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      Get up to date on all the latest FKSC news. Read on the success our athletes had at Junior Olympic Championships and Zones and the welcome back to Jon Olsen as Head Coach for the FKSC. As well as some news for the Coral Shores High School squad with their season kicking off on September 2nd with the first dual meet at Gulliver.

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        The 2009 US Junior N2009 Speedo Junior Championshipsational Championships are taking place in Federal Way, WA. Ashley Brewer from the Best Swim Club is swimming in this meet. I tried my best to get her tapered and ready for this meet the last two weeks in Miami and the Keys, so all her hard work during this season can pay off. It look as Ashley had a good meet so far. For complete results of the meet, please go to the Star Meet site.

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          Michael Phelps is back on the charitybuzz Auctions website. Place your bid for your chance to attend a swim clinic with the greatest Olympian in history. The proceeds for this auction will benefit the Volunteer Lawyers Project. Again the currently placed bid is already pretty high, so you might as well want to check out the Race Club website for an unique swimming experience.

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            Garrett McCaffrey known from Floswimming is back streaming interviews with the world’s finest athletes from our sport over at SwimPulse. Check out the interview with World Team Member Mike Cavic before his races.

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              In his latest Aqua Note, Gary Hall Sr. honors his coach who passed away last week. Read how Flip Darr influenced Gary Hall Sr.’s youth in the “In Memory of Flip” column.

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                Coach Dan gives a short overview of the great success of the FKSC athletes at the DII Championships last weekend. Our Junior Olympics squad got even bigger last weekend and we’re all looking forward to fast swimming.

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                  In his latest Aqua Note Gary Hall Sr. tells you about the history of the Olympic Games and the roots of the Race Club. Read it all in his column – “The Original Race Club“.

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                    Please, go and check out All Swimmers Unite. A non-profit foundation helping to secure the future of men’s and women’s collegiate swim programs. They strive to educate the public about the importance of collegiate swimming and want to provide financial support to collegiate swim programs across the nation. We saw some of the greatest athletes coming from collegiate swim programs such as American Nick Brunelli (watch his call for All Swimmers Unite).