We created the swim-brand Wotter to empower girls to stay in swimming and to raise awareness that more female swim coaches are needed to create strong role models for young girls.
Everybody wants to be great. Everybody wants the medals, the records and the glory. They just don’t want to have to work for it.
“We set out to create our brand Wotter to empower girls like us (and you!) to stay in swimming and to raise awareness that more female swim coaches are needed to create strong role models for young girls.
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A great backstroke start is a thing of beauty. I liken it to a dolphin leaping out of the water and piercing the water through a hula-hoop, or David Boudia, scoring a perfect 10 off of the 10-meter tower. You see no splash and hear no splash.
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Coaches and swimmers love working with the D-BAND because it can be used in creative ways to work on all four swimming strokes.
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