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Extractions: A big thank-you and congratulations to the forty SCAMmers who participated in the one-hour swim last month. It was tremendously inspiring for me as both a coach and fellow athlete to watch so many great swimmers band together for the marathon of Masters Swimming. I think the postal swim deserves two points, don't you? I do appreciate everyone's patience and understanding that morning. It was one of those times when everything happened all at once. I've definitely learned ways to make it an even bigger success next year. February marks a transition in training to the next mesocycle within the short-course season, which is the competition period. Emphasis will shift from endurance to sprinting for all but distance swimmers. You may have noticed an increased amount of yardage set aside each week for kicking, which was intentional. You may expect even more of that in the weeks ahead. Focus now is on race-pace training: lactate production training (Spr-2), lactate tolerance training (Spr-1), power training (Spr-3), with enough endurance training to maintain improvements gained over the last several months. The overall weekly yardage may drop, however, intensity should increase. Attack each workout with gusto, and continue to find ways to improve your streamline.
Www.TexasSports.com Men s swimming and diving sweeps Big 12 honors while women s squad secures meet Crocker added another world record as he broke alexander popov s 10year http://www.texassports.com/mainpages/sw_pages/2003_04/010/040204_40.html
Extractions: Ian Crocker Sarah Wanezek Jonathan Linette Garrett Weber-Gale AUSTIN, Texas- The University of Texas men's swimming and diving team swept the Big 12 Conference postseason awards and the women's squad secured two honors, the league office announced this week. Senior Ian Crocker (Portland, Maine) and junior Sarah Wanezek (Brookfield, Wis.) took home Swimmer of the Year honors while junior Jonathan Linette (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), freshman Garrett Weber-Gale (Fox Point, Wis.) and coaches Eddie Reese, Matt Scoggin, Jill Sterkel and Mike Walker also received awards. Overall, Crocker finished the meet with six All-America honors as he added a runner-up finish in the 50-meter freestyle and the 200-meter medley relay, while also competing on the 200-meter freestyle relay that placed sixth. Crocker wrapped up his NCAA career as a 10-time NCAA Champion and a 22-time NCAA All-American. His resume includes being a part of two teams that won national titles and he currently holds world records in six events including the 50-meter butterfly (long course), 100-meter butterfly (short and long course), the 100-meter freestyle (short course) and the 400-meter medley relay (short and long course). Wanezek's Big 12 Swimmer of the Year honor is the second of her career as she earned the same distinction last year. At the 2004 NCAA Championships in College Station, Texas, Wanezek earned four NCAA All-America honors and three NCAA All-America Honorable Mention awards, bringing her career tally to 11 and six, respectively. A native of Brookfield, Wis., Wanezek has won 12 Big 12 titles in the last three years, including six this past February when she won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles, the 100-yard butterfly, the 200-yard freestyle relay and the 200- and 400-yard medley relays.
Extractions: In this issue: President Bob Seltzer's short list of why this Spring's New England Championships will be the biggest and best ever: The New England Short Course Yards Championship is the largest regional Masters meet east of the Mississippi. We expect 400+ swimmers. Brown University, site of past USMS National Championships, will feature two 8-lane courses with Colorado electronic timing systems on both courses (total of 16 lanes). The meet is expected to end in the early afternoon on Saturday and on Sunday. (16 lanes for all events will speed up the meet.) More than 40 workout groups in the New England Masters Swim Club will strive to score points for their groups at the meet. The meet offers all short course (25 yard pool) individual events: 50, 100, 200 of each stroke; 100, 200, 400 IM; 500, 1000 and 1650 distance events. All relay events: women, men, and mixed gender relays in 200 and 400 free and medley, 800 free. Pre-meet information will be available via the web: psych sheets, heat sheets, meet roster, and time line.
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