PHOENIX, Arizona, January 11. SwimmingWorld.TV returns to the CeraVe Invitational hosted by the Berkeley Aquatic Club on the campus of Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J., this weekend
SwimmingWorld.TV will be on site with its multiple-camera streaming system spanning Jan. 15-17. On top of live streaming every night of finals on our home page, we will also have student interns providing wall-to-wall editorial coverage that will be posted on the event landing page.
"I am looking forward to a weekend of fast swimming in the northeast, where Swimming World teams with interns from local high schools in New Jersey, who are interested in the field of internet media," SwimmingWorld.TV producer Garrett McCaffrey said.
"This will be my second year of involvement with the CeraVe Invitational," Swimming World managing editor Jason Marsteller said. "I was proud of the work the student reporters put into last year, and am expecting the same type of great outing from this year's student reporters."
Additionally, on-demand footage of each finals session will be available at the event landing page as it is processed throughout the weekend.
The meet is in its second year with title sponsor CeraVe stepping up to support the sport in New Jersey. Developed with dermatologists, CeraVe is a unique blend of skin-nourishing, skin-silkening ingredients combined with a patented Multivesicular Emulsion (MVE) delivery technology that, together, work to rebuild and repair the skin barrier.
The patented technology assists in delivering these essential ingredients slowly, throughout the day, deep into the top layer of your skin, also known as the stratum corneum. As a result of this unique action, CeraVe rebuilds the lipid bilayer and repairs the skin barrier, creating healthier, more beautiful skin. For more information, check out www.CeraVe.com.