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Posts By Mike Lynch

New Life in Masters
By Mike Lynch

August 21, 2017 August 26, 2017 If you have been at the Center long enough you have likely felt the embrace of community whether that be in celebration, mourning, death, or life. Recently in our Masters evening group, we had the joy of…

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Decades of Commitment
By Mike Lynch

  Over thirty years ago, I began a journey that I continue upon today. You can say that I COMMITTED to assist the then Masters Swim Coach and Aquatics Director, Ron Chlasta, in being a part of the PCC Masters coaching staff. I…

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Do Good Together: Pushing Limits Together
By Mike Lynch

November is upon us; the leaves are changing, the weather is getting a bit cooler, and the thoughts of the Holidays are creeping into our minds, especially if we listen to the radio or watch television. This is also the time in our…

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Meter Mania 2016 Huge Success!
By Mike Lynch

First of all, congratulations to each and every one of you for putting your name on the board, and tracking your meters during the month. I hope each of you met your goals, whatever they were, that you achieved a better level of…

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Waiting
By Mike Lynch

The theme this month speaks to “Good Things Come to Those That Wait”! Patience is Virtue! Waiting is Important to the Growth Process! Growth! Patience! Good Things! A couple of years ago, in the PCC Newletter, I shared a story about a long…

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Holiday Season with Coach Mike and his Marvelous Masters
By Mike Lynch

Every year around the Holidays the PCC Masters gear up for their Triple Crown Holiday Swim. There are three swims involved, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. The total distance of each swim increases, as each swimmer may choose which level they will strive…

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Mastering the Open Water
By Mike Lynch

By Mike Lynch Masters Program Manager The theme this month for the PCC Newsletter is something in which most of us struggle with from time to time. “Making it Stick” or “Being Consistent” or “Being Disciplined” has been a constant challenge for me…

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