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Former Barracuda Coach and Swimmer meet up at ASCA Conference

9/24/2014 5:14:22 PM


The 2014 American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) world clinic, held in Jacksonville Florida, September 10th - 14th, 2014, was certainly a wonderful experience.  

The conference included a level 3 physiology course, where I was able to meet and listen to some of the top swimming coaches in the world. One of those being my former high school coach Michael Stewart who is now coaching a club team in South Carolina. The conference was a great experience and broadened my overall knowledge of the sport of swimming.  I am now more equip and eager to assist in the advancement of the sport of swimming in the Bahamas.


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