Newsletter – Blog2018-06-07T19:31:24+00:00

Time Travel

It has, sadly, been 16 years since I left the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, where I helped to coach both the resident National Swim Team, with USA SWIMMING and the resident National Triathlon Team, with USA Triathlon. What an amazing experience and I have long since called this my phd in coaching! Traveling the world and working with the most amazing athletes in both sports was an experience of a lifetime.

By |April 4th, 2018|Categories: public|0 Comments

The Hangover

Last week was a big week for me... Witnessing the men’s NCAA swimming champs and completing the 100 runs in 100 days challenge, I am now back home and looking back at these two events, hoping to remember them, taking note on things I learned and digesting all the accomplishments that happened.  Writing about it sure helps and sometimes one needs to do a little writing to help put things in perspective.

By |March 29th, 2018|Categories: public|0 Comments

Another Barrier Broken

The adjectives are running thin to describe what Caeleb Dressel has accomplished at this Men’s NCAA Championships. In fact, looking around after is 39.93 100yard freestyle win, and the first to ever break #40Point, people have started to just look at each other and shrug their shoulders. You can see the entire swim on instagram @mymainset

By |March 24th, 2018|Categories: public|0 Comments

Witnessing Greatness

Today Caeleb Dressel from the Univ of Fla swam 17.63 for the 50 yard freestyle at the Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Champs #mensncaaswimdive His margin of victory was 1.01 seconds over second place and Olympic gold medalist Ryan Held of NC State! For perspective on this effort by Caeleb, the difference between 2nd place and 40th place was .99.

By |March 22nd, 2018|Categories: public|0 Comments

NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships

What a great way to start off both a website (www.theundergroundcoach.com) and blog postings and a new instagram page (@mymainset) with a trip to arguably the fastest and most competitive swimming and diving meet on the planet! And that applies to both women’s and men’s NCAAs.

By |March 19th, 2018|Categories: public|0 Comments