Mike Bottom, Michigan Head Coach talks 2013 Big Ten and learning from other great coaches

by Katrina Radke 2

February 22nd, 2013 College, News

Katrina Radke talks with Michigan Men and Women’s Head Coach, Mike Bottom. He shares how he has learned tools from many top coaches in his coaching career: Nort Thornton at Cal, Bob Bowman, Jon Urbanchek at Michigan, and at the Race Club.

He just took over the women’s program at University of Michigan this year, after having coached just men for a few years. The women are having a stellar year, so far.

He talks about the intensity of the Big Tens and then going to NCAAs, and about his swimmers: their 4×50 free relay, and 200 IMers at Big Ten Championships.

Katrina Radke is an Olympic Swimmer, Sport Psychology Professor, and Bestselling Author of Be Your Best Without the Stress, where she shares her own Olympic story, and tools for you to realize your true potential.

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7 years ago

The intensity of the Big 10 Championships meets is unrivaled. Because of that, I have to beleive that it has hurt the Big 10 more than any other conference at NCAA’s.

Reply to  jeantuehl
7 years ago

I have swam at both Big Tens and SECs and the intensity of the SEC is far greater than Big Tens. Sorry…

About Katrina Radke

Katrina Radke, MFT, is an internationally recognized Olympian, therapist, college psychology instructor, and a peak performance and health coach for many fields, including business, sport psychology, fitness, wellness and nutrition. She is a motivational speaker for corporate, educational and public events, and works with top physicians and health professionals. She …

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