Guess I expected too much after posting Opportunity to Save the Males!
Since Wednesday, hundreds have seen the post and not a single person has been interested enough to respond with contact info.
I may have this "Save the Males" thing all wrong. Maybe they don't want or need to be saved. Young men might be just fine with fewer opportunities in college swimming.
Think I'll dismount, give Rocinante a break, and leave them windmills alone for a while...
In other news:
If your USAS coaching credentials are up for renewal and you need info on safety requirements for the 2015 year, info is here.
WADA's revised doping code will take effect January 1, 2015. The banned substances list:
WADA 2015 Prohibited List
Here's a groovy little item, the cubic rubber band:
SMU vs. TCU (M)
The Woodlands vs. Collins
ESA vs. FCST
AAHSSL "D" Division Dual #2
NCAA D-II (M&W)
NCAA D-I (M)
Save College of Charleston Swim/Dive video:
Minneapolis Grand Prix Psych Sheet
West University Recreation Specialist - Aquatics
USA Swimming feature on Laura Sogar is here.
“I’m looking at a lot of schools right now, some close to me and some not so close; I’ve got time to decide,” said Sogar, who intends to pursue her Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). “I’m very happy with life right now, especially being back on the road to being healthy, and I’m really excited about what’s still to come – in and outside of swimming.”
Will likely encounter rattlers, black bears, and a bazillion skeeters on the AT. Might even run into a Bigfoot. State by State sightings list here.
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USAS feature on NITRO Swimming is here.
3. We build from the bottom up. We have great lesson programs at our pools, and our conduit programs connect to our swim team. Intro to Nitro is the first step of being on the swim team, then we have Technique and Fitness, which is more about learning strokes and staying in shape. Those help us build within the infrastructure of our own team and work up the pyramid.
Sir Charles weighs in on Derrick Rose: