Learn to swim efficient at all speeds - Bobby Guntoro by RITTER Sports Performance published on 2019-02-04T05:03:11Z Bobby Guntoro is the Associate Head Coach for Men's Swimming and Diving at NC State. He joined NC State in the fall of 2012, serving three seasons as an assistant coach for the Wolfpack before being named associate head coach in the fall of 2017. Guntoro has been a part of the program’s climb to the top of the national rankings, as he played a role in the men’s program’s four consecutive ACC titles and the team’s top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. He also helped the Wolfpack women to its first conference title since 1980. In 2017, the women ended Virginia’s nine-year streak to win the ACC crown and earn its highest NCAA finish in program history, taking seventh. In 2016, Guntoro helped coach the women to a second-place finish at the ACC Championships. The women’s team went on to complete an eight-spot climb at the NCAA Championship to finish inside the top 10 at No. 9. Prior to his stint with the Wolfpack, he served as a volunteer assistant at UNCW, where he helped the Seahawks to win their 11th-straight title in 2012 under former head coach Dave Allen. Guntoro graduated from UNCW in 2011 with an accounting degree and was a member of the university’s swimming and diving team. At UNCW, he was the school record holder in the 100 butterfly and in multiple relay events and became a multiple-time CAA Champion in relay events. He also represented Indonesia on an international level from 2003 to 2011. Connect with Bobby: - Team Website - Team Facebook - Team Twitter - Team Instagram Get FREE Access to their Swim Workouts. Full Show Notes for this Episode on the RITTER Blog. Check out the latest from RITTER: The Hive - Get access to the best online swim coaching resources available. Join The Hive powered by RITTER, to understand the full picture of swimming faster. Get specific training sets and workouts, learn in-depth technique tips and analysis, even watch dryland and strength training exercises that'll help your swimmers go faster! If you enjoyed this podcast help us spread the word by leaving a rating and review on our iTunes show page. To connect and learn more visit the RITTER Sports Performance website.