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Celebrated Int'l Water Safety Day 2014 in St. Croix with a great group of aquatic professionals. Here's an article about our trip:
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SC Swimming and the SC Diversity/Inclusion Committee is happy to announce its first ever One Diversity Select Camp. On Saturday, May 10, 2014 at the Charles R. Drew Wellness Center, SC Swimming will host a one day camp. They will have classroom sessions with topics on nutrition, college swimming, maintaining your GPA, motivational speakers, and setting goals. There will also be two pool training sessions along with a dry land session. All athletes will be USA Swimming registered swimmers,…Continue
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For the first time in the history of USA Swimming, there's officially a Diversity Coordinator in every zone. The group met last week for their annual meeting.
West – Kent Yoshiwara
South – Suzanne Dangelmaier
East – Miram Lynch
Central – Pam Lowenthal…Continue
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Did you know that today starts the 2014 CARIFTA Championships? The CARIFTA Games which stands for Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) is an annual athletic event for young athletes to represent their country. It has been known to be the starting point of several World and Olympic champions and medallists from the Caribbean. In 2002, the #CARIFTA Aquatics Championships was broadened from just swimming to include the disciplines of water polo and synchronized swimming events. In…Continue
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I recently came across this video on a coaches exchange group for swimming and thought of how this applies to my own life and the lives of others. The boys in the video wanted to find a way to do what they loved and made it become a reality. Everyday each of us DAP members are making THE difference, just like these boys. Many of us are the first of the first, the one of the many who are striving to change the way that aquatic sports is viewed by others in order to save lives and share what…Continue
Congratulations to James Jones for being selected to the Washington Post All Met 1st Team for winning the 50 and 100 Free at the 2014 VA 6A Championships and Regional Championships. James later went on to win the 50 free at 19.99 at NCSA in Orlando, FL. http://www.washingtonpost.com/2014-winter-allmet/…Continue
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Share the News! April is Adult Learn-to-Swim Month! Get out there and swim! USMS.org
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Read about this police officer, and how his fellow Police Dive Team members told him “Black people can’t swim” NYTimes.com…Continue
Read about the Herron Hill Junior High all-black Swim Team from BlackBuzz News Service
via Black Buzz…Continue
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Giles Smith is the man! A two-time NCAA champion with a 3.46 GPA.
This week he became the 2014 Pac-12 Men’s Swimming Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Adding to his many accomplishments. Check out the video here!