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Minnetonka Masters Assistant Swim Coach (part-time) job – Minnetonka Public Schools – Minnetonka, MN

Posted by | March 14, 2017 | Swim Coach Jobs, United States Masters Swimming

Minnetonka Masters Assistant Swim Coach (part-time) Minnetonka Public Schools  – Minnetonka, MN

Part-time Openings as of 3/14/2017 Minnetonka Masters Assistant Swim Coach (part-time) JobID: 3557 Position Type:Aquatics/ Swim Coach/Assistant Coach Date Posted:3/10/2017

Location: Minnetonka Aquatics Date Available:ASAP Closing Date:open until filled Assignment:  Part-time. Schedule is mostly in the early morning Monday-Friday. There is a potential for some afternoons and evenings. Flexibility needed for scheduling with other Aquatics programs and events. Minimum Hourly Rate:$14.07 Primary Objective of Position:Coach practices and work with adult swimmers of various ages and abilities. Job Responsibilities:1. Teach adult swimmers of all ages and abilities. 2. Run workouts without supervision. 3. Attend Minnetonka Aquatics meets and events as needed. 4. Maintain a high level of responsibility and professionalism. Job Qualifications: 1. Extensive background in competitive swimming. 2. Experience as a swim coach for at least 2 years. 3. Experience with triathlon and open water swimming (preferred). 4. Evidence of positive interpersonal skills; ability to relate well to children and adults. 5. Current American Red Cross Certifications in First Aid, CPR, Swim Coaches Safety Training (preferred). 6. Demonstrated leadership and public relations skills. 7. Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality. 8. Possess ability to utilize various teaching methods. 9. Possess ability to structure appropriate workouts for swimmers based on season training plan. 10. Strong communication skills and positive interpersonal skills

Source: Minnetonka Masters Assistant Swim Coach (part-time) job – Minnetonka Public Schools – Minnetonka, MN | Indeed.com

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YMCA Aquatics Center to Host 2018 UANA Pan American Masters Championships

Posted by | October 25, 2016 | Aquatic Center, United States Masters Swimming, YMCA

The Central Florida YMCA is partnering with the Union Americana de Natacion (UANA) and U.S. Masters Swimming to host the 2018 Pan American Masters Championship.The event will be held July 25 through Aug. 12 at the venerated YMCA Aquatic Center on Orlando’s International Drive. USMS, the national governing body for adult swimming, bid for and was awarded the championship by UANA, an organization that oversees amateur aquatic sports competition in the Western Hemisphere.This will be the second time the USA has hosted the biennial event.The championship is expected to attract about 2,500 athletes from the Americas. Events will include diving, swimming, water polo, open water swimming and synchronized swimming.“It is an honor for the Central Florida YMCA to host The UANA Pan American Masters Championships,” said CFYMCA Vice President Rowdy Gaines in a press release. “We recognize the prestige of hosting this international event, and our Masters teams, corporate partners, and our incredible volunteers are so excited to welcome the world of Masters Aquatics to Orlando, Florida. … The Masters family is very special to me and I can’t wait to swim the 50 meter freestyle and relays with my own teammates!”Added Mel Goldstein, chairman of the UANA Masters Committee: “The popularity of Orlando will make this the largest Masters event, other than a World Championship, ever held in North America.”2018 Pan American Masters Championships ScheduleDiving: July 25-27, 2018Swimming: July 28-August 3, 2018Open Water Swimming: August 4 and 5, 2018Water Polo: August 5-9, 2018Synchronized Swimming: August 10-12, 2018

Source: YMCA Aquatics Center to Host 2018 UANA Pan American Masters Championships| Aquatics International Magazine | Swimming, Competitions, International Projects, U.S. Masters Swimming, Florida

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101-year-old Japanese swimmer aims for more records | TODAYonline

Posted by | July 28, 2016 | Swimming, United States Masters Swimming

NARASHINO (Japan) — As the world’s top swimmers prepare for the Rio Olympics, a sprightly Japanese centenarian insists she will still be smashing records by the time the 2020 Tokyo Games roll around.

Source: 101-year-old Japanese swimmer aims for more records | TODAYonline

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U.S. Masters Swimming brings spring nationals back to Greensboro this week – Greensboro News & Record: Recreation

Posted by | April 27, 2016 | Aquatic Center, Swim Meet, United States Masters Swimming

The biggest single meet held by the 60,000-member organization begins Thursday and runs through Sunday at the Greensboro Aquatics Center.

Source: http://www.greensboro.com/

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U.S. Masters Swimming Hires New CEO

Posted by | March 15, 2016 | Swimming, United States Masters Swimming, USMS

Sarasota, Fla., March 15, 2016—The USMS Board of Directors has selected Dawson Hughes to be Masters Swimming’s new chief executive officer. Hughes joins USMS from the Orange Bowl Committee, where he served as vice president of business development. The Orange Bowl is a South Florida nonprofit sports organization that features a year-round schedule of events culminating with the Capital One Orange Bowl, a top-tier college football postseason bowl game.

Source: U.S. Masters Swimming Hires New CEO

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