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Gregg Troy Florida swimming coach retiring from collegiate coaching

Gregg Troy Florida swimming coach retiring from collegiate coaching. As declared in The Florida Gators have been between the greatest programs in collegiate swimming for much of the final 2 decades, churning out Olympic competitors & competing for national championships.
Gregg Troy, who has helmed Florida’s swimming & diving programme ever ever 1998, reported his retirement from the Gators in a Wednesday afternoon release.
“I’ve been fortunate to spend 20 years here at the University of Florida, & I’m thankful for the opportunity to coach Extremely many remarkable & talented Gator athletes,” Troy said.
“I’ve experienced countless memorable moments here at Florida, & it’s This time time for me to step away from collegiate swimming.
Claiming Troy “rescued” Florida’s swimming programme perhaps be a bit hyperbolic, unless mediocrity is a plight to be rescued from.

Florida swimming coach Gregg Troy declares retirement

However the Gators going to have an even bigger hole to fill moving forward, by 20-year coach Gregg Troy announcing his retirement on Wednesday.
“I’ve experienced countless memorable moments here at Florida, & it’s This time time for me to step away from collegiate swimming.
When in charge at Florida, Troy helped lead the Gators ladies’s team to the 2010 national championship.
He has been the SEC Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year ten times, When winning the National Coach of the Year 3 times (twice by the men, once by the ladies).
“He helped uphold the tradition of excellence in Florida swimming & diving, & some of the world’s best athletes came to Gainesville to learn under his direction.”

 

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Gregg Troy

 

Gators swimming & diving coach Gregg Troy declares retirement

According to Today, Gregg Troy declares his retirement from collegiate coaching to focus on emerging elite swimmers who are aiming towards the Olympics.
“I’ve been fortunate to spend 20 years here at the University of Florida, & I’m thankful for the opportunity to coach Extremely many remarkable & talented Gator athletes,” Troy said.
“I’ve experienced countless memorable moments here at Florida, & it’s This time time for me to step away from collegiate swimming.
Under his direction, UF athletes won 43 individual national championships, 177 SEC titles & garnered one,145 All-US honors.
His international trial too includes time by World Championship teams, Pan American teams & teams competing at the Pan-Pacific Games.

 

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