There was a standard for work I needed to learn - Norm Wright Top Podcast

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At the time of this recording, Norm Wright was the head coach and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Clippers. He is currently the Associate Head Coach/Senior Gold for NOVA of Virginia. Coach Norm is in the top 3 percent of coaches due to his ASCA Level 5 coach rank.

Norm spent 4 seasons with the Clippers and within his first 3 seasons, he managed to provide 6 swimmers with the opportunity to swim at the 2016 Olympic Trials. Along with various competitive success, Wright implemented the "Clippers Development Model" to the organization. The "Clippers Development Model" is a concerted effort between the Clippers Board of Directors, the lead coaching staff, and USA Swimming to apply long-term athlete development principles in a way that resonates with the culture of swimming in Northern Kentucky and surrounding areas. Prior to Coach Wright’s arrival in Kentucky, he served as the Head Coach of the Shenandoah Marlins Aquatic Club (SMAC) and Director of Competitive Swimming and Aquatics at the Waynesboro Family YMCA. Wrights coaching tenure includes stops at Georgetown University, the FISH, Coffman YMCA, Lima YMCA, and Asbury University his alma mater, class of 2003.

This episode originally aired on May 21, 2018.

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