SI Kids - Reece Whitley
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Good Morning America clip of Reece being SI Kid Athlete of the year!
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DAP Caribbean Council Meeting/Summit at Knutsford Court Hotel - Kingston Jamaica May 16, 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
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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:
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
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!
Martin Luther King Jr.
"I often feel like saying, when I hear the question “People aren’t ready,” that it’s like telling a person who is trying to swim, “Don’t jump in that water until you learn how to swim.” When actually you will never learn how to swim until you get in the water."Continue
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Way to go Simone Manuel...Awesome!
2013 Diversity Coach Mentoring program started in February with Coach Arthur Lopez sharing some tips and strategy with newly appointed Norfolk State Aquatics Director/up and coming coach Robeson White.
4/4/13 – Excited to be heading back to Philly tmw for the Coach Mentoring Program with Coach Jim Ellis who will be sharing some knowledge with Coaches John Yearwood & Crosby Treadwell
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If you're in the Los Angeles area please join me for an informal Diversity Roundtable!
Frankie & Johnnie's NY Pizza,
534 Washington Boulevard, Marina del Rey, CA
Wednesday December 12, 2012 @ 8:30PM
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Cullen Jones after winning the 100-meter freestyle final Sunday to qualify…
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Maria Claudi Falcone School!
Beautiful inner city school.....
But the pool in the basement....…Continue
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It’s such a simple, beautiful idea, I was shocked to learn prior to this year, it did not exist. Which perhaps only underscores its urgency.
It’s called “International Water Safety Day.” Think “Earth Day” meets water safety awareness. On May 15th, the first ever Water Safety Day will…
1) Novice Swimmers Coaching Clinic for Boston Parks & Rec with Miriam Lynch on Thursday, March 15, 2012
2) AAHPERD Convention -Council of Aquatic Professionals presentations and meetings (ongoing)
3) New England Swimming / AAHPERD - water safety event Saturday, March 17, 2012
-All AAHPERD members attending this year's convention are welcome to come sit in at all…
In San Diego this week for the NDPA Symposium and presenting today with DAP Co-founder Jayson Jackson about the importance of dismissing stereotypes, role models and other social learning concepts. A tribute to the many DAP members that influence their own local communities. We might even reveal a few of DAP's future plans. Won't give you the whole presentation, but here are two quick concepts....connect the dots and see the picture...…
Past the time-honored bell tower of Old Main, beyond the cool marbled hall of academia, and outside the venerated field of Beaver Stadium, the legends of blue and white are gathered to tell their stories. At the Penn State All-Sports Museum, visitors encounter, firsthand, the athletic history and heritage of one of the greatest universities in the nation.
The mission of the Penn State All-Sports Museum is to honor the achievements of the men and women who have built the proud…Continue
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