Clay Britt, Head Coach
Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center (Thursday, Sunday)

Clay has been a competitive swimmer for 42 years and a swimming instructor for 20 years. As a swimmer, he has held American and World records both in USA Swimming and as a Masters Swimmer.  As a coach, Clay has led the Mariners for over 16 years and most enjoys helping swimmers improve their stroke technique.  Find out more about Clay Britt.

Tom Denes

Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center (Sunday)

Tom swam competitively at Oshkosh North High School -- yes, there really is an Oshkosh -- as well as at the University of Wisconsin. After a long hiatus, Tom began Masters swimming in 1990 and coaching soon after. He enjoys working with swimmers of all levels, including the many triathletes on the team. Tom received his Level 1 and 2 American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) certifications in 2013.  He also teaches strength training to swimmers. Tom is the author of The Waterproof Coach, The Waterproof Triathlete, and The Armchair Athlete.

Peter Johnson
Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center (Tuesday)
Peter played football and baseball throughout High School. He was in the Coast Guard for five years and during that time served for a year onboard a cutter performing search-and-rescue missions. He has coached junior level basketball and baseball. He joined the ANCMs nine years ago and has been coaching the team four years.

Cathy Gainor
Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver Aquatic Center (Friday)
Cathy has been swimming since she was 8, when she joined Twin Farms in the Montgomery County Swim League. She began swimming with Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club (the kids who swim on the other side of the pool Sunday mornings) when she was 12, first at Piney Branch and then at MLK when it opened. She swam high school at Paint Branch and taught lessons at MLK for several summers during college. Cathy joined the ANCMs in September 2003 after swimming on her own for 18 years, making up her own workouts along the way. Cathy received her Level 1 and 2 American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) certifications in 2013.

Lisa Wolf
Olney Swim Center (Tuesday)
Lisa swam competitively for local YMCA, summer and AAU teams while growing up in Pennsylvania. She hung up her suit after high school but got back into the water with the ANCMs in 2002 after watching her oldest son swim with the neighborhood team. She competes in local meets, open water events and trains for competition in triathlons. Lisa is a certified USA Swimming Coach at ASCA Level II. She finds coaching at Olney an interesting challenge, as there is a wide range of swimmers, including very accomplished swimmers, triathletes, and swimmers "returning to the fold" after a few years out of the water. She makes the workouts fun and challenging at the same time.

Leon  Wells
Martin Luther King Swim Center (Monday, Wednesday)

  Leon swam competitively at Tennessee State University. He became involved with Master’s swimming through Walter Meares and Alfonzo Allen, coaches of the DC PR Master’s Swim Team and, for more than ten years, he has coached the DC PR’s team. He also coached the Rockville Masters for a few years and the Virginia Masters at Chinquapin Aquatics Center. He assisted John Flanagan at Haines Point during the summers and sometimes coached those practices on his own. Leon joined the ANCM coaching staff in 2009.

Pat Liegey
  Olney Swim Center (Thursday)

 Pat spent summers at Jones Beach and going to her local town pool. She swam for her grammar school’s CYO team, her town’s swim team, and her high school swim team. Pat was a lifeguard and taught swim lessons for town and county pools during high school and college summers. She taught lifeguarding and swimming for the Red Cross as an Instructor Trainer for more than 25 years. She began swimming Masters as a member of the Rochester Carps team in 1984 and with the ANCMs in 1995.

Ed Dulin
Olney Swim Center (Saturday)

Ed has been teaching and coaching swimming for more than a dozen years. Like many Master's swimmers, he learned the competitive strokes when he was growing  up but spent several years away from the sport after high school. He enjoys crafting workouts that build balanced swimmers. Ed joined the ANCM coaching staff in 2009.

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