Y’all. I fancy myself a decent swimmer. Ok…an adequate swimmer…I’m an adult triathlete who wasn’t a trained youth swimmer. Getting around buoys and making the cutoff time officially makes me “adequate,” right? I’ve been doing triathlons since (gulp) 2002 and back in the day, it was common for me to come out of the water […]
We’ve always been about having a great time, while posting great times and here’s another opportunity to do both!
Who: You and anyone who wants to get up on the blocks and race you.
What: Racing. You pick your poison; afterwards […]
Congratulations to our US Masters Swimmer, Judy Pusch, on your age group win at the Alcatraz SharkFest Open Water Swim! Wait. What? She swam from Alcatraz to San Francisco without a wetsuit? Heck yes, she did!
Way to bring home that bottle of wine. Well deserved!
Freestyle Breathing Technique: Is My Breath Late, Or is it Slow?
By: Coach Chris Coghill
Breathing is often one of the most difficult aspects of swimming technique to master. Swimming is unique in athletics because our face spends the majority of time in the water, meaning there is […]
It’s hard to believe it was just one short year ago that our Austin Aquatics and Sports Academy team was developed and this year we celebrate victories and finish lines of all kinds! In the last year, we’ve had new triathletes tackle their very first races and veteran triathletes qualify for championship races around the […]
Not Missing the Boat: My First Trip to Masters Nationals
By: Emily Erington
Last month I got on a plane to Greensboro, NC to compete at the 2016 USMS Spring National Championships.
Coach Nate sent us with specific instructions to “take it all in and have fun.” That being understood, I still went […]