Great Coaching Opportunity at YMCA of Central Florida to Build World Class Program with Rowdy Gaines
Courtesy of YMCA of Central Florida A unique opportunity to work with the best in Aquatics, Rowdy Gaines a three…
#3 – Daydreaming about tormenting that person who always taps your feet but never passes you.
Fresh off of its second consecutive Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship and sixth title in seven seasons, the Towson University…
Congrats to Coach Augie Busch and UVA Women’s Swimming and Diving on a great 2014 ACC Championships!
Augie Busch has his eyes on the prize as the Virginia Cavaliers charge toward a 7th-straight ACC title.
Michael Andrew’s gaze is fixed on tentpole international events this later this year. Specifically, he would like to attend the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics in China.
Coach Gibson Swim Fort Lauderdale: “Take the pledge to be at your best. Take the pledge to be a good role model. Take the pledge to set the bar high for our profession. Let’s lead the charge. Do it for your athletes. Do it for your sport. Do it for yourself.”
David Marsh, CEO and Head Swim Coach of SwimMAC Carolina, explains the need for pro swim teams and the evolution of a possible pro swim league.
The University of Denver men’s swimming and diving fell to Air Force 187.5- 162.5 on Saturday in Colorado Springs.
CSU opened the meet equally paired with the Falcons (17-3). The Rams swam past their opponent in the first event of the day, the 200 Medley Relay, taking first place by more than a second.
“It was a great day and has been a great season for our men,” Towson Head Coach Pat Mead said. “I’m very proud to have had the opportunity to coach this team this season.”
“We hadn’t been home for a while, and they came together and swam tough right from the beginning,” said head swim coach Sean Schimmel. “They stayed sharp all the way through it. We had some great diving going on as well. A couple girls qualified for zones, which we hadn’t had before. I think for right now on Jan. 25 we’re in a really good spot.”
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Imagine Swimming, the premier swim school of New York City, has been creative and proactive in the swimming community. In addition to teaching children the lifesaving skill to swim, they were the first to step up and support Anthony Ervin on his path to the London Olympics, and now they’re hosting the annual Imagine Invite swim meet.
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