Lessons From Legends: USA Swimming’s Enduring Roses

Guest writer Chuck Warner considers the lessons to be learned from fellow US coach Bill Rose and his wife Siga at Mission Viejo Nadadores – from a time before the 10,000 challenge taken on by Mike Bruner through to Bill preparing charges for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio at 70 years young; “While many coaches in America have flocked to collegiate coaching and a seemingly easier lifestyle, greater job security and a chance to pick over the world’s top talent, the Roses continue to build swimmers from the proverbial cradle to the grave”

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Guest writer Chuck Warner considers the lessons to be learned from fellow US coach Bill Rose and his wife Siga at Mission Viejo Nadadores – from a time before the 10,000 challenge taken on by Mike Bruner through to Bill preparing charges for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio at 70 years young; “While many coaches in America have flocked to collegiate coaching and a seemingly easier lifestyle, greater job security and a chance to pick over the world’s top talent, the Roses continue to build swimmers from the proverbial cradle to the grave”

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