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Blog guest: Mladen Tepavcevic

Mladen Tepavčević, a finalist of the world and European aquatics championships, former Olympic swimmer for the national team of Serbia. Mladen competed at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, in the 100m breaststroke, and qualified for the 2008 Olympic Games with the 1:02.80. In the 2003 World Championship in Barcelona, Mladen Tepavčević achieved the best success when he qualified for the finals in 50m breaststroke where he made the national Serbian record with 28.10. He participated in the 2005 World Championship. Today, as a swimming coach in the club Sundfelag Hafnarfjardar- SH and National Swimming Team of Iceland, he reveals for the Swimming Dad as a #Blog guest, whether he has succeeded i

Blog gost: Mladen Tepavčević

Mladen Tepavčević, finalista svetskih i evropskih plivačkih prvenstava, bivši olimpijac Srbije. Mladen je učestvovao na Olimpijskim igrama u Atini 2004. godine gde je plivao 100m prsno, kvalifikovao se i za Olimpijske igre 2008, sa 1:02.80. Na Svetskom prvenstvu u Barseloni 2003, Tepavčević je postigao najveći uspeh, kada se plasirao u finale discipline 50 metara prsno gde je izjednačio nacionalni rekord Srbije sa 28.10. Bio je i učesnik na Svetskom prvenstvu 2005. Danas kao plivački trener u klubu Sundfelag Hafnarfjardar- SH i trener plivačke reprezentacije Islanda, za Swimming Dad kao #Blog gost, otkriva da li je uspeo da neguje svoje sportske potrebe od kada je troduplo tata, kao i da li

7 tips: How to deal with your children under the age of 2 at the World Swim Championship

When children come, parents usually start neglecting themselves, their partner, friends, family, and their need for a social or sports lifestyle. Why? Because of new responsibilities, poor organisation, and lack of sleep… There is always a reason and the lack of time. It might sound “selfish”, but don’t children come into our life? It’s not only us who need to adjust to them, but they should also adjust to us. A wise old saying goes, “a happy mother means a happy child”. Well, this also applies to daddies, i.e. all parents. This is why I had no second thoughts when buying the tickets for the World Swim Championships (Budapest, July 2017). At that point the kids were: little shark two years o

7 saveta: Kako sa decom do 2 godine na Svetsko prvenstvo u plivanju

Kada dođu deca, roditelji često zapostave sebe, partnera, prijatelje, familiju, svoje potrebe za društvenim, sportskim životom. Zašto? Zbog novih obaveza, neorganizovanosti, neispavanosti… Razloga i manjka vremena je uvek. Možda će zvučati “sebično”, ali zar deca nisu došla u naš život. Ne treba samo da se mi njima prilagodimo, već i oni nama. Kako znaju babe da kažu “kad je srećna i zadovoljna mama, srećno je i dete”. E pa to važi i za tate, tj. sve roditelje. Zato sam bez razmišljanja kupio karte za Svestko prvenstvo u plivanju za celu porodicu (Budimpešta jul 2017). Klinci moji su tada napunili: ajkulica tek dve godine, dok je ribica imala svega 9 meseci (još je sisala). Prvi put sam Svet

Goggles: 5 mistakes when putting them on

Goggles are the essential part of the swimming equipment. However, kids tend to lose them all the time, or forget to bring them to the training. But when they do have them, if a coach or someone older doesn’t put them on, they usually wear them in the wrong way. There’s a similar story with wearing the swim caps. Even though goggles have a very simple design and are age and purpose appropriate (whether they are being used recreationally or professionally), kids wear them in many different and very interesting “styles”. 5 wrong ways of wearing your goggles: 1. Slippery slope: Kids often put the elastic band very low on their necks and they look as if they will almost slip down. 2. Mumps: Simi

Naočare za plivanje: 5 grešaka prilikom stavljanja

Naočare za plivanje su gotovo nezaobilazni plivački rekvizit. Mada ih deca stalno gube, ili zaborave da ih ponesu na trening, ali zato kada ih imaju sa sobom, ukoliko im trener ili stariji plivač ne stavi, onda uglavnom naočare za plivanje stave na pogrešan način. Slična priča kao i sa kapama za plivanje. Zato iako su naočare za pilvanje jednostavnog dizajna i prilagođene uzrastu, kao i da li se koriste u profesionalnu svrhu ili za rekreaciju, uglavnom kod dece viđamo različite «stilove» nošenja. 5 pogrešnih načina stavljanja naočara za plivanje: 1. Spadalo: Deca često gumu plivačkih naočara stave skroz nisko na vrat, kao da će im svakog trenutka spasti. 2. Zauške: Sličan stil nošenja naočar

Swim cap: 5 mistakes when putting it on

Who knows how to put on the swim cap? Most of my “little” swimmers raise their hands, smile and shout all together: me, me, me, me… and they proudly show me. Then I repeat my question: Do you know how to PROPERLY put on your swim cap? They are all silent, with an odd hand raised saying: I know. The others are confused and are looking at each other. It often happens that kids are in a rush to put on their swim caps before the swimming class. They don’t pay attention which part goes back and which one to the front, or their parents just put them on so at least they are wearing it. There are also those who constantly wear their caps incorrectly, convinced that it’s the right way. Almost nobody

Kapa za plivanje: 5 grešaka prilikom stavljanja

Ko zna da stavi kapu za plivanje? Na to pitanje, odgovor od mojih «malih» plivača uz veliki osmeh, dok su svi digli ruke i u glas viknuli: ja ja ja ja ... i sa ponosom mi pokazivali. Ponovio sam pitanje: Da li znate da stavite pravilno kapu za plivanje? Na taj odgovor nastao je tajac, po koja stidljiva ruka je rekla: da ja znam... Dok su se ostali međusobno zgledali, o čemu to pričam. Često se dešava da pred sam čas plivanja, deca žure da stave kapu za plivanje, pa ni ne gledaju šta je, šta nazad ili kasne, pa im roditelji tek tako samo navuku da bi je imali na glavi... Ima i onih koji stavljaju konstantno pogrešno kapu za plivanje, ubeđeni da je to pravi način. Retko ko ih zaustavi i pokaže

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