HOLLAND, Mich. - The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) is gearing up for its annual Swimming & Diving Championships, slated to take place from February 9-12. Hosted in collaboration with FloSports, the event promises to deliver four days of intense competition and collegiate sportsmanship. For the first time, the championship will feature two seperate streams for swimming and diving sections allowing for viewers to tune into whichever piece of the action they will choose.
Josh Pickler, GLIAC Assistant Director for Video Operations and Communications had this to say about the excitement of the meet "We are bringing unprecedented technology to the Swim and Dive Championships over the next four days. Holland Aquatic Center has been nothing short of excellent in their technology and we are excited for viewers to see a level of streaming that resembles that of an olympic event."
FloSports allows fans worldwide to tune in and support their favorite GLIAC teams and athletes. The partnership between GLIAC and FloSports underscores a commitment to accessibility and engagement within the collegiate sports community.
As anticipation mounts, the stage is set for an exhilarating display of aquatic athleticism. Stay tuned as the GLIAC Swimming & Diving Championships unfold, offering a platform for student-athletes to shine and inspire audiences everywhere.
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