Glory years. They are ahead of us, yet!
Pittsburgh, we're going to bring back the big aquatic events, with a modern twist and spin of a SKWIM disk. In 2019, we have some news to share, as of the end of January. Stay tuned.
Thanks to a friend and fellow coach, S, for sending along the pointer to this article.
Stay in tune with Coach Mark as we plan for the summer.
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Special event slated for 6:30 pm on Sunday, Feb 10, 2019. Don't miss it!
It doesn't get much better than this in terms of what is needed in offering support to kids in efforts to excel in sports, despite some other issues that come into play.
More at Time.CLOH.org.
Plus, there are the other two who are sharing the podium to answer and present more of the technical insights, for all sports, Catherine V. Palmer, Ph.D. and Grant Rauterkus, one of the ebook authors.
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All are invited for a quick swim lesson, game introduction and some informal fun at the pool playing SKWIM. Adults and kids of all ages and abilities. Building on SKWIM's first Sunday practice at Moon HS pool (October 21, 2018), next time is 2-4 pm on November 11. They have fins at the pool that you can borrow. Just come with a can-do attitude and your swim suit and towel.
Learn more about SKWIM, either before or after a practice, check out the lessons at https://SKWIM.us.
Lifeguards, triathletes, hockey players, basketball players and coaches as well as adults, parents, teachers, guardians and kids — of course — come to a fun water workout on Friday evenings when there isn’t a home football game at Mt. Lebanon’s indoor, new, high school swim pool from 7:30 to 9 pm. Show up at 7:15 if you can so we can transition into activities and have some time to chat before we begin.
More info at this page:
Tip: Click on the links or images below to go to the various articles. Some news accounts include multiple photos and videos.
Greg Kinzler, the student athlete, is a college senior in terms of academics, but it is just the second year on the team as he went to a different PSU Campus for the first two years of his engineering studies.
New site SKWIM.usshares our water safety quiz efforts and teach the basics of the game.
Event runs from Thursday, August 9, 2018 to Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at the Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo, Japan.
Dates and times, all for the Olympic Channel.
One of Team USA Captains is Leah Smith, a swimmer from Pittsburgh by way of the JCC Sailfish, Oakland Catholic, UVA and now swimming as a professional and training in Tuscon, Arizona, when she isn’t at altitude.
The Saturday Swim School is a labor of love with Coach Mark Rauterkus and a crew of other volunteers. We’re looking for Scouts, summer-swimmers, future lifeguards, and former Summer Dreamers to come out and join us as well.
New swimming film in final stages.
The pledge goals are already achieved. Bravo!