Greg Roop

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Blodgett Pool on the campus of Harvard University, home pool of the Cambridge Masters Swim Club
Greg Roop is an American competitive swimmer and Assistant Coach with the Cambridge Masters Swim Club. Roop is a junior at Harvard University studying Neurobiology where he is a member of the Harvard University men's swimming team. He specializes in middle distance freestyle and butterfly. Roop is from Chattanooga, Tennessee where he was a 2009 graduate of The Baylor School where he captained back-to-back national champion swim teams in 2008 and 2009. He has been swimming competitively for 15 years and has coached and taught swimming on several occasions along the way.

Cambridge Masters Swim Club

The Cambridge Masters Swim Club trains at Harvard University and provides an enthusiastic training environment with mentally and physically stimulating workouts to a diverse group of athletes. Workouts are relatively short (60-90 minutes) and time is set aside for warm up and warm down. Variety is a huge component of the daily, weekly and monthly training plan. Workouts are designed to mix various speeds, strokes and repeat distances while providing the proper conditioning for all of its athletes regardless of their competitive swimming background or focus (learning to swim, improving overall fitness, triathlons, [[open water swimming] events, sprint and distance).

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