Lessons With The Legends: Bill Boomer

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Lessons With The Legends: Bill Boomer

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Swimming World continues its “Lessons With the Legends,” a series in which top coaches share secrets of their success, in the December issue by highlighting coach Bill Boomer. Boomer has worked closely with swimmers nationally since he first began coaching in the 1960s. Along with coaching Boomer also helped develop the modern-day track start. In a quick interview author Michael Stott demonstrates the historical impact Boomer has had on the sport through his involvement coaching, officiating, and developing new techniques and software for the sport.

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