A tree crashed onto a group of people enjoying a swim at the base of a large waterfall in Ghana, and local authorities tell wire services that at least 17 people were killed in the freak accident.
The revelers got caught in a rainstorm on Sunday, according to a statement from
In September 1988–nine months before the first Total Immersion camp–I heard Bill Boomer, who would become my most influential mentor, talk at a coaching clinic. Two
Last night (Thursday, March 16) at the 2017 Women’s NCAA Championship, “the best athlete in the world” Katie Ledecky broke her own personal best (4:25, set
Our recent Triathlon Swim Camp (March 1 to 5 in St Petersburg FL) offered two instructional sessions each day. The camp featured six 2-hour pool practices
Beijing, host of the inaugural leg of the 2017 FINA/NVC Diving World Series, landed a two-meet deal sponsorship agreement for the first time with car and vehicle manufacturer giant BMW Brilliant Automotive Ltd.
BMW has supported the first meet from March 3-5 and will be back next year in the Chinese
Swimmers in an Olympic-sized pool could be surrounded by up to 50 gallons of urine, a new study has revealed.
Scientists used an artificial sweetener found in urine to measure how much pee is in swimming pool water.
They discovered the sweetener acesulfame potassium (ACE), is consistently present in urine, making it
Last month, in the blog Cancer as Opportunity, I related examples of how I’ve used instances of illness or injury to become a better swimmer. In
Thursday January 5th was my final full day of coaching at our Open Water camp at St John USVI. After swimming twice a day in the
Amby Burfoot sent a comment after reading my recent post How to be Kaizen while swimming slower than ever. “I admire how you remain open to
You express a wish for my recovery in your message. While the chances for recovery in a physical sense are pretty slim, and perhaps far off,