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Speedo Presents the Queens University of Charlotte & David Marsh Race Ready ClinicFebruary 1, 2014 12:00 PMLevine Center for Wellness & Recreation, Queens University of Charlotte Main Campus
Time: 90 minutes
Focusing on the details is what we do best. Each clinic will feature coaches of both the Royals and DM Performance coaching staff that deliver a focused 90 minutes of technique improvement that will help athletes prepare for meets, triathlons, summer league etc...Swimmers will be taught a series of progressive drills focusing on the four strokes, starts and turns. The use of underwater cameras will be used to help each athlete adjust technique and become efficient in the water.
Queens University of Charlotte swimming is proud to announce the schedule for this summer's swim camps. The camps will be run by Jeff Dugdale, who is the head men's and women's swim coach as well as Director of High Performance for SwimMAC Team Elite. He has assisted in placing five athletes on the U.S. Olympic Team that returned to Charlotte with three gold medals and three silver. Prior to joining SwimMAC Carolina, Dugdale was an assistant coach at Duke University, where he helped lead recruiting and leadership development. While at Duke, Dugdale had a hand in seeing both the men and women break all but three school records while moving up the ACC and NCAA ranks. In 2008, he spearheaded the merger of two club programs, Tar Heel Aquatic Team and Blue Devil Aquatic into Duke Aquatics, currently a Silver Medal program.
Ages & Abilities:
Our camp is open to any and all swimmers ages 12-18. It is highly recommended that swimmers have some form of competitive experience prior to attending camp.
Deposits & Refunds:
- There is a $100 non-refundable deposit at the time of registration and the remaining balance will be due by April 1, 2014 for summer camps
- No refunds will be accepted after May 15th
- Deposits are non-refundable
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