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2014 EASTERN ZONE SELECT TEAM  INCLUDES 3 MARYLAND SWIMMING ATHLETES

Camp Site: UMBC May 29-June 1, 2014
Site Director: Chad Cradock RAC & UMBC
Assistant Coach: Stevie POsegay, NBAC
Cassie Kalisz, NBAC, IMX
Raphael Bechtold, NBAC, IMX
Tyler Kim, EST, IMX

Megan Viohl, EST Named to the 2014 USA Swimming Women's National Open Water Select Camp

Chase Kalisz, NBAC - University of Georgia,
Destroys American, US Open and NCAA Record in 400 IM

2012-2013 LC Maryland Swimmers of the Year

2012-2013 SC Maryland Swimmers of the Year

2012-2013 USA Swimming Scholastic All American Team

CAA's Taye Baldinazzo is selected for the 2014 USA Swimming Diversity Select Camp, in the 1650 Free.

NBAC 's Chase Kalisz a Golden Goggles Award Winner: Breakout Performer of the Year for 2012-2013

International Team Members - These MD swimmers have qualified for teams that represent 
the United States in competitions around the globe.


4 Marylanders Make the 2014 USA Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships Team
The roster, which is highlighted by London 2012 Paralympic Games gold medalists Jessica Long (Baltimore, Md.), Ian Silverman (Baltimore, Md.) and U.S. Navy veteran Brad Snyder (Baltimore, Md.), includes 19 members of the 2012 U.S. Paralympic Team. London medalist  Rebecca Meyers (Timonium, Md.) will also compete at the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships.

USA Swimming has named the  2013-2014 National and National Junior Teams - 6 Maryland Swimmers Make the Teams. All are from NBAC. Conor Dwyer, Chase Kalisz, Austin Surhoff, Annie Zhu and Gillian Ryan made the National Team. Cierra Runge made the National Junior Team.  Congratulations to all!!


2013 3 Baltimoreans Make the USA Paralympics World Championship Team.
Jessica Long (NBAC) , Rebecca Meyers (NBAC) and Ian Silverman (NBAC)
 

2013 Junior Worlds Championships:
Cierra Runge, NBAC

Olympic Team Members
Pan Pacific Team Members
Pan American Team Members
World University Games Team Members - Austin Surhoff
World Games Team Members - Conor Dwyer, Chase Kalisz, Bob Bowman, Yannick Agnel will represent France
National 2013- 2014 Team Members - Conor Dwyer, Chase Kalisz, Austin Surhoff, Annie Zhu, Gillian Ryan
National 2013- 2014 Junior Team Members - Cierra Runge

National Level Qualifiers
Olympic Trial Participants
National Qualifiers
US Open Qualifiers
Junior National Qualifiers
USA Swimming Top 10:    Current      Archives (Top 10 and Top 16)

MD Swimming Teams and Qualifiers
MD SC Top 10 Updated 3.30.2014
MD LC Top 10 Updated 6.29.2014
All-Maryland Team: 2013-2016 SCY Yards Qualifying Times      2013-2016 LCM Qualifying Times
AAAA Time Achievers  SCY 2013-2014 - Updated 3.19.2014
AAAA Time Achievers  LCM 2012-2013 - Updated 9.8.2013

Scholastic All America Team

2011-2012 Complete Roster     Girls    Boys
2009-2010 Complete Roster:    Girls    Boys
2008-2009 Complete Roster:    Girls    Boys 

MD Swimming Awards - Photo Galleries:
2008 - 2009 SC & LC Swimmer Awards
2008 - 2009 Coaches of the Year & Referee Recognition
2009 Grant Program Check Presentations

Trivia Question

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New Question:

The introduction of goggles to competitive swimming in the late 1960's is widely regarded as one of the greatest transformational technological advances in the history of the sport. Prior to their introduction, the amount of time swimmers could spend training or swimming distances, was limited by the harmful effects of chlorine and salt water on the eyes.
Who was the first swimmer to wear goggles in International pool competition, and what country was he from?

Swimmers who have answered correctly: John Fitzsimmons, Lance Rombro, Jonathan Daniel, Evan Weber, Anna Mason, Tess Beckett, Maddie Dooley, Lauren Waire, James Petrera, Ryan Miller

Last Month's Winner : Lauren Waire, NBAC


Answer: 10K


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