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BCSC 2018 Unity Meet

Safe Sport: If you don’t speak up – who will?

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Photos at the top of this page are of the MD Swimming Open Water All Star Team competing in the LSC Open Water Challenge in Florida

 

Click for pictures from the CBAC Long Distance Meet https://www.sondrahuntphotography.com/Maryland-Swimming/2018-CBAC-Spring-Long-Course-Meet/

Click for pictures from the NAAC Chidester Meet https://dalymacphoto.smugmug.com/Maryland-Swimming/2018/Carol-Chidester-Memorial-LC/

Click to see Fantastic photos from the FLORIDA OPEN WATER Meet

 

RECORD BREAKER: Spencer Belbot, NBAC   8 & U 100 Breast  1:38.37 NAAC Carol Chidester Meet

 

 

MDSI was represented by Doretta Davies, Bill Kirkner and Tom Vanpelt at the USA Swimming SWIMBIZ Workshop in Colorado Springs, CO

 

HOUSE OF DELEGATES APRIL 29, 2018

McDonogh School  Owings Mills, MD 

All Meetings in the Edward St. John Student Center 

Building FF – Park in the Woods Lot – cross the street and go up the outside stair

McDonogh Map – Click for a map of the campus

Meet Director’s Workshop 11:00 AM

email office@mdswim.org to register for Meet Director’s Workshop

Coaches Meeting 11:30 AM

Athlete’s Meeting 11:30 AM

Lunch for Meet Directors, Athletes and Coaches 12:30 – 1:00 PM

House Of Delegates Meeting – 1:00 PM

 

YMCA 2018 NATIONAL  SWIMMING & DIVING AWARDS
Conrad “Connie” Carroll Award for Excellence in YMCA Officiating
2018 Winner: Bob Johnson, Maryland Swimming

The award was established in 1982 in recognition of excellence in Officiating. In 1973 Connie attended his first National YMCA Swimming and Diving Championship Meet in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Connie served in just about every swim official position for the next 8 years – timer, head timer, score keeper, stroke judge, electronic timing operated, etc.

He truly was an officials official!

To fully understand Connie’s contribution to society, one must look at the extra activities to which he devoted so much of his free time. A devoted church member serving on almost every board or trustee position, dedicated member of the Optimist Club, coordinated and chaperoned numerous high school functions and attended every athletic contest possible along with nearly every other school activity possible.

In all of these activities, he never sought the “limelight” but was willing and able to do the tasks that were challenging and necessary to hold efficient, well officiated events. These things are so often overlooked and under appreciated by competitors, their families, and spectators. But without them, events could not go forward.