Richard Hall

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Richard Hall is the Director of Video Production and Assistant Coach of The Race Club in Florida working together with his father (Gary Hall Sr.), mother (Mary Hall), brother (Gary Hall Jr.) and sister (Amy Hall). Hall was an All-American competitive swimmer from Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona and graduated in 2003 from the University of California at Berkeley. His competitive swimming experience and training included some of the most renowned swimming coaches in the world, Mike Bottom, Rick DeMont and Pierre Lafontaine. After graduating, Richard spent several years in New York City studying video and music. He also taught swimming and studied the successful learn-to-swim methods used by the Imagine Swim School.

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Hall directs the video production for The Race Club and has released three successful DVD’s, The Three Styles of Freestyle, Fundamentals of Fast Swimming and Life Is Worth Swimming. When not producing new videos, he travels the globe coaching, introducing other countries and programs to The Race Club’s five disciplines and teaching philosophy. Based in Los Angeles, he coaches private sessions and does consultation. Richard also takes care of his dog Lemmy, who is quite a handful.

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