Conejo Valley Multisport Masters (my soon to be attached to team) is just getting started and the schedule is starting to come together. Here’s the schedule starting OCT 17th:

Monday 6:00-7:00 AM CLU Community Pool

Tuesday 5:15-6:30 AM long course at Rancho Simi Pool
Tuesday 12-1:00 Noon workout CLU Big Pool

Wednesday 7:00-8:00 PM CLU big pool

Thursday Am 5:15-6:30 Am long course Rancho Simi Pool
Thursday noon 12:00-1:00 CLU big Pool

Friday 6:00-7:00 AM CLU Community Pool
Friday 7:00-8:00 PM CLU Big Pool

Saturday Morning 7:00-8:30 Am CLU Big Pool

Sunday Morning 6:30-8:30 AM CLU Big Pool (run after practice)

I’m really excited about the new team. It’s totally adult focused, triathlete friendly, and the head coach is Nancy Reno who happens to be the 2009 USMS Coach of the Year!

The team’s website isn’t up and running just yet,(UPDATE: the CVMM is now online! check it out at ConejoValleyMultisportMasters.com) for more info contact Coach Nancy at nancy@cnkinvestments.com

5 Responses to “Conejo Valley Multisport Masters New Workout Schedule”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Interesting that she was named Coach of the Year. Does this lady know anything about swimming?

  2. Ahelee says:

    100% cowardly for anonymous to post a comment like this – and frankly… demonstrates complete ignorance.

    Do your homework Anonymous.

    Coach Nancy Reno swam under the great USA Olympic Coach George Haines for years at Santa Clara Swim Club. There she was a national champion and an Olympic Trials swimmer. A great backstroker and an excellent stroke technician in all 3 other strokes as well.

    She is a UCLA alumni, Peter Daland's swimmer/coach, and grew her own masters swim team to 300 in less than 3 years.

    And now, she is the 2009 US Masters Swim Coach of the Year.
    Deservedly so…
    Watch her grow Conejo Valley Multisport Masters bigger than you can imagine.

  3. Rob D says:

    Anon – good job on leaving rude personally targeted anonymous comments, classy.

    As Ahelee pointed out Nancy has a pretty deep swimming background. More importantly than that she has a lot of swimmers (national champions and brand new swimmers) that are getting fitter, faster, and reaching their goals in the pool and open water with her help. As far as I'm concerned that's the best metric of a good coach.

  4. Anonymous says:

    ehh.. love this thread.

  5. Rob D says:

    Swim4Life – as much as I hate to do it, I've deleted your comment. You obviously have a personal ax to grind which is fine, but I'm not going to provide you with my blog as the vehicle to make personal attacks. This isn't the place for it. As long as it's relevant to the conversation you can shit talk me all you want, but I'm not going to let you do it to others.