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CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships

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2016 CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships in Kansas

The CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships are a 5 km race in Lone Star Lake near Lawrence, Kansas held on 17 September 2016. The CSCAA will hold its first national collegiate open water swimming competition for student-athletes from collegiate men’s and women’s teams from the NCAA, NAIA, CCCAA and NJCAA institutions.

CSCAA[edit]

The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association (CSCAA) is the oldest coaches association in the United States of America, founded in 1922. Presently, the CSCAA boasts more than 2,000 member coaches and assistant coaches, recognizes All-American swimmers, NCAA record-breakers and Scholar All-America athletes and teams as well as outstanding coaches and contributors, and helps oversee the welfare of collegiate swimming and diving. It is a professional organization of college swimming and diving coaches dedicated to serving and providing leadership for the advancement of the sport of swimming at the collegiate level.

Talking Collegiate Open Water[edit]


Shelley Taylor-Smith and Dr. Sam Freas talk about collegiate open water swimming at the inaugural CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships

Interview with Clark Campbell[edit]


Clark Campbell together with Shelley Taylor-Smith

Women's 5 km Finish & Interview[edit]


Libby Walker and Haley Bishop of the University of Kansas tie for first with Jenny Nusbaum finishing in a close third on Lone Star Lake in inaugural 5 km CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Swimming Championships


Shelley Taylor-Smith interviews Libby Walker, Haley Bishop, Jenny Nusbaum

Pre-race Interview[edit]


Pre-race interview with Shelley Taylor-Smith

Growing Collegiate Open Water Swimming[edit]


by Shelley Taylor-Smith

Men's Finish at 2016 National Collegiate Open Water Championship[edit]


Stanislas Raczynski outsprints Marcelo Figueiredo at the 2016 National Collegiate Open Water Championship in Lone Star Lake in Kansas, video by Shelley Taylor-Smith

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