An analysis of the race strategies for every 100-LCM and 200-LCM event from select competitions between 2010 and 2019 for both Female and Male swimmers.
An analysis of the race strategies for every 100-SCY and 200-SCY event from the 2010 - 2019 NCAA D1 Swimming Championships, both Female and Male.
An outline of the framework and math that makes up the MeenaMethod.
A decision tree that identifies categories for sports that are scored with similar statistical methodologies.
An introduction to the MeenaMethod in the form of a comparison against the scoring methodologies used by the NCAA and FINA for swimming performances.
A numerical example of how, under select circumstances, better does not always mean faster, or farther, or heavier.
Statistical proof that Caeleb Dressel dominated the 2016 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships.
An analysis of the 1500 LCM races for Sun Yang and Ryan Cochrane at the 2012 Olympics and 2013 World Championships.
A relative look at who benefited the most from the “fast suit” era in swimming.
Like an airplane on autopilot, Michael Phelps knows his formula for success in the 100 LCM butterfly.
An analysis of the race strategies for every 100-SCY and 200-SCY event from the 2010 - 2014 NCAA D1 Swimming Championships, both Female and Male.
An opinion piece on the importance of allowing professional hockey players to continue their participation in the Olympics.
Metric Sports (i.e. those measured in distance, time, or weight) are perfect for statistical analysis, and swimming is no exception. This is an intro piece to present a new, relative, window for which Metric Sports can be viewed.