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Learn How To Harness Your Failure With Swiftwick Athlete Vanessa Faye Foerster

by Emma Thimmig June 14, 2021 1 min read

How do you deal with failure in your athletic pursuits? Mental Endurance Coach and Swiftwick Athlete Vanessa Faye Foerster gave us her best tips on harnessing failure. Try her ideas the next time you come up against a challenge or a setback in your training process.

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Two Organizations Working To Get Middle Tennessee Youth Outside

by Emma Thimmig April 19, 2021 1 min read

This Earth Day, we’re celebrating two organizations near and dear to us here in Middle Tennessee that are making a big difference in under-served communities through nature. Get to know them!
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3 Tips For First Time Triathletes from Swiftwick Athlete Pedro Gomes

by Emma Thimmig April 08, 2021 1 min read

Are you an avid runner or cyclist looking to break into the triathlon sphere? We asked Swiftwick athlete and professional triathlete, Pedro Gomes, shares his tips for first time triathletes. Here are his top three suggestions to get you going!
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Reducing Our Environmental Impact, One Sock At A Time

by Emma Thimmig October 09, 2020 0 min read

At Swiftwick, we’re committed to minimizing our impact on our environment. We realize the importance of preserving our natural world for generations of adventurers to come, that’s why when you choose Swiftwick socks, you choose durable, sustainably-made products designed to last. Read on to learn more about our sustainability efforts.
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Meet Swiftwick Athlete Amanda Foland

by Rebecca Henson September 17, 2018 3 min read

We recently shot our technologically advanced FLITE XT™ cross-training socks with Swiftwick athlete and fitness guru Amanda Foland. When she's not filming and shooting her best fitness moves with us, she's a personal trainer with a degree in exercise science. She is strong, motivated and also really fun. Discover her best-kept fitness secrets.

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Hillary Allen on the Road to Recovery

by Adrian Montgomery March 06, 2018 2 min read

During a race in Tromsø, Norway, Hillary took a misstep along a precipitous section of ridge line trail. She stumbled and fell one hundred fifty feet down the rugged mountainside seriously injuring herself and changing the trajectory of her running career.
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