Check out the new Swimming Down Under series featuring Ian Pope! Pope is the Melbourne Vicentre Swimming Club Head Coach and has been an Australian Olympic and National Team Coach since the 2000 Olympics. Pope has been named “Victorian Swimming Coach of the Year” nine times since 1998. Ian was awarded the 2006 “Vicsport Coach […]
We have recently released a new swimming DVD series titled, Coaching the Developing Swimmer. This series is a first-of-its-kind instructional series dedicated to coaching the developing swimmer. Each DVD delivers stroke, turn, and start instruction in an individual setting followed by technique work in a group. This series is ideal for high school and club […]
Eddie Reese and the University of Texas men’s swimming and diving team collected their 10th team championship at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. Reese, an International Swimming Hall of Fame member, has been named NCAA Coach of the Year eight times and was the USA Olympic Head Coach three times.
Former Auburn University swimming standout, Cesar Cielo, shattered Eamon Sullivan’s official world record time of 47.05 to become just the second man in history to break the 47-second barrier. Cielo completed the 100m freestyle in 46.91 after finishing the final 50m with a 24.74 split. His time surpassed Alain Bernard’s recorded time of 46.94 at […]
Auburn coach Richard Quick, a legendary college swimming coach whose long career included NCAA championships and the Olympics, passed away at age 66. Quick was a member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame and his 13 NCAA team titles are the most ever by a head coach. Quick’s coaching career included stints as Auburn, Stanford, Texas, […]