Morning Swim Show: AZ Postgrads’ New Website to Help Students in Classroom

PHOENIX, Arizona, April 17. TODAY'S edition of The Morning Swim Show features University of Arizona postgrad swimmers Nimrod Shapira Bar-Or and Adam Small, who are collaborating on a new venture to help college students.

The two talk about and how its start came from Shapira Bar-Or's high school days when he traveled often to swim meets and felt left behind in classroom work. The website has grown quickly in two years, and they talk about how the classroom notes-sharing site is not for the “lazy student,” but for those looking for an ethical way to stay current with the class schedule. It's a busy undertaking, combined with their pool training, and they talk about how swimming has helped them with time management to make it all work. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews, and learn more about ClassBuster by visiting the website.

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