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USA Swimming Workshop- Hosted By Aquakids

April 17, 2018 (05:30 PM) - April 18, 2018 (07:30 PM)
April 16, 2018

Description

USA Swimming Workshop: April 17-18

 

USA Swimming is going to visit Aquakids Swim Team on April 17-18 for a workshop that includes topics like: Nutrition, Swimming Long Term, Progression, Best Practice of Sport and Joy of Being Part of Swimming.

All the Aquakids Swimmers and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend. For free!

 

Schedule:

Tuesday, April 17th:

5:40-6:20PM: Meeting with Orange Group Swimmers

6:30-7:20PM: Meeting with Black and Seniors Group Swimmers

Regular practice afterwards

 

Wednesday, April 18th:

5:40-6:40PM: Meeting with Black and Seniors Group Swimmers

Regular practice afterwards

6:45-7:30PM: Meeting with Parents of all Groups

 

Location:

The meeting will be held during the practice hours at Hendrix WAC Building (situated right next to the swimming pool) in the classroom 249 (on the second floor at the end of hallway), so everyone can attend.

 

Presented by:

RANDY JULIAN

CENTRAL ZONE

 

Randy Julian has been with USA Swimming since May of 2002. His focus is with the coaches, teams and the LSC’s of the Central Zone. He is also the staff liaison with the USA Swimming Disability Committee. Randy was the Head Swimming Coach at Bowling Green State University for both men and women’s swimming for seven years and assisted at The University of Notre Dame with Tim Welsh and Southern Illinois with Doug Ingram in the previous seven years. Randy also coached in the club ranks as the Head Coach of the Dads Club Swim Team in Houston, TX. where his boys won the 1985 YMCA National Title and his men’s team placed 10th at Short Course and 6th at Long Course USS Nationals that same year. From 1983 – 85, Randy was the General Chair of Gulf Swimming and also was the Chair of the Texas Senior Circuit. He is a proud graduate of Southern Illinois University (home of the Salukis) and was born and raised in Dallas, Texas

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