Mark Schubert

SwimSwam Breakdown: Casas Goes Pro, ISL Play-In and Noe Ponti Heads Home

This week on SwimSwam Breakdown, we discuss Shaine Casas going Pro, Noe Ponti leaving NC State to head home to Switzerland, and the Chinese National Games

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Former U.S. National Team Director Mark Schubert Announces Retirement

Schubert served on eight Olympic coaching staffs, won three NCAA team titles and was USA Swimming’s National Team Director from 2006 until 2010.

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BSN Sports Swim Team of the Month: Mission Viejo Nadadores

This month’s BSN Sports Team of the Week is the Mission Viejo Nadadores, a legendary swim team located in Orange County, CA.

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Mark Schubert Resigns From ASCA Board 1 Year Early

Former US National Team Director Mark Schubert has resigned from ASCA with one year remaining on his term. His position will be filled in September at the ASCA World Clinic.

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CSCAA Announces Blue Ribbon Panel for Centennial Celebration

Gregg Troy, Mike Bottom and Teri McKeever are among the current and former college swim coaches to be selected to the CSCAA Centennial Blue Ribbon Panel.

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Pro Swim Series Day1: Leah Smith E Wilimosky Vincono Gli 800-Risultati

Pro Swim Series iniziata questa notte con gli 800 stile libero maschili e femminili. I risultati della prima sessione di gare

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Mission Viejo Pro Swim Series – Session 1 Photo Vault

For the first time in what feels like ages, SwimSwam is back on deck and our photographer Jack Spitser was able to capture images in the California sun

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Klete Keller Si Consegna Alla Polizia E Si Scusa Con Il Suo Ex Allenatore

Klete Keller si è consegnato alla polizia che lo ha rilasciato con restrizioni sui movimenti. Si è scusato con il suo ex allenatore

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2020 US Open Irvine Photo Vault: 800 Free Edition

For the first time in nearly 8 months, I was able to be back on a pool deck to capture some fun swimming, and tonight’s action did not disappoint.

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Motion For Simple Majority Vote to Allow Formation of New LSCs is Denied

Orange County’s desire to form an independent LSC hit another obstacle today when the House of Delegates retained that a two-thirds majority vote is required.

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Justina Kozan Talks Move From BREA To Mission Viejo Amidst Pandemic

Kozan, a two-time World Junior Championship gold medalist, moved to Mission Viejo so she could resume her training during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Orange County Cancels Youth Sports Practices

Orange County has canceled all youth sports practices after receiving new guidance from the state, but it’s still not clear what that means.

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Attorney Bob Allard Calls For Removal of 8 USA Swimming Figures In Open Letter

Attorney Bob Allard wrote an open letter to USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey on behalf of sex abuse survivors, calling for the removal of eight individuals.

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“I Was In The Presence Of Greatness”: Don Wagner Recounts Coaching Janet Evans

Early on in Wagner’s illustrious coaching career, he spent one year with Evans during the height of her career in 1989.

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CA Reopening Plan Set to Progress; Pro Sports Could Return Without Spectators

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.

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