Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Polish Grand Prix / Swimming World

deci si colegii din Polonia sunt in atentia celor de peste Ocean...

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May 10, 2011

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Polish Grand Prix: Radoslaw Kawecki, Alicja Tchorz, Pawel Korzeniowski, Otylia Jedrzejczak Post Multiple Wins
OSTROWIEC SWIETOKRZYSKI. THE Polish Grand Prix stop in Ostrowiece Swietokrzyski featured plenty of multiple-title winners in long course meters format.
Maria Lenk Trophy: Cesar Cielo Closes Meet With Swift 50 Fly
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil. THE Maria Lenk Trophy came to a close in Rio de Janeiro with a strong sprint fly from Cesar Cielo. The meet took place in long course meters format.
The Fitter & Faster Tour Announces April Events in California, Ohio, North Carolina, New Jersey
MIAMI, Florida. IN April 2011, The Fitter and Faster Tour will be coming to Oakland, Calif.; Columbus, Ohio; and Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C.
USA Women's Water Polo Announces Summer Roster
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California. THE top ranked USA Women's Senior National Team has announced their roster for several upcoming competitions including the FINA World League Super Final Prelims, Kirishi Cup, and FINA World League Super Final. Head Coach Adam Krikorian and this group of 15 will first compete in two matches against Canada in the FINA World League Prelims at Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach, CA this May 20-21.
Third Annual Fisher Cup on Tap in San Diego
HUNTINGTON BEACH, California. 16 of the elite men's water polo clubs in the United States boasting a variety of Olympians and National Team athletes will converge upon San Diego, California this May 21-22 for the third annual Fisher Cup. The University of California-San Diego's Canyonview Pool plays host to the invitational that welcomes the likes of defending champion The Olympic Club, alongside the New York Athletic Club, the Newport Water Polo Foundation, Los Angeles Water Polo Club and new in 2011, the USA Water Polo Men's Junior National Team.
SwimmingWorld.TV Presents Fran Crippen SafeSwim
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida. OLYMPIANS, legendary coaches, national team members and hundreds of swimmers from around the nation participated in the inaugural Fran Crippen SafeSwim on Fort Lauderdale Beach Saturday morning.
U.S. Paralympic Head Swimming Coach Dave Denniston Presenting at 2011 U.S. Olympic Committee Paralympic Leadership Conference
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. HERE's your chance to get a taste of the leading Paralympic sport conference in the U.S. as we'll be streaming three sessions live on the web at USParalympics.org/LeadershipConference.
A3 Performance Poll of the Week
PHOENIX, Arizona. Swimming World wants to know what you think and offers you the chance to participate in our weekly poll.
Arizona Coaching Staff Taking Form
TUCSON, Arizona. NEW University of Arizona swimming and diving head coach Eric Hansen named Rick DeMont and Geoff Hanson as two of his swimming assistant coaches with other staff assignments still to be decided.
Tom Jager Named Head Coach at Washington State
PULLMAN, Washington. TOM Jager was named the Washington State University Head Swimming Coach, Monday, Cougar Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced.

Jager (Jay-Ger) comes to Pullman from the University of Idaho and replaces Erica Quam who announced her retirement from collegiate coaching last month.
FINA Diving World Series Comes to Close in Mexico
LAUSANNE, Switzerland. THE team of China got six out of the eight titles on offer in the fourth and final leg of the FINA/Midea Diving World Series 2011, held in Guanajuato (MEX), on April 22-23. The only non-Chinese victories went to the local divers, with Yahel Castillo/Daniel Islas winning the men's 3m springboard and Ivan Garcia/German Sanchez triumphing in the men's 10m platform synchro
AT&T USA Diving Grand Prix: Day Four
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida. U.S. divers wrapped up the 2011 AT&T USA Diving Grand Prix with three more medals, highlighted by a gold from Christina Loukas (Riverwoods, Ill./The Woodlands, Texas) and Abby Johnston (Upper Arlington, Ohio/Durham, N.C.) in synchronized 3-meter.
Training for the English Channel - Marcella MacDonald
STORRS, Connecticut. AT 5 a.m. on a February morning in Storrs, CT, bitter cold temperatures are accompanied by a light wind. The month-old snow on the ground is a reminder of the long, hard winter. Dawn has yet to reach the Northeastern Connecticut college town, with the sun barely peeking out over the horizon of the black sky.
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What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of
Swimming World
Feature Articles:
For the second time in three years, Coach Teri McKeever’s University of California Golden Bears captured the team championships at the women't NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships.

What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of Swimming Technique
Feature Articles:
Widely credited with the discovery and development of Olympian Cullen Jones, Chad Onken has leveraged summer league, age group, high school, collegiate and Masters coaching experience to return YMCA of the Triangle Area swimmers to consistent top-three finishes at Y Nationals.

What you'll find in the May 2011 issue of SWIM Magazine
Feature Articles:
Erika Braun, Raleigh Area Masters (Raleigh, N.C.)

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