Swimming front crawl is a great low-impact workout for the whole body. Here are the key muscles it particularly targets
This front crawl swim session will help you develop your stroke length and cadence, to suit every race and weather conditions
John Wood explains how to stop overgliding in front crawl
Taking part in Swimathon 2018? Stay the course with these 5 tips from Olympic open-water swimmer Keri-anne Payne
Worried about encountering jellyfish when swimming and getting stung? Here's a guide from Richard Harrington of the Marine Conservation Society to 6 of the most common
There are a wide range of factors that can cause different kinds of currents. These include wind, tidal movement, river and estuarine flow…and of course, the most commonly talked about, rip currents. Swim England has this advice
GB's Jess Learmonth is one of the fastest female swimmers on the ITU circuit. Here she talks about her swim training and shares some advice for age-groupers - over to you Jess...
Listening to music and pacing your swim sessions can help pass the time and improve your efficiency in the water. Jack Sexty tests the latest waterproof gear
A good pair of pool goggles are an essential part of a triathlete's kit. We review 10 of the best pool goggles, priced from £18 to almost £50
If you want to stay swimming into winter, a collection of thermal products is essential. But which are best? Matt Baird and Helen Webster test a selection
Wondering how do you know a wetsuit fits properly, especially when buying in a shop with no water, when you should you upgrade? Here's Emma-Kate Lidbury with the answers
There are a couple of differences between pool and open-water goggles, depending on which you choose. We explain the differences and they key things to look for when choosing yours
Is this two-piece wetsuit set to make a major splash? Matt Baird puts it through its paces to find out if two-piece wetsuits are the future
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