The inaugural 2014 Youth Fantasy Camp for ages 12-17 will be held October 9–12, followed by an adult Fantasy Camp for ages 18 and older from October 17-19. Space is limited, with registration deadlines on September 3 for youth camp and September 10 for adult camp.
#4 – 4. Six Olympians With Fourteen Olympic Medals
Comments Off on 5 Reasons You Want to Attend the USA Swimming Foundation’s 2014 Fantasy Camps
There is limited space available for this Elite Level SPEED and POWER Swim Camp. Only swimmers capable of swimming faster than 54.99 for men and 58.99 in the 100 yard freestyle are eligible to attend.
Comments Off on Nick Folker, Jimmy Feigen & Kara Lynn Joyce to Lead “Elite Speed & Power Mini Camp”
It is time to challenge yourself to think in new ways.
Alabama Swimming & Diving highlight video from the 2013 – 2014 season.
Comments Off on University of Alabama Swimming & Diving 2013-2014 Highlight Video
Swimming video, a look back at 2014 NCAAs, is courtesy of the University of Alabama and sophomore Brett Walsh. (Featured Image: Coach Dennis Pursley)
Both camps are led by the top coaches in the world, Bruce Gemmell for the Adult Camp and David Marsh and Todd Schmitz for the Youth Camp, and feature special guest Olympic gold medalists Nathan Adrian, Anthony Ervin, Rowdy Gaines and Mel Stewart.
Swim Video is courtesy of David Marsh Performance and Queens University of Charlotte, a SwimSwam Swim Camp Partner.
Mercersburg Swim Clinics provide an experience that teaches swimmers the most innovative techniques available, while having fun. The philosophy is simple. Swimmers do not just compile distance, but rather work on improvements in starting, turning, and stroke techniques.
Swimming Video is courtesy of SwimMAC Elite & David Marsh Performance Swim Camps.
David Marsh, Olympic Coach and CEO of SwimMAC Carolina, explains Underwater High Elbow Catch.
Every Elite athlete works hard to achieve their goals. The best in the world have found ways to train harder, train smarter, and challenge themselves every day. Now you can experience a few days of training at an elite level, learning from Coach Jeff Dugdale, with special appearances from Olympic Coach David Marsh.
This guest column was provided by and is courtesy of VASA, a SwimSwam partner, and Matt Kredich, the 2013 Swammy Award winning College Coach of the Year.
The paddle is nothing new to the swimming community. You can find a pair in just about every size and shape imaginable if you take the time to shop around. So what makes a paddle good and what makes a paddle bad?