Courtesy of: SwimmingWorld.TV
PHOENIX, Arizona, September 9. JASON Turcotte joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show not long after returning to the United States after leading the USA women's team to a successful outcome at the junior world championships.
Though Turcotte was the head women's coach in Dubai, he had his eyes on three particular swimmers that are a part of his team at Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta. He talks about the gold medal performances by Kylie Stewart and Gunnar Bentz, as well as the way Jay Litherland handled not racing until the end of the meet. As head coach of Dynamo, he has a lot of work to do this upcoming season. Not only is the club about to celebrate 50 years in existence, but it's looking for replacement assistant coaches, which Turcotte says has not been a difficult thing to do, as many are looking to work with the storied team. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.
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