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Just to update Talked to Garrett he informs me that the NCAA will stonewall any attempts to film and put races up on our website. Apparently they would rather have no one be able to watch the meet than to have someone to come in and publicize their championships for free. Do you or Garrett know who...
Section 14 article six on page 55 of the rulebook: "c. If the electronic relay takeoff equipment detects an exchange differential (takeoff pad time minus finish pad time) of –0.09 through +0.09 second inclusive from the manufacturer’s starting point, the decision(s) of the human judge(s) shall not b...
- Tue Jan 20, 2009 3:21 pm
- Forum: Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association
- Topic: Suits
- Replies: 33
- Views: 4360
I have, for a while now, stressed the importance of the normal progression of the sport . concerning these suits. Here's an article from floswimming related to that.... http://www.floswimming.org/blogs/blogger/clbrammer/5688-the-introduction-of-a-bias-into-the-natural-progression-of-swim-performanc...
There is a difference in doping and using high tech devices. There are no long term side effects to wearing a LAZR, unless you count testicular constriction haha. Athletes should be prohibited from using anything to gain a competitive edge that messes with biochemistry and can have negative side ef...
- Mon Nov 24, 2008 3:03 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: 2008 NCAA D3Swimming.com Recruit Class Rankings
- Replies: 51
- Views: 10977
i think the word "change" belongs after ranking
Regarding the backstroke to breaststroke transition, make sure your swimmer is exhaling, some people don't exhale (or at least not completely) when swimming these strokes due to the ability to breathe more often. Also, clarification of what is meant by "hard" sets would be helpful (i.e. long aerobic...