Michigan to hold ‘Tweeters and Best’ Q&A session on Twitter Monday

Always on the lookout for new ways to incorporate social media into their swimming program, University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving is hosting a daylong series of Twitter Q&A sessions with notable current and former swimmer and coaches this Monday, February 17th. The event will include current Wolverine Connor Jaeger, head coach Mike Bottom, and former swimmers Tyler Clary, Peter Vanderkaay, Davis Tarwater and Charlie Houchin.

Each athlete/coach will have an scheduled time slot in which to answer questions – fans can tweet in their questions for the various Wolverines using their specific hashtags, listed on the tentative schedule below:

9-9:30 AM – 3-time Olympian Peter Vanderkaay – #AskPVK

10-10:30 AM – Olympic 800 free relay gold medalist Davis Tarwater – #AskDavis

11-11:30 AM – Head coach Mike Bottom – #AskBottom

12-12:30 PM – defending NCAA champ Connor Jaeger – #AskJaeger

2-2:30 PM – Olympic 800 free relay gold medalist Charlie Houchin – #AskHouchin

4:30-5 PM – Olympic 200 back gold medalist Tyler Clary – #AskClary

(Note that all times are Eastern Time, and the event will take place Monday, February 17th)

In addition, the swimming and diving program will give away prizes throughout the day, with items including tickets to the Big Ten Championships (which Michigan hosts Feb. 26-March 1), tickets to men’s basketball games, tickets to next fall’s football home opener, and various Michigan swimming and diving gear like swim caps and T-Shirts. Fans must follow @umichswimdive in order to be eligible for the giveaways.

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Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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