If Ehekircher can get another shot- there should be many more who are afforded a similar opportunity.
For instance, the code has now changed the term “covered individual” to “participant” to resolve a discrepancy in terms from the federal statute.
Other sweeping changes are left mostly unexplained, leaving me with some pretty big questions about those changes:
A couple of stories from my youth swimming career that don’t necessarily have a “point”. Take from them what you will.
Swimming, on the whole, is a fairly predictable sport, one of the many reasons it has failed to grab the attention share of some other sports. We do not get upsets in swimming the way that Michigan State upset Duke last night in the NCAA basketball tournament. Imagine if Duke won those games 100% of the time?
Naturally, in the same way my 9 month old son cannot resist finding every electrical socket or power conducting cord in our home and going straight for it, I am drawn to write about “it”. However, rather than ranting about Izzo, I’m going to go a different direction.
When I work with teams and swimmers, I often find them struggling to break a habit that they know is bad, or conversely, establish a new and process for doing things. Speaking with a team this past winter on the topic of change, I asked everyone in the room to come up with one thing they wanted move on.