CHAMBLEE, Ga. -- As head coach at Dynamo Swim Club, Jason Turcotte suffers constantly from a hoarse voice.
"It echoes a little bit in the dome," Turcotte said. "We have a lot of kids in the water at one time."
He's the one in charge of one of the most successful swim clubs in the country.
Dynamo Swim Club is based in Chamblee. It's a non-profit that's owned by parents but run by coaches.
"We talk about team a lot," Turcotte said. "Everybody sees swimming as an individual sport, and we try to see it as a team environment."
Dynamo does everything from infant swim lessons to year-round training.
"We're all about the kick," Turcotte said. "We think if their legs are in shape, they're in shape. We think we finish races on our legs. We don't finish really on our arms."
It's a strategy that works. This year, Dynamo took 14 swimmers to the U.S. Olympic trials.
Two of them, Gunnar Bentz and Kylie Stewart, just missed the cut but swam fast enough to make the National Junior Team.
Two other Dynamo swimmers will compete in London for other countries.
Matia Koski is part of Team Finland, and Andrew Rutherfurd will swim for Bolivia.
"The coaches push us a lot," Bentz said. "If we miss a practice, they're right on us."
"Dynamo has the best support system I could ever imagine," added Stewart.
Already, some Dynamo swimmers have their eyes on the 2016 Olympics, and their coaches are ready to foster those dreams.