Race Club

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Gary Hall Sr., USA Olympic Medalist and founder of the Race Club
The Race Club is an swimming team founded by Gary Hall Sr., an Olympic medalist and Honor Swimmer in the International Swimming Hall of Fame.

The Race Club operates swim camps together with his wife Mary, his sons Gary Jr. and Richard and his daughter, Amy.

The Race Club provides facilities, coaching, training, technical instruction, video, fitness and health programs for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Race Club camps are designed and tailored to satisfy each swimmer’s needs, whether one is trying to reach the Olympic Games or simply improve one’s fitness. The programs are suitable for beginner swimmers, pleasure swimmers, fitness swimmers, open water swimmers, USA swimming or YMCA swimmers, or triathletes; anyone who wants to improve swimming skills.

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