]

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