My Journey: Ryan Lochte

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 15:28
Gold medalist Ryan Lochte recounts how his love for swimming took him to the University of Florida and then to the Olympics.

More Than Sport: It’s so much more than training for swimmer Ellen Keane

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 14:13
There’s more to Ellen Keane than tough training and hard work.

Matt’s Action Cam: Swimming for Gold

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 14:03
Sophomore from Central Valley High School, Sarah Nicholls has qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials! Matt Rogers interviewed her on Matt’s Action Cam on Good Day Spokane.

Grant Hackett faces media after ‘nipple cripple’ incident

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 14:01
Grant Hackett explains the fallout from his drunken flightAustralian swimming legend Grant Hackett has been accused of tweaking a passenger’s nipple ‘quite forcefully’ on a flight after the man reclined his chair, according to reports.

A visit to the Rio 2016 Olympic swimming test event

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 13:57
The swimming test event held this month at the Water Stadium Rio 2016 Games, the Olympic Park Bar, received an illustrious visit. Arthur, a former student of a Gym Experimental Olympic (GEO) and today professional swimmer, had the taste of what will be the official competition. At this meeting, sport and excitement mingle and show [...]

Omaha Swimmer Qualifies For Swim Trials

Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 13:54
A local swimmer has her eye on Rio


Swimmer's Daily - Frí, 29/04/2016 - 13:53
Short film about the exploration on breathhold of the biggest wreck in Mediterranean sea, by 3 world champions Guillaume Néry, Morgan Bourc’His and Rémy Dubern. All the images were shot between 40 meters and 50 meters by Jérôme Espla (Poisson Lune Production) and his team with a RED EPIC.

Becky Adlington answers swimming Q&A

Swimmer's Daily - Hós, 28/04/2016 - 23:35
Double Olympic gold medallist Becky Adlington answers a short swimming Q&A for the Big School Swim.

A School Swimming Lesson in the 1890s

Swimmer's Daily - Hós, 28/04/2016 - 23:33
Children at the Big School Swim event in Bristol find out what a school swimming lesson was like in the 1890s.

“Udlændingestyrelsen” á vitjan - Hós, 28/04/2016 - 11:36


Hósdagin tann 19 mai kemur danska útlendingastovan á vitjan. Í hesum sambandi skipar ÍSF fyri einum evnisfundi í ÍSF húsinum hóskvøldið tann 19 mai frá kl 18:00 til 19:00.


Endamálið við vitjanini er m.a. at fáa útlendingamyndugleikan nærri at brúkaranum, soleiðis at ymiskar misskiljingar og møguligir fordómar kunnu fáast av vegnum. Ein slík vitjan gevur góðan møguliga at vita, um væntanarsamsvar er ímillum partarnar, útlendingamyndugleikan og ítróttina. Á fundinum verður eisini yvirskipað greitt frá, hvussu útlendingamál verða viðgjørd.


Heilsan til Petur Elias Petersen frá Formanninum í IIGA - Hós, 28/04/2016 - 11:27



Tack för allt jobb Petur Elias


Jag vill på International Island Games Associations vägnar tacka Petur Elias Peterson för det jobb han gjort som ordförande för Färöarnas Idrottsförbund. NatWest Island Games är resultatet av många goda krafters gemensamma ansträngningar. I det arbetet har Petur Elias varit entusiastisk och viktig. Han har lett sitt Färöarna med fast hand och gott humör och hans bidrag till den internationella familjen är många och bestående.

Med anledning av att Petur Elias Petersoen nu bestämt sig för att lämna sin post som ordförande för Färöarnas Idrottsförbund vill jag tacka för den tid som varit och önska honom lycka till i framtiden.


International Island Games Association


Jörgen Pettersson


Embracing Simple Joys – Quah Zheng Wen

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:17
Despite Zheng Wen’s hectic training schedule as one of Singapore’s top swimmers, the little things in life remain close to his heart. #EmbracingSimpleJoys

Meet Our Athletes: Ryan Lochte

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:14
As part of our coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the swimmer and 11-time Olympic medalist shares why he swims, and how it feels to be on the biggest stage in sports.

Syrian athlete carries Olympic flame through Athens refugee camp

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:13
A Syrian athlete who lost part of his leg during the war has carried the Olympic flame through a refugee camp in central Athens in Greece.

100 days to the Rio Game: Open Water swimmer Richard Weinberger

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:12
Open Water Swimmer Richard Weinberger on Rio, the water and Christ the Redeemer. Is Rio ready?

Missy Franklin [USA] – Women’s 200m Backstroke | Champions of London 2012

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:09
Missy Franklin set a world record in the Women’s 200m Backstroke final as she completed a Backstroke double at London 2012.

FINA #Road ToRio – 100 Days to go!

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:08
Only 100 days left until the beginning if the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. We have already started the countdown and if you can’t wait any longer, check out the highlights from London in 2012:

Iceland swimming pool bans men from using hairdryers on their nether regions

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 23:01
You’d be forgiven for assuming that the hairdryers in male changing rooms were rarely used. But it seems that men in swimming pool locker rooms are taking advantage of the facilities – and not just on their heads. Instead, in a bizarre new habit, they’re using communal hairdryers on their nether regions. Now one Icelandic [...]

Watch Michael Phelps interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer

Swimmer's Daily - Mik, 27/04/2016 - 22:47
Michael Phelps discussed his recent dark times following his 2014 DUI arrest and more in a sitdown interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer. Phelps, training for his potential fifth Olympics after a 20-month competitive retirement following London 2012, served a six-month suspension last year following his arrest. He details the downward spiral that culminated in a [...]


Swimmer's Daily - Týs, 26/04/2016 - 17:07
A gifted swimmer, 9 year old Amber Thomas was diagnosed with brain cancer which took her sight. She would later relay swim across the English Channel, the first blind woman to attempt this in history.
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