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浅野晃平(34)*Kohei Asano*
KSGトキワ~福岡大学~枚方SS~KSG広島ミドリ
~PALO ALTO STANFORD AQUATICS
親父を超えるべく、PASAをサポートすべく
コーチング修行中!
チームでのボランティアコーチ二年間を経て、
USA Swimming の公認コーチになる。と同時に
PASAのアシスタントコーチに晴れて就任。
8シーズン。オリンピックイヤー。バーシティーグループコーチ。
2015-16年は50名の中学生、高校生スイマー達、そしてそれを共に応援してくれる保護者の方々と夢に向かって突き進む。
波瀾万丈、最高のコーチングライフ!

迷わず行けよ行けば分かるさ!

Kohei Asano

In 2007, he left his home country in order to pursue his goal in becoming a great swimming coach. He has a total of 12 years of coaching experience; 4 years in Japan and 7 years in the US. His passion for swimming and his cultural awareness makes him a unique and creative minded coach. In the few years that he has been here, he has adapted to the diverse coaching and managing styles of the American culture. His willingness to stand by the poolside 365 days shows his love and dedication to help his swimmers improve and overcome their challenges.

He has a special working visa that no one normally gets because one needs to get approval from the government. He is the only coach from abroad who is a H1-b visa holder also working at a swim club legally in USA. Kohei did not know any English when he moved to the United States. Now he can talk to everyone fluently. You will be surprised to know how much he was challenged to add English as a second language.

He appreciates all of the coaches who trust him by giving him the opportunity to coach the varsity group for the past 5 years. In addition to his responsibilities as the varsity group coach, he will continue to be the assistant to all coaches - Tony, Tisha, Carlene, Janet, Hilary and PASA pro team during the 2016 season. He will also be supporting all of Rinconada‘s programs this season.

Kohei is a fun and humorous guy with a lot of passion for swimming. He enjoys socializing with his Japanese and American friends during the weekends. He often attends BBQs and goes to the popular ramen joints in the bay area. He also enjoys watching mixed martial arts and professional wrestling and has an ever-growing collection of sneakers. He is married to his Japanese wife and they had their first baby this year. His son was born here, in the USA and his name is Kento. Kento is an American citizen!

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2016/ 05/ 16 ( Mon ) 15:33:38
USA swimmingも考えたものだ。

CCSに出れない選手のために

施設を片付けることなく同じ条件で、

しかも午後は長水路に変えてと工夫しまくっている。

しかも当日エントリーもできるのでお金もざっくざく。

やはりフレキシブルというのは今後の鍵になる。



昨日のCCSの反響は大きい。もちろんM-Aの活躍も嬉しいが

もう一つ嬉しいことが。

パロアルトオンラインに俺の選手の名前が!

パロアルトオンライン

そしてさらにさらに、スイムスワムにも!

アメリカにいるうちにスイムスワムに選手の名前載せたいと思っていたので

まるで小さな夢が叶った感じ。

SWIMSWAM

昔自分の名前がスイマガにのると速攻買いに行ったし

教え子が載ると嬉しくて蛍光ペンでマークしてた時の嬉しさを

密かに思い出した。

恐ろしいのは、、、

優勝者がほとんどトニーのグループからということ。

しかも決勝はほぼベスト&大会新。

今年の高校3年は強すぎた。来年はかなり戦力ダウンだが、、

スカウトをしなくても近隣スイマーは移籍してくる。声をかけなくても。

トニーはまた力を披露した。驚くべきは、、

最後の一週間は本当に1000−1500くらいしか泳いでないということだ。

写真はペイトン。
Resized 50473_full
4/50 MRで150までパロアルトハイスクールが勝っていたが

ペイトンでやられてしまった。

2位で充分。俺の忘れれないレースになった。



GIRLS’ MEET
Having lost the title to Monta Vista two years ago, the Paly girls rose back to the top of the division in 2015 and remained there this year, winning two relays and three individual events.
Team scores
Palo Alto 425
Monta Vista 345
Gunn 331
Los Gatos 288
Saratoga 242
Los Altos 203
Homestead 179
Paly kicked off the action by crushing the old meet record in the 200 medley relay. Zoe Lusk (25.74), Grace Zhao (28.09), Katie Francis (26.12), and Peyton Wang (24.48) combined for 1:44.43, taking more than 3 seconds off the 2015 mark set by Gunn. Gunn came in second, 4.4 seconds back, and Los Altos placed third.
Zhao was a double event winner for the Vikings: she took the 50 free over teammate Claire Lin (23.63 to 24.25), then lowered her own meet record in the 100 breast by .15 with a 1:01.96. Zhao also led off Paly’s first-place 200 free relay in 23.22. Lusk went 1:52.26 to win the 200 free by 2 seconds over Gunn’s Ashley Stahmer (1:54.22); she also added a second-place finish in the 100 fly (56.67) to her point total for the day.
Han Nguyen of Los Gatos earned a pair of victories, going 2:04.13 in the 200 IM and 55.38 in the 100 fly. Gunn’s Grace Tramack edged Los Altos’ Hana Brett, 2:09.06 to 2:09.28, for second place in the 200 IM, then went on to win the 500 free in 5:03.60, again coming from behind and getting the touch thanks to a strong final 50. In the 500 it was Paly’s Sofia Sigrist who was unable to hold off Tramack; she finished second with 5:03.82.
Other individual event winners were Milan Hilde-Jones of Gunn in the 100 free (52.55) and Danielle Carter of Los Altos in the 100 back (57.03).
Mimi Lin of Paly broke a 2006 school record, winning the one-meter diving event with 543.80 points. Riley Fujioka of Los Altos and Demetra Williams of Monta Vista were second and third with 517.00 and 497.20 points, respectively.
BOYS’ MEET
Gunn beat cross-town rival Paly for the second year in a row, this time by a margin of 144 points. In a rather spread-out field, Gunn’s three individual and two relay firsts made the difference.
Team scores
Gunn 515
Palo Alto 371
Monta Vista 359
Homestead 248
Los Gatos 205
Los Altos 169
Saratoga 158
Monta Vista took down both Gunn and Paly in the opening event, though, with a new meet record of 1:33.54 in the 200 medley relay. Nikhil Kundu (24.72), Keven Shang (25.43), Lucca Martins (22.53), and Felix Chiun (20.86) contributed to the effort. Paly came in second with 1:33.77, also under the old meet mark. Gunn won both the 200 free relay (Michael Lincoln, Trent Tosky, David Shau, and Christian Znidarsic) and 400 free relay (Shau, Daichi Matsuda, Tosky, and Lincoln).
Gunn’s Matsuda won both the 200 IM (1:51.40) and 500 free (4:36.11). His time in the IM took down teammate Tosky’s 2015 school record by 6/10. Tosky, meanwhile, earned two silver medals: 100 fly (50.82) and 100 back (52.48). Teammate Maximilian Pokutta won the 100 breast with a school record of 57.00; he also finished third in the 200 IM (1:55.51).
Albert Gwo of Los Altos earned two firsts as well. He went 20.94 to claim the 50 free title and 46.04 to win the 100 free. Joao Ama of Gunn (21.27 and 46.72) and Chiun of Monta Vista (21.34 and 46.29) rounded out the podium in both sprint free events.
Paly’s Alex Liang broke the meet record in the 200 free by .07 with his 1:38.61 victory. Monta Vista’s Martins was second in 1:43.64, ahead of Gunn’s Shau (1:46.21). Martins added a third in the 100 fly (50.97) to his point total. Liang won silver in the 100 breast (57.31), edging Monta Vista’s Shang by .02. Paly’s Andrew Cho picked up a pair of silvers, too: 200 IM (1:53.17) and 500 free (4:37.99).
Jack Xie of Saratoga won the 100 fly in 48.79 and swam on all three of Saratoga’s relays. Homestead’s Houfu Yan smoked the field over the second half of the 100 back and won in 52.40, passing both Tosky and third-place Kundu (52.93).
Reed Merritt of Paly won his fourth straight title, crushing his 2015 school record with 594.90 points. The Texas-bound senior beat Los Altos twins Evan Labuda (522.80) and Trevor Labuda (513.40).
The California Interscholastic Federation’s Central Coast Championship meet will take place Friday, May 13 and Saturday, May 14 at Santa Clara Swim Center.
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