TAGS starts tomorrow. Projected timeline is here. Psych sheet is here
Great piece on reducing drag via The Race Club is here. Thanks for the heads up, DJA!
Frontal drag is the number one enemy of the swimmer.
Swimming is arguably the most technique sensitive sport on the planet.
With water being some 800 times denser than air, the frontal drag forces
that slow swimmers down come into play at much slower speeds than all
other sports on land. For that reason, in order to become fast, we must
learn how to reduce frontal drag as much as possible.
Current job postings include:
Glenn HS & Cedar Park HS (Leander ISD) need head coaches. Contact Kimberly Davies
Timber Creek HS (Keller ISD) needs a head coach. Contact Bob Dejonge
Clear Creek ISD has several head/assistant coach openings. Contact Debbie Fuchs
Registration info for the April 30 ASA Cap 2k is here
Donate to the UT Men's Swimming & Diving Legacy Fundhere
The first $25,000 raised in this group endowment will formally establish
The University of Texas Men’s Swimming & Diving Legacy Fund. A
$100,000 scholarship will be named in honor of Kris Kubik once the fund
reaches $125,000. Additional monies raised will be used to create
endowments in increments of $100,000.
Hall of Fame Legends Dinner is April 7th. Info here
You're Invited to The Legends Dinner Honoring the 2017 Class of Inductees:
Kenny Armstrong, Ian Crocker, Jim Henry, Aaron Peirsol, Dee Hollar (Lifetime Achievement) City of Midland (Wally Pryor Distinguished Team Award)
ASCA Legends of Texas clinic (March 31 - April 2) will be held at TCU. Info here