That was the biggest embarrassment of my career – Ernie Maglischo

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Ernie Maglischo

Ernie Maglischo retired from active coaching in 1988 after 35 years during which he coached at both the college and club levels. Over 29 years of coaching his teams, he won a total of 13 NCAA Div II Championships at three different universities. Ernie holds a PhD in exercise physiology and has authored or co-authored five textbooks including Swimming Fastest and his latest A Primer For Swimming Coaches

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Coach Maglischo’s latest books:

A Primer for Swimming Coaches. Volume 1: Physiological Foundations

A Primer for Swimming Coaches: Biomechanical Foundations

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