It’s hard to believe that the first quarter of the year is already over. . .the last 12 months have flown by. The MySwimPro team has been hard at work on a number of behind-the-scenes projects that we can’t wait to share with you!
We have lots of new app updates in the works that will make members’ swimming experience more personalized than ever. Make sure to keep your MySwimPro app updated to the latest version to check them out!
World Swim Gala
Last year we hosted the first annual World Swim Gala, bringing together hundreds of swimmers from around the world for inspirational keynotes from Rowdy Gaines and Kaitlin Sandeno, and a fun dance party! Watch the recap below.
Mark you calendars for Saturday, April 17 — the 2nd annual World Swim Gala is going to be epic! More details to come…
Gearing Up for the Olympics
The Olympics are a pivotal time for us to grow our global community and help new swimmers get started. All eyes will be on the Tokyo Aquatics Centre as the best athletes in the world duke it out for gold.
Keep an eye on our social media channels for educational content, inspiring stories and fun vlogs to motivate people to get in the water!
We’ll be your one-stop shop for all things Olympic swimming. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, follow us on Instagram and join the MySwimPro Global Community Facebook Group so you don’t miss a thing!
Our team is growing! We’re on the hunt for motivated people to join our 100% remote, global team. Take a look at our open positions here.
As always, we are grateful for your support! Until next month, happy swimming!
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I especially have enjoyed your whiteboard Wednesday explanation of concepts.
I was wondering if there is a way to get a clean copy of what is written on your whiteboard?