ASCA Announces Partnership with GoSwim.TV for Educational Content

by SwimSwam Staff 2

September 04th, 2018 Industry, News

Courtesy: American Swimming Coaches Association

The American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) is thrilled to announce they are partnering with industry innovator GoSwim.tv to provide ASCA’s education content and GoSwim’s technique content to ASCA’s 11,000+ global members.

ASCA’s Business Development Consultant, Paris Jacobs, had this to say about the powerful partnership that links ASCA’s 60 years of educational content with GoSwim’s 16 years of technique content and coach-friendly delivery platform:

“As ASCA moves into its 60th year as an organization, the 50th anniversary of the World Clinic is the perfect event at which to roll out this partnership. Enhanced services for our membership is a key component of our strategic plan as we look to the future of the ASCA. GoSwim is a key partner in this plan. We are excited to have them on board, with the endless possibilities this partnership provides.”

GoSwim’s co-founder, Glenn Mills, added:
“GoSwim is proud to be working more closely with ASCA, and we see this partnership as a way to further our mission of providing coaches with better tools to educate their athletes. In partnership with ASCA, we can expand the audience for our library of 3,000+ videos featuring nearly 50 elite athletes from around the globe, as well as our learn-to-swim videos that help coaches grow the sport from the ground up.”

Go Swim will be spearheading the digital-education side of ASCA. All of the ASCA Coaching Talks from various clinics over the years, as well as the ASCA Certification Courses, will be incorporated into the GoSwim platform. All ASCA members will receive a free membership to GoSwim and will receive an ASCA Coach Talk or GoSwim video every day. Each week will follow a theme, connecting messages from the world’s great coaches, to appropriate technique videos. In addition, ASCA members will be able to upgrade to a full GoSwim subscription at any time, allowing them to share content directly with their swimmers.

ASCA’s Technical Director, Guy Edson, commented:
“GoSwim is the leader in video technology in the aquatics industry. ASCA has enjoyed a working relationship with GoSwim for over 10 years and we are excited to formalize this relationship, which will provide unparalleled education services to the coaching community.”

 

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AfterShock

Why do it?

Mark Rauterkus

Bravo.

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