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USA Swimming legend Brendan Hansen joins the Social Kick Podcast!. With multiple Olympic gold medals, world records, and a prestigious career both in and out of the pool, Brendan shares his insights on preparing for the 2024 US Olympic Swimming Trials. From his memorable rivalry with fellow swimmers to the electrifying atmosphere of major swimming …
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n this episode of the Social Kick Podcast, we sit down with Markus Marthaler, a former professional swimmer from Switzerland who has competed at both national and international levels. Markus has transitioned into the world of Ironman competitions and is now taking on a challenge that has never been completed: swimming from Tobago to Trinidad. Join…
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In this episode of Social Kick, we sit down with University of Texas swimming sensation Emma Sticklen. A two-time NCAA champion in the 200 fly, Emma shares her incredible journey in swimming, the challenges she faces, and her aspirations for the future. Join us as we dive deep into her training routines, her thoughts on competing at the highest lev…
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Emma Weyant, 2020 400 IM Olympic Silver Medalist and University of Florida standout joins the conversation. Emma shares her training regimen, experiences at the recent 2024 NCAA Swimming Championships, and preparations to qualify for her second Olympic team. Learn about her dynamic training environment alongside fellow champions like Bella Sims and…
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Anna Peplowski, a formidable middle-distance swimmer, has been dominating the Big Ten conference representing The University of Indiana, and is on the brink of national glory, recently boasting silver and bronze medals in the 200m and 500m freestyle events at the 2024 NCAA Swimming Championships. Join us as Anna shares her remarkable journey, inclu…
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University of Virginia's standout athlete Jack Aikins and their highly rated recruit Maximus Williamson join us as we unpack the thrilling 2024 NCAA Swimming Results We delve into their rigorous training routines, and explore the unique journeys that brought them to UVA. Maximus opens up about his recruiting experience and sheds light on why he ult…
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Anastasia Pagonis shares her incredible journey from breaking world records to overcoming setbacks. At just 19 years old, Anastasia's accomplishments speak volumes— from clinching gold at the 2020 Paralympics to dominating at the 2022 Worlds, she's a force to be reckoned with. However, her path hasn't been without challenges, including a year-long …
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Join us for an inspiring conversation with Ukrainian Swimming World Champion Vladyslav Bukhov, as he shares his remarkable journey from his home and training base in war-torn Kyiv. A world Junior Champion and Tokyo Olympics semi-finalist, Vlad recently stunned the world with a close victory in the 50 free at the 2024 World Championships in Doha, cl…
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Canadian World Champion Finlay Knox! 🏊‍♂️ In this episode, we unravel Finlay's incredible journey to becoming a Pan Am and World Champion in the 200 Individual Medley, all while discussing the impact of his move to Vancouver and training under Scott Talbot. Discover the secrets behind Finlay's triumphant world championship win from lane 7, where he…
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We sit down with University of Virginia's elite swimmers, NCAA champions Ella Nelson and Aimee Canny. In this captivating episode, we explore the unparalleled success of the UVA women’s swimming and diving team, dissecting their strategies, training regimens, and the team dynamics that have propelled them to the top. Join us as we delve into the ex…
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We sit down with American Olympic medalist, World Champion, and Double World Record Holder, Kieran Smith. Join us in this exclusive episode where we explore Kieran's rigorous training regimen, his insights on mastering the 200-meter and 400-meter freestyle races, and the dynamic training environment at the University of Florida. Plus, discover Kier…
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Canadian Swimming World Champion and Olympic bronze medalist, Brent Hayden, shares his incredible journey, from standing on the podium at the 2012 London Olympics to making a triumphant comeback after a 7-year hiatus. Hear firsthand about his remarkable achievement of becoming the oldest swimmer to break the 48-second barrier in the 100m freestyle …
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We sit down with Herbie Behm, Associate Head Coach at Arizona State. Alongside Bob Bowman, Herbie plays a pivotal role in shaping the burgeoning juggernaut that is ASU Swimming. Focusing primarily on the sprinters, Herbie brings a wealth of experience, having been a sprinter himself during his time at ASU. Of course, we get into some examples of th…
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Dive into the world of American swimming sensation Erin Gemmell as she sits down with Social Kick to share her inspiring journey! In this exclusive podcast, Erin, an American Record holder, takes us through her experiences with collegiate recruiting and her exciting first year at the University of Texas. Erin candidly discusses the areas she's work…
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Dive into the inspiring story of Zalan Sarkany, the Hungarian distance swimmer making waves under the legendary coaching of Bob Bowman at Arizona State University! 🌊🔥 In this exclusive podcast, Zalan shares his incredible journey of transformation, from qualifying for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games in the 1500m freestyle to dropping remarkable times …
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Join us for an exciting episode as Social Kick sits down with two powerhouses from the University of Louisville Women’s Swim Team – Gabi Albiero and Christiana Regenauer! 🏅💪 In this enlightening podcast, we explore the remarkable progress and goals of the team, offering an exclusive peek into the world of collegiate swimming. Gabi Albiero, an All-A…
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Embark on a riveting journey with Coach Elliot Ptasnik and 50m Butterfly World Record Holder, Andrii Govoroz, as they dive into the intricacies of their partnership and preparation for the 2024 World Championships in Doha. Currently training in Charlotte at the Division 2 powerhouse, Queens University, Coach Elliot shares insights into the delicate…
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🏊‍♂️ Welcome to our latest podcast episode featuring an exclusive interview with two rising stars from the University of Tennessee swim team - Austrian 200 butterfly specialist, Martin Espernberger, and Brazilian freestyle sprinter, Gui Santos Caribe. 🌟 As these sophomore swimmers gear up for the SECs and NCAAs, they're also navigating the exciting…
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🏊‍♂️ Step into the fast-paced world of sprinting with our latest podcast episode featuring none other than the legendary Florent Manaudou. At 33 years old and gearing up for his 4th Olympic Games, this French sensation is a force to be reckoned with in the 50 freestyle. 🥇 Join us as Flo takes us on a journey through his extraordinary swimming caree…
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🏊‍♀️ Dive deep into the fascinating world of competitive swimming with our latest podcast episode featuring Kelly Pash, a remarkable fifth-year senior at The University of Texas at Austin and a key member of the U.S. National Team. Kelly's journey is nothing short of inspiring as she shares her experiences, triumphs, and challenges in the pool. 🦋 J…
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Dive into the fascinating world of Russian butterfly sensation, Andrei Minakov! 🦋 As an NCAA champion and current Stanford University swimmer, Andrei shares his journey into the sport, offering insights into the unique world of swimming in Russia. Join us as he discusses his experiences, the challenges he's overcome, and his perspective on Russians…
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Dive into the world of lightning-speed swims with Jack Alexy, currently hailed as the fastest American swim sprinter! In this exclusive video, witness the incredible feats and achievements that have crowned Jack as a powerhouse in the swimming world. 🥇 Unleashing Speed and Skill Join us as we explore Jack's unparalleled sprinting prowess, breaking …
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Lydia Jacoby shocked the swimming world by winning the 100 breaststroke at the 2020 Olympics. This win cemented her as one of the most interesting American swimmers, but how well do you know Lydia Jacoby? From humble beginnings in Alaska, where she was part of a folk band, Lydia now attends the University of Texas in Austin and continuing her succe…
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How Dare you doubt him! Dare Rose has arrived. Summer 2023 was a breakout year for Dare Rose. The New Jersey native and Cal Bear stud saw his window of opportunity at the US Trials and secured his first spot on the top team for USA. T hen he turned up to the World Championships and with the calm resolve of a seasoned veteran, put together a consist…
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We hear about the influence of data and science in sports every day. You can’t watch an NFL game without hearing “the analytics say this is the right decision.” So it should come as no surprise that the world’s best swimmers work with experts to find speed anywhere possible. Enter Nick Smith and the field of “movement science.” He’s worked with Cam…
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Olympic silver medalist and perennial Team USA member Rhyan White decided to shake things up going into 2024 by leaving Alabama and joining the Wolfpack Pro squad at NC State alongside NCAA champion and World Championship gold medalist Katherine Berkoff and rising NC State star Kennedy Noble. Together forming arguably the best backstroke group in t…
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Men’s distance swimming is having a moment, and Irish super swimmer Daniel Wiffen ( @WiffenTwins ) is one of the key players making the long races as exciting as ever. 2022 Commonwealth Games silver in the 1500 followed by matching 4th place finished in the 800 and 1500 at 2023 Worlds, Daniel Wiffen keeps delivering higher finishes and faster times…
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Ask yourself - would you move across the country as a young teenager to pursue your dream? World Championship team member Claire Weinstein did, as she moved from New York to Las Vegas to join the guru of coaching high schoolers, Ron Aitken and the Sandpipers of Nevada. Training alongside other standout swimmers like World Championship silver medali…
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Raise your hand if you want to swim a mile breaststroke. Any takers? If so, you are in good company with World Championship Bronze Medalist Matt Fallon saying he would add that event to his program. While secrets abound about how Matt Fallon trains, off the grid relative to most of his Team USA teammates as he trains at University of Pennsylvania, …
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If you don’t know his name yet, you will soon. Ilya Kharun just started college and is already a 4th place finisher at the World Championships, and now he is joining forces with Bob Bowman, the mastermind behind current World Champions Léon Marchand and Hubert Kós. How is Ilya Kharun so fast at this young age? Well, his parents were Cirque du Solei…
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Swimming needs a little personality and World Championship medalist Katharine Berkoff is happy to provide it. With arguably the funniest walkout video at Worlds, Katherine Berkoff likely distracted a few competitors from what they should be focusing on - her ridiculous backstroke speed. With a lineage of underwater prowess, her infamous dad David B…
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Get strong. Sprint a lot. Go fast. World Champion Swimmer Cameron McEvoy joins the show to tell us how he did it. How he came back from retirement and previously being known more for his 100 free to drop a 21.0 and win the title world’s fastest man. This one gets pretty sprint nerdy as Cameron “The Professor” McEvoy takes us to school on how he tra…
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Never stop learning. Be a good person. Have fun. Sometimes improvement and excellence are born from the simplest actions. Josh Huger, coach of World Champions and Olympic Medalists, exemplifies these core tenets of coaching greatness which has led him to the next stop on his impressive coaching journey, as the new Associate Head Coach for the Cal B…
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The respect and admiration of your peers means more to many athletes than athletic accolades. How you show up matters more than what you achieve. But then there are those rare athletes who have both the HOW and the WHAT, like Natalie Hinds. Natalie Hinds is an Olympian and TeamUSA captain. Having had great success as a college swimmer at Florida, s…
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Self-proclaimed CEO of Swimming Twitter and Intern at Swimming Youtube, Kyle Sockwell (@Sockwell) has become a star as a swimming content creator on the socials. Before his time speaking truths to the swimming community about all the currently relevant topics of the day in swimming, he was a breaststroker and IMer at ASU, while also side hustling t…
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Australian Olympian and World Champion Isaac Cooper does things differently. Having tried a typical training program for swimmers, Isaac Cooper realized the norm is not for him. He doesn't keep up with results and happenings in swimming. He doesn't know the names of many of his competitors or the elite swimmers in the world today. He just likes to …
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Olympic Champion and Team USA legend Nathan Adrian returns! Life looks different than the last time Nathan Adrian joined us on Social Kick. Nathan Adrian is an entrepreneur, managing a pool and swim lessons business, while also serving as an ambassador for several brands he trusts in the swimming space. Nathan shares with us some ways he's incorpor…
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Abbey Weitzeil. American phenom. Olympian and American Record holder while she was in HIGH SCHOOL! Baller. Goes to Cal. Racks up points for the Bears. Wins an NCAA title. Then makes another Olympic team. That’s a hell of a resume. But she’s back for more after a down year where she missed the USA World Championship team. In 2023 she destroyed the f…
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She’s the type of person who says “Yo!” in a text message when you’ve never met her. That’s Olympic Gold Medalist and many time World Champ and medalist Olivia Smoliga, who sat down with us for the 2nd time recently to talk swimming and tell us about her life training at Arizona State, things she’s working on as a 6ft 2in tall elite backstroker & f…
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It’s World Championship hunting season for 50 backstroke World Record holder Hunter Armstrong. The aptly named backstroke and freestyle specialist, Hunter Armstrong, has continued to elevate his strengths and once again enters this championship season as a legit contender for multiple world titles. On the back of a strong Pro Series season where he…
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The Cal Bears rolled through NCAA Swimming Championships once again this year and we caught up with two of their biggest point scorers, 200 backstroke champion Destin Lasco and the 2022 400 IM champ Hugo Gonzalez. Life is changing a bit for the training partners, as Hugo Gonzalez has finished his collegiate eligibility and will now split time betwe…
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At some point in time, the great swimmers cease competing against the field and ascend to a level where their performances are works of art, solely focused on what they can make their bodies do in the water. At 2023 NCAAs, we witnessed the transcendence of Gretchen Walsh. She became the fastest 100 yard backstroker ever, by a wide margin, with her …
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2nd Annual Men’s NCAA Championship Recap Show featuring Gabriel Jett (Cal), Brendan Burns (Indiana), and Hubert Kós (Arizona State). The dust settled after Cal’s successful title defense in the storied Minnesota pool, and some of the highest point scorers in the NCAA sat down for a cross-team chat about the meet and about college swimming. They dis…
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Most good swimmers get asked the same questions: How tall are your parents? Do you play basketball/volleyball? Were your parents athletes? In Trenton Julian’s case, he has quite the validating answer: yes, my parents were both world-class swimmers. His mom Kristine (Quance) Julian was one of the best swimmers in the world in the 90s, a multi time O…
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No one has ever repeated as Olympic champion in the 200 free. Will Tom Dean be the first? Even if Ariarne Titmus defends her title, the men’s 200 final happens before the women’s. To accomplish a feat not even the likes of greats like Ian Thorpe, Katie Ledecky, nor Michael Phelps has done, Tom Dean will need to fend off some serious challengers lik…
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On the heels of the best season of his career, World and Commonwealth 50m Freestyle swim champ Ben Proud is getting his mind and body right for the next 18 months before the push to Paris. What better place to do that than immersed in the ohana of Hawaii, with Aloha Aquatica sprint guru Elliot Ptasnik? Ben, Elliot, and 2x Olympic Champ Anthony Ervi…
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In the mid 2000s, Olympic Swimming Champion Roland Schoeman was on top of his game, winning several world titles, breaking world records, and being the first person to legitimately scare the iconic 50m freestyle world record of the great Alexander Popov. Roland Schoeman made a lengthy career as an elite sprinter, and changed the game for many other…
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Olympian and World Championship Silver Medalist Backstoker Phoebe Bacon is after those marginal gains to win medals as one of the world’s best backstrokers. Phoebe Bacon represented the USA at the Tokyo Olympics, finishing 5th in the 200 backstroke, then turned around the next year and nearly won a World Championship title in the same event but was…
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Not many swimmers, or athletes for that matter, are willing to speak their mind publicly. Olympic Champion Lilly King, however, has generated headlines for years, and not just based on her insane resume of swimming accomplishments as one of the best breaststrokers of all time. Lilly has spoken openly against performance-enhancing drugs and competit…
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In the late 90s and 2000s, the road to an NCAA title went through Auburn. From 2003-2007, Auburn men and women won 9 out of 10 possible team championships. While that dominant era seems like the distant past, this year’s team, led by Aidan and Nate Stoffle, is out to prove Auburn is headed back to the promised land - ahead of schedule. Enter Ryan W…
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