Eddie Reese: Coaching Swimming, Teaching Life

53 minutes

Book Summary: Eddie Reese is one of the most successful and effective coaches in sports history. His method of building his swimmers character first has resulted in unprecedented success at The University of Texas including: 14 DI Men's Team Titles - a record25 D1 Men's Team Runners-up - a record 39 Olympic Gold Medals. The book contains: 130 "Eddie isms" that provide in his own words some of his wit and wisdom.Over 50 stories from past swimmers and coaching colleagues. Technique tips. Author Chuck Warner: Chuck was a part of Eddie's inaugural staff at Texas. He went on to coach seven national championship teams, three teams that finished runner-up for national titles and has been a three-time USA National Team coach. This is the third book he has authored. Contributing Author Dana Abbott: Dana also coached on the first staff at Texas, is an acclaimed coach in the Houston area and former president of NISCA. Coach Abbott has collaborated previously on books and articles with Coach Warner.

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