Mike Bruner

Roadmaps 2.0 – Mapping International Swim Stars: Men’s 200 Fly

As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?

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The Summer Olympics of 1976: The Flag and the Broom

Everyone knew that the first event, the men’s 200 butterfly final, would set the tone for the entire Olympic swimming competition.

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Lessons From Legends: USA Swimming’s Enduring Roses

“In November of 1975, the hotel convention room in Santa Ana, California was packed with young swim coaches attending USC Coach Peter Daland’s Western States Coaches Clinic. They sat eagerly, waiting to learn from experienced coaches, several of whom were among the best in the world. The 1976 Olympic year was underway…”

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Swim Across America To Raise Funds For Cancer Research At UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

Swimming enthusiasts, including former Olympians, kayakers and volunteers will take part in Swim Across America’s eighth annual San Francisco Bay Area Open Water Swim, benefiting two Bay Area cancer research programs.

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Tis The Season…For Tough Stuff

“Winter break training can be used as a time to build confidence and courage, for those willing to tackle difficult challenges.” (Swim Photo Credit: CW)

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Deciding to win USA’s first Olympic Gold and…DOING IT!

Making the decision of setting your goals is a first big step. Check out Katrina’s interview with Olympic Gold Medalist,…

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Olympic village insider scoop

What is it like in the Olympic village? Katrina interviews 3 Olympic backstrokers: Bob Jackson, Peter Rocca, and John Naber,…

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