July 8-12, 2018
The Golden Bear Swim Camp focuses on developing proper technique of the four competitive strokes, starts, and turns. Campers are also instructed in training techniques, strength and dry-land training, race strategy, mental preparation, and nutrition. This camp is designed for swimmers who train and compete on the competitive level, ages 9 and up. This is NOT a learn to swim camp.
Every camp has 2 required forms which are the Consent Form and Medical Form. Individuals are not allowed to participate in the camp/clinic if these forms are not submitted.
The Consent Form must be signed by both the parent and participant.
The Medical Form must be filled out and signed by the parent.
Meals will be served at South Dining Hall located adjacent to the residence hall. The professional dining hall staff plans and prepares all meals.
The newly renovated Keystone Hall Natatorium is a six-lane, 25-yard pool with a separate 14-yard well. Lectures and video reviews will be held in class-rooms in Keystone Hall, while dry-land conditioning will be held on the adjoining fields. Overnight accommodations will be in one of the University residence halls staffed by camp counselors, coaches and University staff. There will be supervision 24 hours a day. The South Dining Hall will provide three nutritious, all-you-can-eat meals each day.
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