Central States Coaches Clinic To Feature Talks By Bob Bowman, Todd Schmitz, Dave Durden and More

OAK BROOK, Illinois, April 14. DON’T miss out on the opportunity to expand your education! Make plans now to attend the Central States Swim Clinic at the Oak Brook Marriott in Oak Brook, Ill., on May 17 and 18! The pre-registration deadline is May 5.

Likewise, in order to receive special clinic hotel rates, reservations must be made by May 5. Call (630)573-8555 to do so, or book online through the website here.

The elite lineup includes:
Bob Bowman: 2004, 2008 & 2012 Assistant Olympic Coach, Coach of Michael Phelps
Dave Durden: 2004 Olympic & 2003 Pan Pac Coach, Head Coach UC-Berkeley men
Todd Schmitz: 2012 USA Olympic Coach, Head Coach Colorado Stars, Coach of Missy Franklin
Alan Goldberg: Applied Sports Psychologist & Author
Ian Crocker: Three-time Olympian (2000, 2-04, 2008) Three Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze medal, former world record holder
Kate Ziegler: Two-time Olympian (2008 & 2012), former world record holder, four-time world champion

Mark Schubert shared, “This is a great clinic to hear from the best coaches in the world and to learn the latest training methods and techniques now being practiced on world class level. The Central States Clinic is a must-attend.”

Please note that USA Swimming and ASCA courses are available. This year, the following courses are being offered:

ASCA courses: Dryland Training for Age Group Swimmers, Coaching the Novice Swimmer, The Stroke School, Creating Team Leadership and USA Club Leadership/Business Management.

More information and registration forms can be found here: http://www.swimclinic.com/central_about.html

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Author: Jeff Commings

Jeff Commings is the Senior Writer for SwimmingWorld.com and Swimming World Magazine. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in journalism and was a nine-time NCAA All-American.

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