This webinar covers everything you need to know about swimming performance tests. From the test (protocol) itself, to the results and application.

Alexander Törpel (Head of Diagnostics – German Swimming Federation) talks about the application of test results in training. You’ll get unique insights into the (longitudinal) development of performance metrics, of 2 Professional National swimmers.


  • Swim Test Methodology and Protocols.
  • Test Results: Swim Performance Determinants.
  • Case Study of 2 Professional National Swimmers


Dr. Alexander Törpel, PhD

Alexander Törpel

Head of Diagnostics –
German Swimming Federation
Sebastian Weber

Sebastian Weber

Founder of INSCYD



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