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Go Bolles! Good Luck at the 2012 Summer FLAGS

Today in a couple of hours we will have our young Bolles Sharks competing at the 2012 Florida Age Group Championships (FLAGS). This is the first time in five seasons that I miss watching our young Sharks competing against the best in Florida. I am double sad because I will not be able to cheer for our swimmers and at the same time I will not be able to see Harley compete. My son Cobi aged up (11-12) and he missed making his cuts. I feel bad for him but he is there to support the team, his sister and in case they need him for any relay.

From outside of London (England) I just wan to wish BEST OF LUCK to all the Bolles swimmers, parents and coaches. So far each one of you has done a tremendous job working to be ready for this meet and I have no doubts that everyone will do very well. Last summer we surprised the Sarasota YMCA (little sharks ;-) to win the championship and I am sure that each one of you is ready to do the same again this summer.


I am thankful to Florida Swim Network for the great coverage of the Florida meets and I will be watching as much as I can their webcast at:




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