Dave Holland

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2014 Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic VI

The following is a report from Dave Holland, who attended what has become a popular meet: the Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic in Orlando, FL. Obviously the meet agreed with him since he swam some very fast times, including a new LMSC Record in the 200 breast!

Open Water 1-Mile National Championship Results

Results are now available for the USMS 1-Mile Open Water Swim National Championship that was held in beautiful Lake Lure, NC on Aug 25. This event was part of the larger Lake Lure Olympiad Sport Festival, and about 180 swimmers took part in the championship race.

VMST Member Bill Winters, age 44, Qualifies for Olympic Trials

Competing at Richmond’s newest long course facility, Auburn grad Bill Winters punched his ticket to Omaha for the 2012 Olympic Trials with a phenomenal time in the 200 breaststroke!

Results from Nationals

Thirty-one members of the LMSC traveled to Mesa, AZ to participate in the 2011 USMS Spring National Championship to post some great swims! The results have been uploaded to the website.

First-Ever Positive Drug Test for Masters Swimmer

Famed United States Masters Swimming’s (USMS) own Dave Holland has recently tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. Read the full sordid story.

Short-Course Meters World Rankings

The FINA Masters World Top 10 rankings are out for the short-course meters (SCM) 2010 season! Fourteen swimmers from our LMSC, all from VMST, were world-ranked in 56 individual swims; seven VMST relays were also ranked among the best in the world.

Dave Holland Wins Service Award

Congratulations to Dave Holland for winning the 2010 USMS Colonies Zone Dot Donnelly Award!

Good Press for CGL

The 2-mile OW cable national championship held at Chris Greene Lake was recently featured on the USMS web site.

Chris Greene Lake Results Posted

VMST hosted the USMS 2-mile Cable National Championship on July 10 at Chris Greene Lake, Charlottesville, VA. The official results have been added to the website, and the race was featured in an entry of competitor Rob Dumouchel’s blog, RobAquatics.