The meet this past weekend at UT was nothing short of stellar. Time flew off the board (as you'll see from our list below). Biggest take away from the coaching crew is our growth in culture. The cheering, the energy, the excitement - it was wonderful. We raced with Nitro-infused confidence and passion. The team cheered for each other, got loud for their friends, and brought the A game every time they stepped on the blocks. Leaders were embracing and taking ownership of new roles and helped pave a path to success. Everyone has something they learned, something they're proud of, and something they can improve. Meets are supposed to be a celebration of the hard work, energy and purpose we put in at each practice. This past weekend was a time drop party and a half.
In the coming weeks, we'll be looking to build on strengths and improve weaknesses. The success and speed we had in the pool is our proof in the pudding - WORK WORKS. It's a motivator for future success. Let fast times open your minds to faster times. Continue to be willing to do the work it takes to achieve them. Complacency is the enemy. Praise and criticism are two sides of the same coin - it's weakness to get caught up in either. This bus is rolling and there sure as heck ain't no reason to stop now. KEEP THE FOOT ON THE GAS. YEEHAAWWW
San Antonio and Mansfield, YOU'RE NEXT.
Special Shout Outs from TXLA
- George Flanders: 7th Fastest 200 Fly in USA for 17 Year olds
- Gannon Flynn: 10th Fastest 200 BR in USA for 15 year olds
- Jeremy Kelly: 4th Fastest 500 FR in USA for 15 year olds
- Stephen Ma: 5th Fastest 500 FR in USA for 14 year olds
- Hannah Pecze: 3rd Fastest 200 BR in USA for 14 year olds NEW JUNIORS CUT!!!!
- Oliver Rowe: 5th Fastest 200 Fly in USA for 15 year olds