Gary Hall Sr. from The Race Club will talk about the Newtonian laws that reign over us. The Fundamentals of Fast Swimming are the basis of everything we teach at The Race Club. Learn cutting edge information for your own swimming training program from the best in the sport of Swimming and Triathlon. See how science relates to how we move in the water. Understanding the principles and the laws that govern each and every one of us, will give you an advantage over your competition. Understanding the principles is the first step in swimming faster.
Gary Hall, Sr.
Since retiring in 2006 as a physician, and moving with his wife Mary, to Islamorada in the Florida Keys, Dr. Gary Hall has now dedicated his life to swim coaching technique and swim training methods to children, masters, fitness and health swimmers, and triathletes and others at The Race Club Camps. He brings his science background, knowledge and experience in swim stroke mechanics and a strong passion for swimming to offer an unsurpassed quality of teaching at The Race Club in both Islamorada and Coronado, California. Swimmers of all ages and abilities come from around the world to learn from and be inspired by Gary Hall Sr. and give themselves the lifetime gift of swimming. “Gary Hall Sr. is probably the best collegiate swimmer in the world. He is just as valuable as Mark Spitz ever was and more and has given us academic acceptability. Gary’s accomplishments have helped tremendously in making people realize that Indiana University is a very good academic school.” – “Doc” James Counsilman’s testimony to Gary Hall, Sr. at their final NCAA Championships. Hall’s swimming record is one of amazing successes. Gary has held 10 world swimming records. In both 1969 and 1970, he was named World Swimmer of the Year. In the 1970 NCAA swimming Championship, he alone scored a record 56.5 points. He was a leader as Captain of the Indiana University swim team that in his senior year won its 6th straight NCAA Championship. Gary was elected team co-Captain for the Olympic men’s swim teams of 1972 and 1976. In 1976, he was selected by all of the United States Olympic athletes to carry the American Flag leading the Olympic Team into the Opening Ceremonies in Montreal, Canada. He was the only USA Olympic swimmer ever selected for that honor until Michael Phelps in 2016. https://theraceclub.com/
USA Triathlon Coach Webinars
USA Triathlon offers a variety of webinars designed specifically for triathlon coaches. Each webinar is approximately 60 minutes in length. Webinars can be purchased for $34.99 each and come with the webinar recording, PowerPoint slides and a 10 question webinar exam. Coaches earn 1 USAT CEU upon passing a webinar exam. A passing score is 80% or higher. Please note, webinar purchases are nonrefundable.
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