Mike Bottom and Rick Bishop of Michigan lead ASCA Level 2 School in New Orleans, LA

FORT LAUDERDALE,Florida May 9. THE Head Coach of the University of Michigan, Mike Bottom, along with his assistant, Rick Bishop, will be the featured clinicians of ASCA's Level 2 Stroke School at the 2013 ASCA World Clinic in New Orleans, Louisiana. Coach Bottom, known world-wide for his innovative coaching technique and attention to detail, is fresh off an NCAA Men's Division I Swimming Championship meet in March.

The Level 2 Stroke School is the state-of-the-art coach's education piece that teaches coaches to construct and correct swimming strokes and is the required ASCA certification school that has been most widely used, with over 15,000 coaches taking the course since its inception in 1985. The course was last updated in 2012, following the London Olympic Games.

The course runs from 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. on September 4, 2013.

Register for the Level 2 school here. Cost for this class is $70.

Registration for the clinic, itself, is on-going and currently costs $400per coach
(for current members) through the end of July, when prices increase.

Don't miss this great opportunity to learn strokes from the world's best.

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