Celebrating our OlympicCoach

SwimMAC CEO and Director of Coaching David Marsh was announced as the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women's Team coach on Wednesday, September 9th during the American Swimming Coaches Association conference in Cleveland, Ohio. He returned home on Sunday and was surprised with a gathering of friends, family, colleagues, swimmers, and supporters. The Port City Club on Lake Norman in Cornelius hosted the event.

David Marsh announced as the head coach of the U.S. Women's Team for the 2016 Olympics

David Marsh named as 2016 U.S. Olympic swimming team's head women's coach

SwimMAC's own Coach Marsh received a huge honor today during a live announcement by USA Swimming, when he was named as the head coach of the U.S. Women's Team for the 2016 Olympic Games.

The Rio Games will be Coach Marsh's first as a head coach, although he served as a men's team assistant in the 1996, 2000, and 2012 Olympic Games.
"This is a great honor and a tremendous responsibility," said Marsh. "I look forward to the challenge of leading Team USA's women into the 2016 Games and representing our country and our sport to the best of our ability."

Raise the roof! Renovation underway at Latin training center

The roof replacement project and building renovation at our SwimMAC Training Center on the Charlotte Latin School campus began Monday, July 20, 2015. Contractors began demolition of the locker rooms and the roof on July 27th. During construction, Volo Multisport and Carolina Swim Shop will remain open as long as feasible. SwimMAC staff will continue to work out of the offices until the roof work extends into that area of the building. Please visit the Latin Renovation Plan page on our website for pictures and updates on the work in progress.

SwimMAC Masters take 1st place at Sunbelt Championships!

Forty three SwimMAC Masters swimmers and six members of  Team Elite competed in the 41st Annual Sunbelt Masters Championships at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center January 31 - February 2. It was a great showing from all of the masters swimmers, including six first-time Masters competitors: Amy Abbott, Karen Hefron, Milt Jones, Randy Souther, Michael Stern, and Sara Meredith.


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