Tag: Chloe Sutton

Tough Olympian Pool Workouts

Two-time Olympic pool and open water swimmer Chloe Sutton was known for working out very hard. With her permission, we observed a few of her 50-meter pool workouts in Mission Viejo, California under the coaching of Bill Rose where she focused on both her endurance and speed . Day One:400 warm-up on 6:004 x 100 on 2:00 (drill 25 armpit and 25 fingertip

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Say It Ain’t So Chloe Sutton

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Every world-class open water swimmer comes from the pool swimming community. They trained hard, competed well, and then found their innate talents were best suited to the open water swimming world. They fine-tuned their skills and swimming technique first in the pool and then transferred their

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The Pleasure And Payne Of Coaching

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Coach John Payne of SEAL Innovation Team works closely with Olympians Alex Meyer, Chloe Sutton, gold medalist Charlie Houchin, world championship medalist Ashley Twichell, and Puerto Rican swimmer Christian Bayo. He is also the Director of Coaching for the Triangle Aquatic Center when he coaches an age

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Safe Swimming Suggestions

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Olympians Janet Evans, Jason Lezak, Chloe Sutton, Rowdy Gaines, Anthony Ervin, and Jessica Hardy were in Long Beach, California today giving advice on how to be safe around the water. With a collective 20 Olympic medals and 38 world records between them, they all had fantastically interesting tidbits of

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Make A Splash Tour Comes To Long Beach

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Dear Long Beach Make a Splash Tour participant, Between the excitement of listening to Olympians and Olympic gold medalists like Anthony Ervin, Rowdy Gaines, Janet Evans, Jessica Hardy, Jason Lezak, and Chloe Sutton talk at the USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash Tour, interested swimmers can also learn

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All Eyes On The Olympians

Chloe Sutton, a long-time open water swimmer turned pool Olympian, and Dana Vollmer, an occasional ocean swimmer and mainstay on the USA Olympic swim team, are often found smiling. For good reason: they are blazing fast and are often found on top of awards podiums. The duo were named as two of the most gorgeous women on the American Olympic team. Natalie

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Chloe Sutton Among Those To Watch

Ryan Seacrest may be a bit early in calling Chloe Sutton a 2012 Olympian (since she will have her chance to qualify for the USA Olympic Team in June), but the ubiquitous American celebrity did label the multiple national pool and open water swimming champion from Mission Viejo, California and a 2008 Olympic marathon swimmer one of the world's Hottest Female

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