The Race Club camps are located in beautiful Islamorada, Florida and Coronado, California. We wanted to share with you some of the experience that our campers get when they visit us since many of you aren’t able to visit. Check out this montage of some of our camp from Islamorada recently. We hope to see you soon and if you can’t make it, be sure to subscribe to our videos in order to get as much of the camp experience as you can!
Swimmers will focus on all strokes, swimming starts and swimming flip turns, while improving freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly swimming techniques. Learn 4 different types of dryland training, the science of swimming and the 5 disciplines of fast swimming. Develop seasonal planning, mental training and swim race strategy techniques that are sure to give you an edge over your competition. Whether you’re a beginner, master, or a competitive swimmer, we recommend that all campers attend every swim camp session to gain a comprehensive knowledge of our methodologies to improve your swimming technique. All swim camps below are open for registration.
The Race Club Swim Camps are unlike any other swim camps or clinics. Sign up for the sessions you’d like during a camp. We recommend that swimmers attend all camp sessions to gain a comprehensive knowledge of our methodologies to improve your swimming technique.
We coach a morning and an afternoon session on each scheduled camp day. Morning sessions are 3 hours at $250 per session and afternoon sessions are 2 hours long at $150 per session.
We encourage all campers to attend all eight sessions to gain the full benefit of The Race Club methodology. If you register 30+ days before camp start date, you will receive a $200 discount off the full camp rate of $1600.
Islamorada, Spanish for “Island Home,” is the name for these four islands in the Florida Keys. A protective chain of offshore reefs provides the quiet waters and gentle waves that surround the islands. The abundant marine life of those reefs and the shallow waters surrounding these islands is represented by the flashing brilliance of a leaping tarpon. The coconut palm represents the warm welcome offered to those who, like the coconut palm itself, have come from other places to make this their new island home.
The Island of Coronado is located in San Diego, on the California coast line. View the San Diego skyline and bay, along with miles of beach including the four main beaches, Central Beach, North Beach, South Beach and Silver Strand State Beach. Rent bikes to explore Glorietta Bay, hit the green at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course and visit the public marina and boat ramp. There are many hotels on the Island, including the historic Hotel Del Coronado, as well as hotels in downtown San Diego, a bit further from The Race Club pool location.
Race Club Swim Camps is a SwimSwam partner.