MAC Masters 100 x 100/75/50 event, May 2016
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Are you a former youth, high school or college swimmer? Then, Masters could be just the workout or cross-training tool you are looking for! Masters is also perfect for triathletes. Masters is for MAC members, 18 years and older. Joining is as easy as adding Masters to your membership for $35.00 each month. Members are encouraged to try the Masters Program for two complimentary weeks. See Aquatic Office for more details.
The MAC Masters Swim Team is a registered US Masters Team. With over 50,000 adults registered in USMS, you will be part of a great organization. Competitions are totally optional. Check out all of the benefits available for Masters swimmers at their website www.usms.org.
- On deck coaching
- Structured workout regimen
- Stroke technique evaluation
- Camaraderie and fun
- Opportunity to learn the latestswim skills
- Stroke technique video taping
|5:30 – 7 am
Coach Hubbard or Herrick
|6:30 – 8 pm
Coach Clancy or Tompkins
|7:45 – 9:15 am
|7:45 – 9:15 am
Masters open to 18 years and older.
Our Masters Coaches
Steve Clancy. USMS Level III Coach. Steve has been swimming Masters for nearly 20 years and has been affiliated with a number of different Masters clubs in Chicago and Houston. He swam competitively in high school and competed at the Masters level in both local meets and Regional/Zones.
James Herrick. USMS Level III Coach. James has been involved with swimming for just over 20 years. He swam both club and high school in Texas and swam at the Division I collegiate level for the University of Missouri-Columbia. After his college career, he continued swimming with the Masters program at the university, where he trained with several Ironman triathletes. With experience in stroke and technique training for swimmers and triathletes ranging from beginners to pros, he can assist Masters swimmers to meet their short and long term goals.
Russell Hubbard. Working on USMS Level II Coach Cert. Russell is a native to the Spring Branch Memorial area swimming at Dad's Club and Spring Woods High School. He also swam in college at Southwest Texas State University. Russell began teaching swimming to adults and children as a teenager. He has also worked with physically and mentally challenged children and adults, with Red Cross Adapted Aquatics. Russell is certified in both Red Cross and YMCA coaching certifications and participates in many USMS and FINA Events.
Robin Tompkins. USMS Level II Coach. A fitness swimmer for years, Robin changed workout locations and stumbled into a local Masters team. With it came an interest in competitive swimming which demands stroke efficiency, and a passion for studying proper technique. She has been swimming competitively for 4 years in all strokes and distances, including open water. Robin's goal is continual improvement. She also coaches a local summer swim league with 100 + swimmers.