Michael has 22 cycling career national titles, including victories at the Under 23 time trial championships in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Dod won three NCAA championship titles while attending Stanford University, including the 100-Yard Butterfly in 1999, becoming the first American to break the 46:00 second barrier (45.89) which was the American record at that time and still stands as No. 1 in Stanford history. That victory also represented the first time in NCAA swimming history that a father (Ross)-son duo had won the same event. Wales was a member of the 1998 team that won the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship and was the team captain on the 1999 team that finished NCAA runners up. He also ranks #3 all-time at Stanford in the 100-Yard Freestyle (42.91).
Richard was the head coach of the women's swim team at Stanford University, California, U.S. from 1988 through 2005. He has been a coach for the US Olympic team for six Olympics - 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000 and 2004. Following the 2007 season, he returned to Auburn University as head coach of the Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving team. At the Sydney Olympics he led the women's team to sixteen medals. At Stanford he won seven NCAA titles and developed 35 NCAA Champions, winning five NCAA Coach of the Year honors and three Pac-10 Coach of the Year awards. In December of 2008 Quick was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. He died on June 10, 2009. His 2008-2009 Auburn team won the National title.