Ross Myers is originally from Shelton, Connecticut where he swam for Deerfield Academy. He then traveled west to swim for UCLA where he was a member of UCLA's 1982 NCAA Championship team and was a 1980 Olympic Trial Qualifier. He has previously coached for the University of Texas Men's Swim Team and Westside Masters in Culver City, California. He is a U.S. Masters Swimming All-American and has been a member of DAM since 1986. Ross spends his days in Dallas as a freelance creative director/copywriter and is married to Dr. Laura Frye. He started coaching for DAM in 2010.
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.