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Focus on the basics and cut out the fluff - Jarrod Murphy Top Podcast

Focus on the basics and cut out the fluff - Jarrod Murphy Top Podcast

Update: 2020-07-28
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Jarrod Murphy is the Head Age Group Coach for The Woodlands Swim Team (TWST). Since joining the TWST in 2015 coach Jarrod has coached athletes to National top 10 rankings including 3 #1 rankings, TAGS Champions, TAGS records, GULF LSC records, TWST team records, and numerous sectional qualifiers, Futures qualifiers, and Junior National qualifiers. Coach Jarrod has served the Gulf LSC as part of 2 TPC committees, Head Coach of the Gulf Select Camp in 2018, and has been nominated for ASCA Age Group Coach of The Year in 2017 and 2018.

A native Ohioan, coach Jarrod grew up competing for the Dayton Raiders swim club. A Junior National qualifier and HS All-American he went on to compete for the Kenyon College Lords from 1998-2002 where the Lords continued their dominance at the DIII level winning 4 consecutive national titles He graduated in 2002 with a degree in Psychology concentrated in Neuroscience.

This episode originally aired on December 12, 2018.

Connect with Jarrod:
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- Twitter
- Team Instagram

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Focus on the basics and cut out the fluff - Jarrod Murphy Top Podcast

Focus on the basics and cut out the fluff - Jarrod Murphy Top Podcast