Golden Bear Swim Camp

June 28 - July 1, 2021

Camp Philosophy

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.

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Daily Schedule

8:30 am - Camper drop off

9:00-9:45am Classroom

9:45-10:30am Dryland Conditioning

10:30-11:45am Pool session

11:45am-12:30pm Lunch

1:00PM—3:00pm Pool session

3:00PM Camper pickup

    Cost

    Commuter: $225

    Sites & Facilities

    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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    Recommended Equipment

    • 2-4 swim suits
    • Caps & goggles
    • Sweats
    • Water bottle(s)
    • Towels
    • Combination lock
    • Running sneakers
    • Shorts & T-shirts
    • Spending money
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    Swim Camp Staff

    Tim Flannery

    Tim Flannery

    Head Swimming Coach