Swimming the Phelps Way

Do you want to be like the guy who already has 14 gold medals at the Athens and Beijing Olympics, and probably more to come at the 2012 London Games? The guy who’s been nicknamed The Human Dolphin, Sharkboy, Baltimore Torpedo, Aquaman, Hottie McHotster, etc.? The greatest swimmer in the world today, and perhaps the […]

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Greg Louganis The Olympic Diving God

Before the Chinese dominance in diving, there was Gregory Greg Efthimios Louganis, considered by sportswriters and fans as the greatest diver of all time. Back in the 1980s when almost everything was into neon and ridiculous clothes and hair styles, Louganis ruled the platform and the springboard. No other divers could perform acrobatics while falling […]

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Michael Phelps The Greatest Olympian Ever

He has 38 national titles as of 2007 (15 records currently stand), 32 world records (7 records currently stand), 14 World Championship gold medals, and 8 Pan Pacific Championships gold medals. He was named the American Swimmer of the Year from 2001-2007 (and very likely, 2008) and the World Swimmer of the Year in 2003, […]

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Mark Spitz The Olympic Pool Shark

Swimming isn’t everything, winning is. Life is true to form; records are meant to be broken. I swam my brains out. I just tried to keep my cool and continue with my race plan: to win. I’m trying to do the best I can. I’m not concerned with tomorrow, but with what goes on today. […]

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How to Improve Your Forehand

Playing tennis is a great way to stay in shape, but it can also be frustrating if you tend to commit the same mistakes when it comes to your tennis strokes. Mistakes happen often and it is best that these should be remedied. If you find yourself hitting the forehand too long, here are some […]

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