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Tyler Fenwick

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Tyler Fenwick is the University of Tennessee's Associate Coach, with a focus on recruiting as well as growing the distance program.

Coaching Career[edit]

Fenwick was previously on the Mission Viejo Nadadores staff where his swimmers broke 13 team records, four regional records as well as one National Age Group standard. Additionally, he has helped 13 athletes to their first Junior National standard, 10 to their first Senior National standard and three to their first U.S. Olympic Trials cut. Since 2010, Fenwick's swimmers have posted 36 NAG Top 10 times with four top-ranked swims.

Open Water Swimming Coaching Career[edit]

Fenwick also coached a pair of U.S. National Junior Teamers (David Heron and Janardan Burns) with the two also making the U.S. National Team this year. Heron went on to win the national title in the 5 km open water event, with Burns (second) and Heron (third) taking a pair of podium spots in the 10 km marathon swim. He coached Alex Meyer and David Heron to a 1-2 finish at the 2015 USA Swimming Open Water National Championships 5 km race in Fort Myers, Florida.

Global Swimming Summit[edit]

Fenwick is a featured speaker at the 2016 Global Swimming Summit, a free online summit hosted by Chris Ritter of Ritter Sports Performance that explains and describes open water swimming for people of all ages and abilities. Speakers at the Global Swimming Summit include: Gerry Rodrigues, Lesley Paterson, Gary Hall Sr., Mike Collins, Brad Kearns, Alex Kostich, Glenn Mills, Karlyn Pipes, Tyler Fenwick, Kevin Rindal, Kristian Manietta and Steph Saullo.

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