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Apparently I missed something – My Vote by Barbara Parker

With the current interpretation, my vote last year has been invalidated (I voted for the president to serve only for two more years) and my vote for next year has been taken away I not only lost my vote during this convention, but I will be prevented from changing leadership if I feel that there is someone more able to lead the organization. This not only affects me, but all of the coaches and athletes from my Association until 2004. more


When you call me COACH... By Kevin A Sage


A Case for Growth in Lieu of Elimination by Kevin Sage

Is there an opportunity that we are missing from the age group programs on up to the senior/international level? How exciting will the Sr. Zone meets be this weekend? If you go, think about it while you are there. How can these high level meets be marketed differently? Why are we not filling up the bleachers with 1,000's more


The Diving Utopians

"If we can get all of our best divers training together , pushing and supporting each other, if they don't have to worry about money to live so all they have to do is concentrate on diving, if we get the best coach or coaches to train them, if coaches would just put away their egos and send their divers to the training center, we will get back on top. more


DIVER SAFETY

by Wayne Oras

A younger Oras

The intention of this article is to bring an awareness to the diver regarding potential situations that they may face when using different facilities for practices and/or meets. The safety of the Sport speaks for itself. It is up to the diver and/or the coach to keep that record unblemished in the future.The intention of this article is to bring an awareness to the diver regarding potential situations that they may face when using different facilities for practices and/or meets. The safety of the Sportspeaks for itself. It is up to the diver and/or the coachto keep that record unblemished in the future.more


Searching for some common sense A Matter of Opinion

John Helm

Management at our local swimming pool claims there is a risk involved when novice divers move the fulcrum when using the diving boards. I claim there is no risk. I began diving in 1940, and continue to dive in the masters program. I have coached high school divers for fifteen years, and college divers for ten years. I don't ever recall anyone getting hurt from moving the fulcrum. more


What's Up Down Under by Mike Martens
Beyond those competitions though, there is a genuine commitment from all of the National coaches to put Australian Diving ahead of their individual programs.Div There is one goal common to all coaches and divers Australia achieving successful international results. Opinions will vary as to whether that is the case in the U.S.A. More

Sample News Releases
"Made the Team"
"Competed in a Meet"
by Jim Kelly

Diving Is A Bore by Hobie Billingsley

This article looking at the transition from high school to college diving was written by Hobie Billingsley, formerly the coach at Indiana University, as well as the coach of Olympic Gold Medalists in Barcelona and Atlanta. Billingsley also represented the United States on the judging panel at the Barcelona and Atlanta Olympic Games.


Diving Anyway
A Springboard to Extinction
Intereting Accident Information
Summary Version Intereting Accident Information
byWayne Oras

 

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