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The announcement comes just one day after older sister Ali Deloof posted about her move from Team Elite to Tennessee’s pro group.
Former Michigan Wolverine Ali Deloof has announced she will be making the move from training with Team Elite to Tennessee Elite.
Lane, currently the club’s Director of Competitive Swimming Curriculum and Coaching Development, will assume head coaching duties on August 19.
Coronado Swim Association partner with coach David Marsh’s Team Elite and Team Elite Stingrays to form their College Contingency (training) Team.
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The Team Elite pro training group in San Diego got on the blocks for some time trial racing on Friday to test their return from quarantine.
We sat down with 2016 Olympic head coach David Marsh and picked his brain on how small changes can make huge differences, especially when you want them to
Chadwick will return closer to his home in Charlotte and train with his former college coach Mark Gangloff at North Carolina.
Social distancing will be a big focus of the return to the pool after quarantine. But, social grouping should be on your mind too.
In his weekly briefing, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that many counties will move into the next step of his four-stage plan in the coming weeks.
“We can do it very safely in a controlled manner with coaches and lifeguards making sure physical distance is taken care of,” Marsh says.
At every Trials, there’s a small subset of about 25 swimmers who carry a heavy burden: they miss qualifying for the Olympics by a single spot.
Farmer and business partner Nolen Putnam have been purchasing and delivering PPE with the profits from a special shirt design.
Kathleen Baker is among the Team Elite members who have secured water time amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“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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