Throughout the course of its 7-year history, the Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic in Orlando, Florida has proven to be more than just your average swim meet – and this year’s edition of the annual short course meters event was no exception.
The YMCA of Central Florida Masters team is excited to host the 7th Annual Rowdy Gaines Classic, a unique short course meters meet whose unofficial motto is “Fast, Fun and Friendly”!
Alan Pfau comes from the esteemed SwimMAC Carolina program in Charlotte, NC where he was Senior Division Director for the number one club team in the USA for the last 5 years.
#1 – Cullen Jones! This two-time Olympic gold and silver medalist understands the need for speed and power. Learn how to develop both and the importance of proper and recovery to achieve your maximum strength in swimming.
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David Marsh has been selected to lead the women’s team while Bob Bowman has been selected as the head coach of the men’s team.
Bowman will be leading the US Olympic team for the first time in his career, but he is not new to the Olympic scene.
“Bob and David are two of the most dynamic, innovative and well-respected coaches in our sport.” said USA National Team Director Frank Busch
The USA Swimming Foundation brings together an all-star lineup of Olympic swimmers and coaches for the 2015 Adult Performance Camp scheduled for October 16-18.
Missy Franklin to Make Her Professional Debut and Michael Phelps Gets Back in the Pool in Santa Clara. Nation’s Best Swimmers Compete in Series Finale with Just over a Month to go until July’s FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia
US Olympians Cullen Jones and Conor Dwyer made the most out of their trip to Chicago to kick off USA…
USA Swimming Foundation, Olympic Champions and Chicago Park District Join Forces to Reduce Risk of Child Drownings
The weekend of events is highlighted by Olympic medalists Cullen Jones, Winnetka-native Conor Dwyer, Chicago-native Christine Magnuson, Rowdy Gaines and Jessica Hardy.
At the James E. Martin Aquatics Center, the plaque which had Gaines’ time, name, and the year he set the record was removed to make way for a new plaque which featured all the same information pertaining to Morris’ record.
USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Tour Presented by Phillips 66 Raises Awareness to Reduce Risk of Child Drownings
Month-long June tour with Olympic gold medalists promotes saving lives through swim lessons to reverse second-leading cause of death for children under 14.
Orlando’s world-class YMCA Aquatic Center indoor swimming complex will be going global this autumn. On the 19th and 20th of…
Hosted by 3-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines, with Olympic Champion Breeja Larson and World Champion Tom Shields…