Swim Training With Apple Watch

Swim Training With Apple Watch

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the most water-compatible Apple Watch yet and, for swimmers, that’s awesome. It’s fitness tracking features are some of the best available, and the software is simply outstanding. We recently found a great article at Cult of Mac...
AIDA Pool Freediving World Championships

AIDA Pool Freediving World Championships

The Association Internationale pour le Développement de l’Apnée (AIDA) is a worldwide rule- and record-keeping body for competitive breath holding events. It aims to set standards for safety, comparability of Official World Record attempts, and freedive...
The Saildrone Revolution

The Saildrone Revolution

For ten years, from 1999 to 2009, Saildrone founder Richard Jenkins lived in his van and worked in attempt to build a land-sailing vehicle that would beat the existing world speed record 116.7 mph. At the end of that period, the design that he had spent years...
The New Wave of Swim Classes

The New Wave of Swim Classes

Using new understanding of childhood development and new teaching techniques, swimming instructors are able to teach kids to swim at younger ages than ever. This extends from teaching infants to float and hold their breath underwater, to teaching kids to swim faster...
Possibly The Funnest Thing On Water

Possibly The Funnest Thing On Water

A little off topic, but we saw this the other day and had to share. Could this possibly be the funnest thing on water? Get Video Analytics Click here to get you and your swimmers the most comprehensive underwater-video coaching tool available. Your journey to video...
Working With The Fitter & Faster Swim Tour

Working With The Fitter & Faster Swim Tour

Argo Swim Video has been working recently with two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton and other champion swimmers to provide high-quality footage for the online video training series of the Fitter & Faster Swim Tour. Check out the video below for crystal-clear, smooth...
Jeremy Linn On What It Means To Win

Jeremy Linn On What It Means To Win

Imagine yourself at the 1996 Olympics, in the water, swimming the final lap of the 100-meter breaststroke. This is the only time in your life that you will ever have to make it count like this. You’re completely tuned in to everything around you, and a few...
The Swimming Revolution, Televised

The Swimming Revolution, Televised

For decades, while most sports have been able to steadily increase engagement with audiences through video, swimming has lagged behind. With the recent availability of low-cost, internet-connected cameras, swimming has begin to take advantage of the benefits of video....

What’s New: Our Blog

With this post, we’re adding a blog to our site where we’ll share news, recent events, tips, and article links. We’re looking forward to developing it further over the coming weeks and months. Stay tuned!
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