2022 ASCA World Clinic in Las Vegas to Feature Mel Marshall, Ron Aitken, Todd DeSorbo, Russell Mark, and New Interactive Format

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The American Swimming Coaches Association is proud to announce the 2022 ASCA World Clinic will take
place in Las Vegas, Nevada, September 7-11. This year’s event promises to be one of the biggest and
best ever, with headliners including Mel Marshall, Ron Aitken, Todd DeSorbo, Russell Mark, Braden
Holloway, Brent Arckey, and Jim Ellis, among others.

A new, more interactive format will feature:

  • Main stage interviews by Brett Hawke and Rowdy Gaines
  • Panel discussions
  • Small group talks and pool demonstrations
  • Age group coach “speed dating”
  • Coaches lounge
  • Tracks for 12&U, senior/high school, Masters and learn-to-swim
  • Technology for coaches to submit questions and topics to customize talks

With over 1,000 coaches and more than 100 exhibitors expected to attend, the 2022 ASCA World Clinic
will be simultaneously the biggest, and yet most intimate in ASCA’s history.

Topics will range from team administration, leadership and gender equity to stroke analysis, season
planning and training techniques. A trip out to Lake Las Vegas for open water talks and demonstrations
will take place Friday morning. Panel discussions and interview-style talks will feature a plethora of
outstanding speakers, including Northwestern Univ. Head Coach Katie Robinson, University of Texas
Assistant Coach Mitch Dalton, Swim Fort Lauderdale Head Age Group Coach Jennifer Gibson, Nutritionist
Erica Beine, Leadership Advisor Jeff Raker, Swim Ft. Lauderdale Head Coach Dave Gibson, Nitro Head
Coach Mike Koleber, Mason Manta Rays Head Coach Ken Heis, Ohio State Head Coach Bill Dorenkott,
Bend Swim Team Head Coach Megan Oesting, Lake Oswego Head Coach Emily Melina and so many
more. Click here to see full speaker list.

Whether you are a club, high school, college, Masters, open water, para, recreational or any other type
of swim coach, teacher or swim business owner…or even if you just participate in the swimming
community in some way…this ASCA World Clinic has something for everyone.

This year’s exhibit hall will be a hotbed of activity. Exhibitors from around the globe will be surrounded

  • Stage for 15-minute mini-talks
  • Endless Pool for stroke and lesson demos
  • Product demonstrations
  • “Bonus Circle” for coaches to meet and take photos with main stage speakers
  • Cornhole competition area (betting optional)
  • Coaches lounge
  • Selfie area for photo opps

The ASCA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Awards Banquet will take place on Thursday,
September 8, and will be included in the price of the World Clinic registration. The top 10 finalists for
the Fitter and Faster/ASCA Age Group Coach of the Year will be honored and the national winner will be
revealed. ASCA will also recognize the finalists and winner for the Impact Coach of the Year, a new ASCA

The exhibitors and sponsors of the 2022 ASCA World Clinic will have multiple opportunities to make an
impact with swimming coaches and swim business owners. Sponsorship packages range from $5,000 to
$15,000. Exhibit booths start at $1,800.

Athletes and parents, or others who are not registered for the World Clinic, are welcome to purchase a
one-day exhibit hall pass for Saturday, September 10.

Early bird registration for the ASCA World Clinic starts March 16. The early bird price of $359 will
increase to the regular price of $399 on April 28, 2022.

For more information, go www.ascaworldclinic.com.

The above press release was posted by Swimming World in conjunction with ASCA. For press releases and advertising inquiries please contact Advertising@SwimmingWorld.com.

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2 years ago

I am a tad disappointed that 7 men and no woman are listed as a headliners in the intro. I do see that there are women on the program, which is a good thing.

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