Alma mater University of Texas
Nashville Aquatic Club
Nicholas "Nick" Nevid (born in 1960) is a retired world-champion American swimmer. He is now a [2 ] physiologist with a strong interest in marine biology.
Nick grew up in
Elm Grove, Wisconsin. His brother is the medal-winning triathlete Nathan "Nate" Nevid. [3 ] [4 ]
Swimming [ edit ]
Nick Nevid was a member of the
University of Texas swim team and the Nashville Aquatic Club. [5 ] [6 ]
Among his most notable accomplishments as a
Because of the
1980 Summer Olympics boycott, he was unable to compete in the 1980 Olympics.
He coached swimming for one year at
Auburn University; for one year with the Las Vegas Gold team, led by Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines; for two years with the Columbus Aquatic Club in Columbus, Georgia; and for one year at Louisiana State University.
Education [ edit ]
Nick attended Brookfield Central High School (Brookfield, Wisconsin);
Brentwood Academy (Brentwood, Tennessee); and Austin High School (Austin, Texas), from which he graduated in 1978.
He earned a B.A. degree in biology from the
University of Texas in 1983. [1 ]
In 1993, he earned a Ph.D. degree in physiology from
Louisiana State University. [12 ] [13 ]
Physiology and marine biology [ edit ]
Dr. Nick Nevid has raised marine foodfish in offshore
aquaculture cages in the Bahamas and Panama. He also developed Proaquatix, which was the second largest producer of marine ornamental fish in the world. [14 ]
His research includes original work on
biofouling prevention. [15 ]
Among his publications/patents:
References [ edit ]
^ a b Class of 2012 Committed Collegiate Swimmers. swimnac.com.
^ Jerry Kirshenbaum (September 4, 1978). Uncle Sam's Girls Play It Again. SI Vault.
^ Nate Nevid: Auckland Triathlon, October 2012
^ Nate Nevid
^ a b Nick Nevid, All-American, University of Texas
^ Nashville Aquatic Club
^ Nick Nevid. sportuitslagen.org.
^ 1981 Universiade at Bucharest
^ Swimming World magazine, February 1979
^ American record-holder
^ 1981 USS Long Course Nationals
^ Nick Nevid, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, 1993.
^ Nicholas J. Nevid. , Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1993. Circadian Neuroendocrine Regulation of Scale Allograft Reactions in Gulf Killifish, Fundulus Grandis
^ Nicholas J. Nevid, Edward Lee Caraway, Geoffrey Swain. "Biofouling prevention by induction heating" United States Patent-Class 427/591; 219/670.
1973: USA ( Stamm, Hencken, Bottom, Montgomery) 1975: USA (
Murphy, Colella, Jagenburg, Coan) 1978: USA (
Jackson, Nevid, Bottom, McCagg) 1982: USA (
Carey, Lundquist, Gribble, Gaines) 1986: USA (
Veatch, Lundberg, Morales, Biondi) 1991: USA (
Rouse, Wunderlich, Henderson, Biondi) 1994: USA (
Rouse, Wunderlich, Henderson, Hall, Jr.) 1998: Australia (
Welsh, Rogers, Klim, Fydler) 2001: Australia (
Welsh, Harrison, Huegill, Thorpe) 2003: USA (
Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker, Lezak) 2005: USA (
Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker, Lezak) 2007: Australia (
Welsh, Rickard, Lauterstein, Sullivan) 2009: USA (
Peirsol, Shanteau, Phelps, Walters)
2011: USA ( Thoman, Gangloff, Phelps, Adrian)
2013: France ( Lacourt, Perez d'Ortona, Stravius, Gilot)