“What got you here won’t get you there” is a common phrase you hear when climbing in your profession. And it’s no different for collegiate swim coaches.
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Rebecca Soni, the back-to-back Olympic breaststroke champion in 2008 and 2012, is one of 5 swimmers inducted into the ISHOF class of 2020.
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David Marsh (above) has been named the head coach of the Los Angeles Current of the new International Swimming League.
Javier Sossa most recently spent 4 seasons as an assistant coach with NCAA Division II program Oklahoma Baptist University.
The Seattle native and recent Stanford graduate DeVine is heading to San Diego to train under David Marsh.
What separates Deep End Fitness and makes it an innovative workout experience is its focus on positive reinforcements and its core principles.
During my filming with Team Elite, Kendyl Stewart was working on her start… let me rephrase that. Most of Team Elite was working on Kendyl Stewart’s start.
With World Championships and Pan American Games both on the horizon, that means one thing for elite athletes: taper time.
Djordjevic, also an Olympic coach for his native Serbia, was associate head coach at UCSD for five seasons prior to this appointment.
Eastern Illinois head coach Jacqueline Michalski is leaving the program, but will be named a head coach elsewhere this week, according to the school.
Rio Olympic head coach David Marsh will no longer be the head coach at UC-San Diego. Instead, he’ll focus on his work with Team Elite and new consulting jobs.
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.