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  • Doug’s 2016 Chesapeake Bay Swim report

    Doug’s 2016 Chesapeake Bay Swim report

    Coming into the 25th Great Chesapeake Bay Swim forecasted heavy wind conditions up to 33 knots (ALMOST 40 MPH) were enough to grab anyone’s attention. The silver lining here was the direction…..WNW….giving us a very favorable and wavy push to the East in warm temperatures of 72 degrees. Those swimmers with sensitive stomachs and an

  • Jim Clifford sets English Channel Record

    Jim Clifford is a great swimmer and really nice down to earth guy. I met Jim several years back at the Germantown Indoor pool…..he was fast and fun to pace and since that time we see each other at the Chesapeake Bay Swim each year. He’s transformed himself into the ultimate open water swimmer braving

  • S4P and Mirror Learning

    We are all “visual” learners. From a swimming perspective having the ability to see yourself swim in real time is a huge advantage over just thinking you are doing the right move. How many times has your coach yelled “you’re crossing over…..dropping your elbows…..surfboarding your pull”…..and you don’t have a clue that it’s happening or