Thursday, July 15, 2010

In Brief… Lost Posts Edition

Ok, so I’m just gonna do this like a quick news brief of posts worth saving: Try to read it all in one breath!

Cincinnati Wakeboarding Team Sets Guinness World Record – The Wake Nation Cincinnati Team recently set a Guinness World Record for the greatest distance traveled on a wakeboard in 24 hours by a team. The 10 member team covered 506.8 miles by doing 1,448 labs around Wake Nation

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

In Brief…

> Gary Hunt is 2 for 2 in 2010 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series
> Tuesday Tweet: May the best taco win Garrett Weber-Gale
> 2010 Chesapeake Bay Swim Wrap Up Rob Aquatics
> Photos of Chloe Sutton and Kate Ziegler at the ’2010 Swim Meet of Champions!’ SCAQ Blog
> Jeff Commings Discusses “Odd Man Out: An Autobiography” The Morning Swim Show
> Resistance Training For Distance Athletes Swimming Science
> Expedition Great White National Geographic Channel
> Keeping Ducks And Birds Out Of Your Pool Swim University

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

In Brief…

> Green and Gold Tomato Soup Garrett Weber-Gale
> Learning the Underwater Dolphin GoSwim.TV
> Don’t Judge What You Can’t See Woody’s Diving Blog
> A new wave of young swimmers emerges in China Universal Sports
> Speedo Pledges Support to World Swim Against Malaria Swimming World Magazine
> Michael Alexandrov: Urban Training Gold Medal Mel
> An Affordable Video System SwimmingWorld.TV
> Warm-down: Why it

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

In Brief…

> London 2012 Bubble Cloud Will Erupt With “Gusts Of Digital Data” SCAQ Blog
> Tuesday Tweet of the Week: McDonalds and Health? Garrett Weber-Gale
> Dara Torres, Brand New Knee, Ready for a Chance at 2012 The Swimmers Circle
> How salty is your sweat? A home test kit Sweat Science
> Breaking Down The IM Swimming Workout Wizard
> Aussie Whiz Kid Upsets World Champion Swimming World
> Geoff Huegill (24.02) at the Telstra Commonwealth Games Trials! SCAQ Blog
> Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Gaelic Storm Radio on Pandora

Monday, March 15, 2010

A Fun Monday Blog Post With Garrett Weber-Gale Underwater Bike Photos

garrett weber-gale underwater bike

Check out this fun blog post on Food & Water by Garrett Weber-Gale! Garrett does underwater bike tricks as a fun way to train for respiratory endurance. It looks like a lot of fun if your aquatics director will let you put a bike in the pool. Training your lungs can be tedious and difficult unless you find a fun way to distract yourself.

I’ve heard of teams playing underwater hockey, pretending to be mermaids, or hosting an epic game of sharks and minnows in the diving well – but underwater bikes looks like a lot of fun! Visit Food & Water by Garrett Weber-Gale for the rest of the photos.

underwater bike

A Google Image search shows that underwater biking is nothing new to SCUBA divers. In fact, there is even a world record for underwater biking. Italy

Monday, January 4, 2010

In Brief…

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> Rob Aquatics Masters Swim Calendar Rob Aquatics
> Photoshop rendition of Michelangelo’s Pieta is a tech-suit allegory! SCAQ Blog
> Maly scores an awesome interview with Michael Phelps Dublincat LiveJournal via SCAQ Blog
> Star Trek Wetsuits For Exploring the Deep Side of the Pool the17thman
> Natalie Coughlin Chosen As Judge For

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Eamon Sullivan And Garrett Weber-Gale: Dual In The Kitchen

Eamon Sullivan and Garrett Weber-Gale cooking

I agree with the17thman – in a recent blog post, he suggested that Australian Swimming Champion and Celebrity MasterChef semi-finalist Eamon Sullivan should take on USA Olympic Gold Medalist and Athletic Foodie Garrett Weber-Gale in a Dual In The Kitchen.

Sullivan boasts a mastery of savory dishes, while Weber-Gale specializes in a lighter, Mediterranean menu. Both stars can be seen cooking on television: Sullivan obviously on Australian Celebrity MasterChef, while Weber-Gale has filmed 13 one-minute episodes of his own cooking tips show “Athletic Foodie.”

They could combine their cooking event with a dual in the pool. Eamon (47.32) would edge Garrett (47.78) in the 100m Free, but would be out-touched in the 50m (Sullivan 21.65, Weber-Gale 21.47). These times are based on Wikipedia entries, but the bottom line is that it would be a pretty even match-up.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

In Brief…

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> Can Overtraining Stunt Growth? Swimming World Magazine
> Stephanie Rice Hooks Up With Nick D’Arcy the17thman
> The eternal science-coach-athlete conflict The Science of Sport
> Michael Phelps’ Mercedes SL63 AMG the17thman
> found via Rob Aquatics
> GWG Does Duck At Daniel Garrett Weber-Gale
> Bear Gets $25k Pool In 48 Hours, Lifts Spirits CFNews 13
> Phelps: I

Thursday, September 24, 2009

In Brief…

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> Swim advice, tips, “Joeisms” and other half truths Swimmer Joe’s Blog
> Lifeguard tackles suspected purse thief TCPalm
> Masters Swimmers Hope Suit Issue Settled Soon Reach For The Wall
> Van Den Hoogheband ambassador for Laureus World Sports Academy
> Universal Sports Spotlight: Tania Cagnotto Universal Sports
> Bigger Dives, More Rituals And Superstitions I Heart Diving
> Masters Swimmers Take on the NYC Pro Swim
> How to Turn Disappointment into Positive Outlook Garrett Weber-Gale

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Garrett Weber-Gale Getting His Feet Wet As Career Foodie

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Image credit Angela Peterson for

An article by the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel Online titled Looking beyond swimming career, Olympian Weber-Gale has 5-year plan for fame in food talks about Garrett’s training in the kitchen on his road to becoming a foodie icon.

With the passion of an Olympic athlete, Garrett has already been training hard, and taking risks – spending weeks in an Italian kitchen, and already making appearances in episodes of Wisconsin Foodie.

garrett weber-gale athletic foodie

The photos from show Garrett on the set filming 13 one-minute episodes of “Athletic Foodies” which will begin airing Oct. 13 on WDJT-TV.

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