These swim camps are headed by some of the best coaches in swimming. Stay tuned. More swim camps will be listed soon.
The University of Florida GATOR SWIM CAMPS are developmental camps designed to teach swimmers proper technique and provide quality training to swimmers of ALL abilities between 8 and 18 years old. The camps emphasize technical skills, training habits, and mental preparation as well as the importance of health and fitness in a structured, fun, and enthusiastic Gator environment. Campers will interact with Olympic Gold Medalists, World and NCAA Champions, as well as Olympic and World Championship coaches.
Come join 3-time Olympic Coach and 1988 Bronze medalist, Sergio Lopez. as he teaches you the techniques and drills that have helped Olympians and World Ranked Swimmers around the world. During camp swimmers will focus on improving their technique, and mental strength while building positive relationships with other swimmers in a dynamic environment. Coach Sergio will be joined by the Virginia Tech Coaches Steve Steketee, Jacy Dyer, Payton Brooks, and Albert Subirats to ensure a small coach to camper ratio, along with other Virginia Tech staff and camp counselors. We hope you can join us!
We are excited to offer a full range of swim camp programs in the summer of 2022. Renovations have recently been completed in our dorm facilities, and we are preparing exciting new features to be available in 2022. Camp registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis from the online camp registration system.
Are you looking for swim camps? Well, you may not need to look too far because Fitter and Faster Swim Camps produces camps in every state plus Canada! They already have more than 150 camps open for registration that you can sign your swimmer up for throughout the United States! Click the cities below to read the curriculum at each location and to sign your swimmer up. Or, you can click here to search for camps in your area!
The Aggie Swim Camp is known as a premiere technique-based camp where our philosophy is “INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION”. We do one-on-one analysis and detailed stroke work with EVERY camper, EVERY day. The Aggie Swim Camp is known for being the first major collegiate swim camp to send home an individual film of each camper, included in the cost of camp. The film is a great reference tool that you can use all year long. Extensive filming includes above water, below water, starts and turns with voice-over stroke instruction, as well as one-on-one video analysis with camp coaches daily. Also included on the film are demonstrations of stroke drills utilized by our coaches with their own teams throughout the year.
The Neal Studd Swim Camp at Florida State University, is a camp that focuses on giving each swimmer age 7-18 the tools to improve their overall technique. The camp focuses on, fitness, stroke technique, starts, turns, nutrition and mental training. Each camper will recieve specific instruction on all 4 strokes, turns and starts. There will be classroom sessions on these principles as well as talks on nutrition. We will also have champion swimmers come in to talk to our campers. Our goal each session is to give your camper the tools to improve their swimming as well as give them a renewed love of the sport! We love to hear from our campers each year, that they have a “renewed love of the sport” and/or that they “were so excited to drop time”.
The Michigan Swim Camp is designed to provide each competitive swimmer with the opportunity to improve their pursuit of excellence, both in and out of the water. It is open to any and all participants limited only by age, specified number of campers, and the ability to swim the competitive strokes. This is not a learn to swim camp. During online registration campers will select from one of two tracks.
UNC Swimming Camps are designed to teach athletes the technical aspects of swimming to help them achieve success at the next level. While the main focus of our camp is on stroke analysis and technique for starts and turns, we also provide elite training sessions, team building activities, nutritional education, competition preparation tools and mental training.
A unique, cutting-edge environment for swimmers wanting a competitive advantage. Camps focus on all technical aspects of racing and are designed to specifically develop the four competitive strokes plus starts, turns, transitions and finishes. Stroke technique, efficiency and speed will all improve. SPIRE Performance Training is included and designed to develop core strength, power and flexibility.
All pool sessions are held at the Mizzou Aquatic Center on The University of Missouri campus. Ranked by Sports Illustrated (September, 2005) as the #1 Student Recreation Center in the United States. The Mizzou “Fast Water” pool is one of the premier competitive aquatic facilities in the world. Since its completion in 2005, there have been multiple American and World records set in its waters. The competition pool is 8-8.5 feet deep, 50 meters by 25 yards, and can create either eight 50-meter lanes or 22 25-yard lanes. The diving pool is an 18-foot deep, 25-yards-wide pool, and can create 8 lanes.
The 2022 UNC Swimming Camps look forward to hosting you for a lively swimming experience in beautiful Chapel Hill. UNC Head Coach, two-time Olympic Gold-Medalist Mark Gangloff, along with the rest of the UNC Swimming Staff will be among the staff for the 2020 Carolina Swim Camps. Mark Gangloff and his staff look forward to sharing their knowledge and time with you to help foster champion swimmers in all! We look forward to having you!
Technique Day Camp is a stroke intensive camp, we will focus on enhancing your swimmer’s technique. Our objective is for every swimmer to leave with a faster more efficient stroke, while at the same time enhancing their love for the sport of swimming. Swimmers will learn the latest technique trends for each of the four competitive strokes, as well as starts & turns. One stroke will be highlighted each day with an emphasis on efficiency & mechanics. Training will occur in each session, with swimmers receiving individual attention & feedback. Campers will receive daily instruction on injury prevention, dry-land training, and NUTRITION FOR COMPETIVE SWIMMING. When they return to their home club or team they will be able to train & compete at a higher level.