2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin College


book_1, 2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeNCAA Coach of the Year and Head Coach at Kenyon College, Jessen Book.

Head Men’s and Women’s Coach at Middlebury College, Bob Rueppel

Head Men’s and Women’s Coach at Calvin College, Dan Gelderloos

Plus a dynamic staff of top collegiate head coaches, assistant coaches, and accomplished collegiate swimmers. Visit www.tpscamps.com for a complete list of coaches and bios.

Camp Programs, Dates & Pricing

2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeCompetitive Stroke Camp at Kenyon College

Overnight Camper – $610

Day Camper – $500

June 5-9 | Session 1

June 12-16 | Session 2

June 19-23 | Session 3

Competitive Stroke Camp at Calvin College

Overnight Camper – $600

Day Camper – $490

June 12-16 | Session 1

2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeElite Specialty Camps at Kenyon College

Elite Distance Camp at Kenyon College – $670
June 4-8

Elite I.M. Camp at Kenyon College – $625
June 5-8

Elite Sprint Camp at Kenyon College – $625
June 10-13

Elite Breaststroke Camp at Kenyon College – $625
June 15-18

Elite Fly/Back Underwater Camp at Kenyon College – $625
June 20-23

Where Swimmers Learn to Train and Think Like Champions!

2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeOur swim camp programs are designed to inspire competitive swimmers to achieve their own “Total Performance.” Total Performance Swim Camps focuses on what matters to athletes and parents most: world-class coaching, excellence in training and technique, personal attention, mentoring and fun! Our camps are located at both Kenyon College and Calvin College – prestigious liberal arts schools with amazing facilities, safe campuses, and most importantly…nationally-ranked swim teams!

In the past 30 years, Total Performance Swim Camps have attracted over 10,000 young athletes from over 47 states and 6 countries! We attract young swimmers at all levels of the sport and help them take their performances to the next level: from age-group swimmers, to High School State Champions, to Junior National Champions, to U.S. Olympians, including 1 gold medalist!

Camp Program Details

Competitive Stroke Camp

2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeThe cornerstone of the Competitive Stroke Camp’s success is a dedication to helping competitive swimmers of all levels improve each of the four strokes when it comes to technique, training and race strategy. This holistic approach to stroke development – emphasizing more than just technique – is at the essence of “Total Performance” and is one of the reasons swimmers find success with our camps. Campers return home in great shape!

Our campers receive small-group instruction in a low swimmer-to-coach ratio environment, team and leadership building sessions, daily video analysis of strokes, and classroom sessions on a variety of topics. Swimmers receive training appropriate to their age and talent level by separating the older campers and younger campers for all training sessions and many classroom sessions. TPSC campers have FUN–both in and out of the pool–with scavenger hunts, variety shows, games and meeting new friends!

The Competitive Stroke Camp accommodates both the novice and highly-trained swimmer (ages 10 – 18).

Elite Specialty Camps

EliteSwim_Camp_logo, 2016 Total Performance Swim Camps These one-of-a-kind camp experiences are designed for highly-trained and top-ranked sprinters, breaststrokers, butterfliers/backstrokers, IMers or distance swimmers and offer the most race-specific training for each specialty that you will find anywhere in the country. The majority of swimmers who attend our Elite Camps are high school state qualifiers and even finalists. Our Elite Camps are designed for swimmers who are already excelling in a particular specialty, yet want to take their performance to the next level. Though they are open to any and all swimmers ages 13-18, they are most appropriate for swimmers with AAA times or faster (based on National USA Swimming time standards). Enrollment is kept to a minimum to allow for better communication, more personal attention, and a greater appreciation of what it means to work together as a team.

The Elite Camps bring in nationally and internationally renowned coaches in each specialty to provide campers with the most cutting-edge and highly-technical instruction. The campers who attend our Elite Camps choose the camp that focuses on their best stroke or specialty event. These camps are not designed for swimmers to work on their weakest stroke.

In the past twenty-one years, over 1700 swimmers from 42 states and 6 countries have participated in our Elite Camp programs for what proves to be a transformative and inspirational learning and training experience. A significant number of our elite campers have gone on to excel at the very highest levels of high school, YMCA, USA, NCAA and International competition, including 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist, Garret Weber-Gale!

Team Discounts

rueppel_4_edited, 2016 Total Performance Swim Camps at Kenyon College & Calvin CollegeWe are happy to offer a discount program that gives back to our valued team customers:

Teams who register 6-9 campers = $35 per/camper discount
Teams who register 10+ campers = $50 per/camper discount

Deadline to apply: March 31, 2016

For more information or to download the application visit www.tpscamps.com

Contact Us

Total Performance Sports Camps, LLC


Questions? Call or email Anne – 740-398-4464; [email protected]

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