Olympic Coaches Gather At 2011 Eastern States Clinic; Register Today

CHERRY HILL, New Jersey, September 29. OLYMPIC coaches and swimmers to speak at upcoming at upcoming Eastern States Clinic. Ryan Lochte, Nathan Adrian & Kristy Kowal will be present to talk to coaches and work with swimmers.

The 2011 Clinic proudly offers the following prestigious line-up of speakers and the opportunity to meet and work with three Olympic swimmers:

Dave Durden: 2004 Olympic & 2003 Pan Pacific Games Coach, Head Coach UC-Berkeley, Men's NCAA Champions 2011
David Marsh: Two-time assistant Olympic Coach & Head Elite Coach SwimMac-Carolina
Ernie Maglisho: Coach & Author of "Swimming Faster" & "Swimming Fastest"
Eddie Reese: Three-time Olympic Coach, 10 NCAA Titles & Head Coach, University of Texas Men's Team
Alan Goldberg: Applied Sports Psychologist & Author
Ryan Lochte: Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist (2004, 2008) & World Record holder
Nathan Adrian: Olympic Gold Medalist in 2008, two-time NCAA & World Championships Gold Medalist
Kristy Kowal: Olympic Silver Medalist (2000), Eight-time American Record holder & World Record Holder

Update 9/30: Registration for Swimmers Has Reached Its Capacity. Coaches registration for the clinic are still being accepted. Coaches can find more information about the clinic by clicking here.

Registration forms are available by clicking here.

Registrations must be postmarked by Monday, Oct. 2 to receive the pre-registration rate. Hotel rooms at the Crowne Plaza can be booked at the special clinic rate by calling (856) 665-6666.

SPECIAL NOTE FOR COACHES
Don't miss an amazing opportunity to work with some of our country's top coaches, along with top age group and university coaches as well as ASCA, YMCA and USA Swimming club certification courses.

Also, watch Lochte as he talks about why working one-on-one with the athletes who attend these clinics is so important to him by clicking on the SwimmingWorld.TV button to the right. Listen as Ryan recalls his earlier years as a swimmer and what motivates him today to reach for Olympic gold.

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