Will Glass on New Texas Volunteer, 6-Up in the 100 Fly, & Nine Banded Whiskey

In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman HodgesGarrett McCaffrey, and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic sports.

We sat down with Will Glass, the NCAA All-American for the University of Texas who is returning to his alma mater as a volunteer assistant in December. Glass discusses what he hopes to bring to the pool deck in Austin and what he learned as a mentee of the famed Eddie Reese. Glass also has 2 unique roles in Austin due in part to his swimming roots: he’s a masters coach at Western Hills Athletic Club (a hub for swimmers and athletes from all walks of life) and the production manager at Nine Banded Whiskey (an Austin-based manufacturer co-founded by UT Swimming alum, Sean Foley).

Music: Otis McDonald
www.otismacmusic.com

Opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the interviewed guests do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of the hosts, SwimSwam Partners, LLC and/or SwimSwam advertising partners.

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Radiogaga
1 month ago

Egnematic incongruent thinker perhaps

Drewbrewsbeer
1 month ago

Time to pick up a bottle!

Douglass Wharrram Fan Club
2 months ago

He says he would rather coach college vs club: “training as a more developed individual” & “race harder, actually get your muscles tired” – I’d argue that club athletes can also train to a level that their muscles do fatigue.
I would like to ask the general coaching public what they consider “muscle fatigue” workouts.

Also, no shit – most folks would rather coach a collegiate team that is in the running for national titles than rather teach a person how to properly breaststroke kick, but I digress.

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Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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