Brazilian sprinter Bruno Fratus is no longer training with Brett Hawke, but will train with Michelle Lenhardt in the leadup to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic year.
Brett Hawke (en la imagen superior) también entrena a Bruno Fratus, medallista mundial de plata en los 50 libre masculinos.
David Marsh (above) has been named the head coach of the Los Angeles Current of the new International Swimming League.
Brett Hawke (above) is also training the 2019 World Championships silver medalist in the men’s 50 free Bruno Fratus.
Thursday, August 15th, 2019 marks the 10th birthday of the launch of the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour.
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Fratus is one of a growing number of professional athletes, the others mostly from the NFL, who are using Bay Area-based Aquabred’s methods.
The Butterfly and Freestyle Legendary Rivals Academy, set for July 8-12, will be led by Olympians Brett Hawke, Gary Hall Jr., and Michael Klim.
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David Marsh (above) was the head coach of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Team, and is currently serving as the head coach at UCSD.
The Brazilian Confederation of Aquatic Sports (CBDA) has revealed its selection criteria for this summer’s FINA World Championships, which includes one head-scratching restriction.
Brazilian sprint star Bruno Fratus will make his first competitive appearance since undergoing shoulder surgery at Florida Sectionals in March,…
We are proud and excited to announce that internationally recognized swim coach Brett Hawke is joining Fitter and Faster full-time as Development Director of Swim Clinics and Camps!
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La squadra brasiliana ha diramato la lista dei 16 nuotatori che rappresenteranno la nazione ai Pan Pacific Championships. Tra loro manca il…
Brazilian speedster Bruno Fratus has been removed from the nation’s roster for Pan Pacs and replaced with Iago Moussalem.
Brazilian Marcelo Chierighini will make the international move and join Kevin Cordes, Chuck Katis, and a diverse group of other Auburn post-grads in Blacksburg.
Star Auburn freshman Hugo Gonzalez will follow coach Sergio Lopez to his new position at Virginia Tech, transferring for the upcoming season.