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The 5 Best Swim Record Board Designs for Universities

Topics: Record Boards

As the swimming and diving season begins to ramp up, there is a swell of interest in swim record boards. Often times, the best way for coaches to visual what they want for their natatorium is to see examples of what other schools have done in the past. Team Fitz has been fortunate to work with many fantastic programs over the years. Here are 5 of our favorite university-level swim record board projects.

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Eastwood High School Honors Veterans with Military Recognition Board

Topics: Record Boards

High schools have a rich history of alumni that have gone on to serve in the military following graduation. Over the years, we have had many customers reach out asking about ways to recognize the sacrifice of these young community members. Eastwood High School of Pemberville, Ohio, is one of these recent customers. 

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Recognize Athletes Playing at the Next Level

Topics: Record Boards

It’s a proud moment when a young athlete starts at your program and goes on to play at the next level of competition. That achievement is the culmination of countless hours of work by the player and coaching staff, as well as the time and support of parents and friends. Team Fitz Next-Level Boards recognize this effort and its reflection on your program. Whether it be from high school to college or university to the pros, a Next-Level Board recognizes the sweat and hard work it took to get them there.

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Reward Student Athlete Accomplishments On and Off the Field

Topics: Record Boards

Hard work and dedication are two characteristics required to succeed as a high school or collegiate athlete. Student athletes must master the art of juggling — from conditioning and practice to classwork and tests. It is important to reward their dedication and recognize the hard-earned achievements of your players.

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Tips to Get the Most out of Your Athletes in the Weight Room

Successful athletes are often the most competitive individuals on your team. They strive to lift the most, run the fastest, or jump the highest. Start rewarding their ambition by putting their name on a strength record board, where everyone can see it. It’s a tremendous feeling knowing you’ve measured yourself against your peers and knowing you’ve come out on top.

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