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Don't Miss the 2018 U.S. National Championships!

Posted on Jul 23, 2018 6:07:11 PM by SwimLabs in Missy Franklin, in Swimming Community, in olympian, in U.S. Swimming National Championships

The 2018 U.S. National Championships begin this Wednesday, July 25th! Whether you are rooting for Missy Franklin, Katie Ledecky, or your local hero, the best of the best are gearing up to leave one another in their wake at the biggest U.S. meet of the year! With some help from SwimSwam.com we've got you covered on where to go to tune in!

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Mike Mann Mondays: A Day in the Life of a Swim School Owner

Posted on Jul 2, 2018 10:35:59 AM by Dorian Capers in Swim Team, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in swimming goals, in Swimming Community, in competitive swimming, in Mike Mann

In this segment, we ask Master's Swimmer, World Record Holder, and humble SwimLabs Co-Founder, Mike Mann his insights on the sport and swimming news happening around the world!

This Week's Question:

What's a day in the life of a swim school owner like?

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Mike Mann Mondays: Combining or Splitting Swimming Programs

Posted on Jun 18, 2018 6:00:00 AM by Dorian Capers in Swimming tips from an instructor, in Swimming Community, in competitive swimming, in Mike Mann

In this segment, we ask Master's Swimmer, World Record Holder, and humble SwimLabs Co-Founder, Mike Mann his insight on the sport and swimming news happening around the world!

This Week's Question:

SwimSwam reports -  “The University of Florida has split its men’s and women’s swim & dive programs, promoting former assistants Anthony Nesty and Jeff Poppell to head the men’s and women’s programs, respectively. …The split programs go against the current of NCAA programs, which have seen far more teams combining previously single-gender programs than splitting previously combined programs.”

Mike, can you give us context to this event? Why would a university team decide to split their program? 

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Ironman & SwimLabs: Introduction to the Triathlon Part II

Posted on Jun 8, 2018 4:00:29 PM by Laura Dravenstott in triathlon, in Swimming Community, in training, in Ironman

To celebrate SwimLabs’ partnership with Ironman, we’re posting a series of blogs on triathlon training at SwimLabs. The first blog is an interview with Louis Cicchino, a top-ranked amateur triathlete and triathlon coach / owner at Accelero Endurance. Louis has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Metro State University, a Certified Training Certificate from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. Louis is also an instructor at SwimLabs Highlands Ranch and conducts open water clinics at Grant Ranch. Interviewer Laura Dravenstott is an instructor at SwimLabs. This is part II of the interview. Find part I here!

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Mike Mann Mondays: Taking Care of Your Body

Posted on May 21, 2018 1:20:08 PM by Dorian Capers in Swimming tips from an instructor, in swimming health tips, in Swimming Community, in competitive swimming, in Mike Mann

In this segment, we ask Master's Swimmer, World Record Holder, and humble SwimLabs Co-Founder, Mike Mann his insight on the sport and swimming news happening around the world!

This Week's Question:

Swimmers often swim in chlorinated pools or open water if they swim open water events. I also know while swimming you may be more likely to get sunburns even in water. What are some of the things you do as dedicated swimmers to protect your skin and hair from these elements? 

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