Tag: Dave Salo

Three Is A Charm For Catherine Kase

Three Is A Charm For Catherine Kase Courtesy of USA Swimming and Swimming World Magazine, University of Southern California. Catherine Kase (née Vogt) stood lakeside on the Serpentine in central London during the 2012 London Olympic Games. She saw two of her athletes achieve podium positions: Haley Anderson took the silver medal while Oussama Mellouli of

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USA Swimming Plans For A Bright Future

At the United States Aquatics Sports Convention, administrators, coaches, and athletes from the different aquatic disciplines of pool swimming, open water swimming, synchronized swimming, diving, water polo, and masters swimming get together to discuss the past, present and future of aquatics in America. During the opening day, the first of several open

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Trojans Heading To Battle In London

Under the leadership of Head Coach Dave Salo with assistants Kevin Clements and Catherine Vogt, the USC (University of Southern California) Trojans will be coming out in full force at the upcoming 2012 London Olympics. There are numerous Trojans (current, incoming and former students and club members) scheduled to compete for several countries in swimming

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Do You Need Open Water Swimming?

Triathlon Magazine has published a recent article that incorporates the opinions and recommendations of superstar athlete Sara McLarty and one of the most accomplished masters swimming and triathlon coaches Mike Collins entitled Do You Need Open Water Swimming? Our opinion of the answer depends on who you are. If you are a race director, you most

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