SweetWater Swim Studio houses an Elite Endless Pool with underwater mirrors and underwater video capability in Amherst, New Hampshire.
SweetWater Swim Studio is a training facility that aims to enhance athletes stroke technique across all levels of swimming, from the pool to open water. The immediate feedback from the swim current, the visual feedback from the mirrors and optional video analysis all help guide the swimmer to a more effective and powerful stroke technique.
About the coach:
Stacy Sweetser is an experienced coach with a background coaching USA Swimming age groupers, U.S. Master's swimmers and triathletes. Stacy is an ASCA Level II certified coach.
Stacy is a former NCAA Division I swimmer. Most recently, Stacy was recognized as an All American in both U.S. Masters Swimming and U.S.A. Triathlon, holds multiple New England Masters Swimming records and multiple USMS Top Ten performances. Stacy is experienced in events as diverse as sprinting the 50 Free and 100 IM through to racing the1650yd Freestyle. Open water swimming events including sprint, olympic and 70.3 distance triathlon, the 4.4 mile Chesapeake Bay Swim and the Barbados Open Water Swimming Festival 10K.
Stacy's most recent events / results include:
2021 Glen Lake Swim, 1 Mile Overall Winner, Non Wetsuit
2019 World Championship Races:
WTC 70.3 World Championship Nice, France
ITU Standard Distance & Draft Legal Sprint Lausanne, Switzerland
2018 WTC 70.3 Ironman Maine Age Group Winner, Qualified for 2019 WTC Worlds
2018 Barbados 10K Open Water Festival, 4th Overall Female & 8th Overall
2017 ITU Age Group World Championships in Rotterdam, Netherlands, 6th in the Draft Legal Sprint, 1st American.
2017 USAT Age Group Nationals in Omaha, NE, National Champion in the Sprint race, 6th place in the Olympic race, and fastest Master's Female swim split both races.
2016 ITU Age Group World Championships in Cozumel, Mexico, 3rd in the Sprint and 8th in the Standard distance races.