Doug Moyse

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Doug Moyse is from Louisville, Kentucky and was a former Kentucky State Record holder in the 1650, Junior Nationals Qualifier and NCAA Division II qualifier for Wright State University. He started coaching in 1983 for the Lakeside Swim Club in Louisville prior to relocating to Dallas. He was part of a 1992 FINA World Masters Record 200m freestyle Relay (short course) along with Bobby Patten. He is also the head age group coach for the Dallas Mustangs Swim Team and coached for Dallas Aquatic Masters from 1990 to 2005 and returned to coach for DAM in 2013.

[edit] Dallas Aquatic Masters

DAM or the Dallas Aquatic Masters is one of the largest masters swimming teams in the world. Co-founded and co-owned by Bobby Patten and Olympic champion Jim Montgomery, it is a year-round adult swimming team geared towards swimming in the pool and open bodies of water for fitness, fun and competition. DAM offers expertly designed adult group swim programs and adult private lessons to suit the needs of adults of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.

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