TCU - Cooper Robinson
His successes include one school record in the 200yd backstroke (1:43.41) and multiple NCAA “B” cuts
Bowling Green State University
U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” nationally recognized BGSU among the top national universities with a strong commitment to teaching undergrad
University of Richmond - Matt Barany
During his time with the program his swimmers have reached the NCAA Championships, earned All-American status and broken over 60 school marks
by Josh Huger (MrUtopia)
Created April 25th, 2010 03:57:18 PM
Modified April 25th, 2010 03:57:18 PM
According to Swimnews.com Heather Pritchard of Australia is the latest inventor to try and help the swimming world move forward. Pritchard who is 49, from Beechboro recently created a new device that helps swimmers practice turns at high speed while working on their underwater kicking. This new device has been given the name (WatrWing).
Down Under reports say that the WatrWing allows swimmers to, “Steer themselves underwater, ascend, descend, twist and turn in a range of movements”.
Check out more on this story at http://www.swimnews.com/News/view/7659