Blurb about the presentation published in the Coaches Clinic Program
The first page asked three questions:
Title of your favorite game played with your team: ___________
See the results and insights gathered from the willing participants in the audience.
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Coach Mark Rauterkus at NorCal’s Pacific Swim Coaches Clinic in Napa, California in January 2018.
Photo credit: Tisha Steimle.
The presentation slides are split between two Keynote files due to size issues. If you are using an iPad or Macintosh, send me an email or leave a comment below in the blog and I’ll send you a link straight to the Keynote file via iCloud.
Slides in PDF format:
Slides in PowerPoint format:
Part one via Google Drive
Part two via Google Drive Slides in SlideShare, embedded here:
Part 1 of 2:
Part 2 of 2:
Five videos do not embed in the PDFs nor with PowerPoint. They do play with the SlideShare or below.
Swimming and Water Polo co-exist
VIDEO Pittsburgh Public Schools Westinghouse afterschool program doing water polo across pool
VIDEO North Allegheny Tiger Water Polo doing ball control
VIDEO Show off swim at PPS Summer Dreamers by Nahayo in early summer across deep end
VIDEO Squad, called Voyagers, doing a cheer at end of SKWIM game at Swim & Water Polo with Summer Dreamers
Use the comments box below to submit your questions, comments and perhaps the name of the game you play with your team and swimmers.
Snapshots from Napa:
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Jack, Craig, Mark, Mark, Reed in the exhibit hall with a SKWIM disk
Doug Djang, coach at KING Aquatics in Napa.
Speaker notes from Jack
Head Coach Jack Bauerle, University of Georgia, Mens and Womens Swimming and Diving
We played some SKWIM at the hotel pool the next morning.
Outdoor pool at the Napa Valley Marriott
Bill Brenner, left, and Ed Mageean, right, leading the course, Building and Growing a Successful US Masters Swim Program
Key rings from cork tops
Carol, Guy, Mark, Bill and Julian
Last Updated on May 10, 2020