Jack Roach: Team USA’s Bridge Between Coaches, Athletes & Self-Understanding

Jack Roach, centre, with 2015 USA world junior 4x200m free champions (l-r) Grant House, Grant Shoults, Maxime Rooney and Sean Grieshop (courtesy of Jack Roach, Facebook)

In the ranks of the quiet contributors to surround-sound success in swimming, there’s a man called Jack Roach, who has led a USA juniors tour and training program for several years – and now has a new role doing what he’s so good at doing: talking to talent and mentors one-on-one, telling it like it is, honesty harnessed not as a challenge but a strength

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In the ranks of the quiet contributors to surround-sound success in swimming, there’s a man called Jack Roach, who has led a USA juniors tour and training program for several years – and now has a new role doing what he’s so good at doing: talking to talent and mentors one-on-one, telling it like it is, honesty harnessed not as a challenge but a strength

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