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Archive for July 2012

July 13, 2012 @ 10:26 am

#coachmikepodcast episode 23

This is the last episode to be posted before the start of the 2012 London Games. I have with me this week Gail Vaz-Oxlade (host of the Slice Network's 'Till Debt To Us Part and Princess) to talk about money management for coaches, parents and athletes. I am also visited by Dr. Greg Wells (Author of Super Bodies and commentator for the 2012 London Games on CTV) to revisit a conversation we had in October about concussions and talk about the upcoming Olympics and his role in them. This is a GREAT episode! Don't miss it!

As always, you should check out my blog and follow me on Twitter(@coachmikeswim). Check out my archived past episodes as well.

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July 5, 2012 @ 7:02 am

#coachmikepodcast episode 22

Chris Hindmarch-Watson checks in from Omaha and chats about US Olympic Trials. Also, Braden Keith from Swim Swam talks about story lines of the week and answers this important question:

World records are typically being made by people in their mid-late 20s. Swim Canada is using this as a line to get kids swimming longer... but the first 2 swimmers to make the Olympic Team were high schoolers. Rachel Bootsma & Missy Franklin are high schoolers. Missy's whole semi-final heat was high schoolers. Katie Ledecky is a high schooler. Is the trend different that we expected; are high schoolers the new wave?

As always, you should check out my blog and follow me on Twitter (@coachmikeswim). Check out my archived past episodes as well.

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