Chuck Warner

Olympic Trials to the Olympic Games Part II

“There are many swimmers that struggle to repeat their performance from the Olympic Trials at the Olympic Games and even fewer that exceed it.”

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How to Train between Trials & The Olympics

“Three primary factors can be cited for success and failure between the Olympic Trials & the Olympic Games…” (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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LESSONS FROM LEGENDS, Berkoff Blast-off

Leading up to the 1988 Olympics, a 5’10” tall, 155 pound backstroker invented the Blast-off, dolphin-kicking nearly 50 meters underwater…forever changing the sport of swimming. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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LESSONS FROM LEGENDS

Chuck Warner, a 40-year coaching veteran & author, looks back with wisdom to ask the question: “What makes swimmers great?”

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Spiniello Named to Replace Warner at Rutgers

Phil Spiniello has been named to replace Chuck Warner as the Rutgers Women’s head swimming & diving coach, the school…

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