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Thank you for stopping by.  My name is Sergio Lopez Miro and I have been involved in the swimming world as a swimmer or as a coach for almost 40 years.  Swimming has given me a path in life and my goal is to share some of my thoughts and experiences here with you.  Let me know what you think and enjoy!

 

 

Sunday
Oct212012

Sean Mahoney, Fabiola Molina & Diogo Yabe swim FAST in BERLIN

What a great meet in Berlin-World Cup for Sean Mahoney, Fabiola Molina and Diogo Yabe.

Sean swam so far the fastest here in Berlin and he was able to win the 200 Breaststroke for the second time on a row after winning a couple of days ago in Moscow.  His time 2:04.55 places him first in the World Rankings for this year so far.  He also had an excellent 100 Breaststroke with a 58.60 that so far that is over ½ faster that he had been able to do at every other stop of this 2012 World Cup Circuit.

If Sean keeps winning he will have to take me to have breakfast at METRO Diner here in Jax.  Best Breakfast in Jacksonville!

GREAT JOB SEAN!!!

PROUD OF YOU BRO!!!

Now Sean will be traveling back to San Francisco for few days before he travels to Beijing for his next World Cup Stop.  There are three more meets and Sean will be swimming the three of them.  He is having a great experience and I have no doubts that he will be a much better swimmer after he is done with this great adventure.  I really believe he can still swim faster and hopefully he does.  At his last stop in Singapore Sean and Anthony Ervin will be doing some Clinics for a couple of the local clubs. 

LIVING THE DREAM!

Fabiola Molina and Diogo Yabe had a very good meet too.  At least that’s what I think  ;-)  I don’t know what they think since they are not training here at Bolles anymore.  After London they moved back to Brazil, but it is always exciting to watch swimmers that you have had a chance to coach perform at meets like this.  Fabiola and Diogo are great swimmers and even better people and It was good to see them on TV (Fina.org) and swimming well.  CONGRATS to BOTH!!!

Here are the links to watch their races:

50 Meters Backstroke Final Video

100 Meters Backstroke Final Video

100 Meters Breaststroke Final Video

200 Meters Breaststroke Final Video

100 Meters IM Final Video

200 Meters IM Final Video

 

Here are the Official Results:

50 Backstroke Prelims / Finals

100 Backstroke Prelims / Finals

50 Breaststroke Prelims

100 Breaststroke Prelims / Finals

200 Breaststroke Prelims / Finals

100 IM Prelims / Finals

200 IM Prelims / Finals 

SAFE TRAVELS my FRIENDS!!!

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