WI Swimming Break-Out clinic and The Last Gold screening


MAC Families –

We would like to pass along an event sponsored by Wisconsin Swimming.  Every year, WI Swimming hosts their annual meeting with an awards banquet.  The event location rotates at a different city within the state each year.  This year the event is in Madison on Friday and Saturday, April 26 & 27. In addition to the delegates meeting and banquet, they have events that all swimmers are encouraged to attend. 

On Friday evening, there will be a screening of The Last Gold, a movie produced by USA Swimming at the Sheraton Madison on John Nolen Drive.  It is a documentary done in the style of ESPN’s ’30 for ’30 that tells the story of the 1976 US Women’s Olympic Swim Team.  Poised to be a potentially all-time great team, they went up against the dominant East German women fueled by state-sponsored doping.

One of the main swimmers featured is Wisconsin native and 2019 WI LSC Hall of Fame Inductee, Wendy Boglioli.  Wendy will be available for a Q&A session after the movie on Friday.

For more information on The Last Gold and to watch the trailer,  click here.

On Saturday, there is an athlete Break-out Clinic featuring Garrett Weber-Gayle at Sun Prairie High School.  Garrett Weber-Gale is a Wisconsin native and a 2019 WI LSC Hall of Fame inductee. Garrett's extensive swim resume includes swimming on what is arguably one of the greatest relays in Olympic history. Garrett swam second on a 4X100m free relay that included Michael Phelps, Cullen Jones, and Jason Lezak. Lezak's legendary anchor leg ran down the favored French team and keep alive Phelps' quest for 8 Gold Medals at the 2008 Games.

For more information and schedule of the clinics,  click here or visit

To purchase tickets to the above events - The Last Gold, $5 plus convenience fee and the Break-out Clinic, $40 plus convenience fee,  click here and then click on the green “Tickets” box to purchase.

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