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SWMKE Online Classes - May

May 1, 2020 - May 31, 2020
April, 29 2020

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Registration for SWMKE Optional Online Classes:

All M1&2, K, E swimmers will be automatically committed to the classes each month for as long as we are out of the pool. If you want to decline participation, you must decline participation yourself, just like you would decline a meet. If you will be participating, you do nothing except log in at the scheduled class times for your group. PCSC may participate but must commit themselves. All swimmers who do not decline will be billed on the 1st of each month (May participants will be billed on the 5/1 invoice).

SWMKE is pleased to announce "The SWMKE May Speakers Series" on Zoom. We have scheduled amazing guest speakers for the SWMKE May Online Classes. The presentations are recommended for both swimmers and parents and you do not want to miss any of them. All M1&2, K, & E swimmers have been committed. If you do not want to participate, you must decline no later than Wednesday, April 29th. PCSC swimmers can participate but must commit on their own by April 29th. Any questions, contact Bob.

Saturday, May 2nd:  11:00-12:00 AM

Craig Beardsley

Craig Beardsley was heavily favored to win the 200m butterfly as a member of the 1980 Olympic Team, only to be forced from competition when politics intervened, and the US boycotted Moscow's Summer Games.Between 1980 and 1983, Craig held both the World and the American Records in the 200m butterfly, and he won Gold at the Pan American Games in both 1979 and 1983. A nine-time US National Champion, Craig captured another Gold in the same event at the NCAA Championships while an All-American at the University of Florida.

PS - I first met Craig when I was a coach for the 1981 US National Swim Team that competed against the Soviet National Team in Kiev, Soviet Union. Craig was a member of the team and it was a thrill to take splits for him as he broke his own World Record in the 200 Fly at the meet. I know he will be a very entertaining, educational and motivational speaker.  Bob

 

Wednesday, May 6th:  4:00-4:30 PM

Cody Miller  

The incredible story behind Cody Miller's rise to Olympic fame

At the 2014 U.S. nationals, Cody Miller won the 100 breast and claimed his first national title. 

At the 2015 World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Russia, Miller claimed his first gold medal as part of the U.S. team in the      4×100 meter medley relay. Swimming the breaststroke leg, Miller recorded a split of 59.23 seconds in the prelims to put the Americans at the top of the final field with a time of 3:31.06. 

At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Miller won a bronze medal in the      men's 100 metre breaststroke, setting the American record for the men's 100 metre breaststroke with a time of 58.87 seconds. Miller also won a gold medal in the      men's 4 × 100 metre medley relay, in which he performed the breaststroke leg of the final.

 

Saturday, May 9th:  11:00-12:00 AM

Kaitlin Sandano

Kaitlin Sandeno Embracing Historic Role as International Swimming ...

At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Sandeno won the bronze medal in the 800-meter freestyle event, along with fourth place in the 400-meter individual medley and sixth place in the 200-meter butterfly. In 2003, while enrolled at the University of Southern California, she won the U.S. national championship in the 200-meter butterfly, and the 200- and 400-meter individual medley events.

   The 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece saw Sandeno win three more Olympic medals: a silver medal in the 400-meter individual medley, a bronze medal in the 400-meter freestyle, and a gold medal in the 4×200-meter freestyle relay. The American team of Natalie CoughlinCarly PiperDana Vollmer and Sandeno also broke the seventeen-year-old world record (previously held by East Germany) by more than two seconds with their victory in the 4×200-meter freestyle relay.

She also is now the national spokesperson of the Jessie Rees Foundation, a motivational speaker, coach, sports commentator, emcee, and host for world-class sporting events.

 

Saturday, May 16th:  11:00-12:00 AM

Zach Apple

Zach Apple Establishes Presence with Blazing 48.76 100 Free in TYR ...

Zach burst onto the elite swimming scene in 2017, so not an Olympian yet. This is what SwimSwam had to   say about him when he did breakthrough to the World scene in 2017 - Apple shocked the world at the 2017U.S. Nationals / World Championship Trials, taking out a loaded prelims field including Olympic ChampionNathan Adrian and other big names like Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Held to enter the final seeded   first. Hewent on to book his spot at his first World Championships with a fourth place finish. 

He's continued to improve since and brought home two golds, a silver and bronze + a World Record at World Championships last year. He also had the fastest split of anyone in the field in the 400 FR at Worlds in 46.8. He swam for Indiana University and is an NCAA Champion. He also led off their 800 FR last year as a Senior and went 1:30.3.
 
 
More Olympians, World Record Holders & World Ranked swimmers to be announced as speakers. Stay Tuned!!
 
 
       

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