Featured Camp: 2020 Pittsburgh Overnight Swimming Camps


Pittsburgh Overnight Swimming Camps are designed to inspire competitive swimmers to develop their strokes and training while swimming under the guidance and experience of some of the best college coaches in the country!

University of Pittsburgh Head Coach and 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist, John Hargis, along with his Pittsburgh University coaching staff will instruct campers how to develop their strokes, starts and turns. We will also instruct campers on how to maximize daily training while at camp and when they return to their home club. Each day will consist of two water workouts, plus a classroom session to watch and analyze swimming videos, as well as other topics such as preparing for college, sport nutrition and goal setting.  Camp will also include videotaping and individual stroke analysis and instruction, nightly team building activities, and a low camper-to-staff ratio.

Campers can also purchase additional video analysis that includes all four strokes, starts, turns and underwater kick footage. Video analysis is done by collegiate coaches and delivered to the camper digitally for unlimited playback.

Pitt Swim Camp Facilities Information

The University of Pittsburgh has one of the largest and most beautiful indoor aquatic facilities, Joseph Clifton Trees Pool. It boasts two pools: the first is a 50 meter, 25 yard pool with 21 lanes and a full compliment of diving towers and one and three-meter boards, and the second is a 6-lane, 25 yard pool that is ideal for small group instruction.  Campers stay in air conditioned dorms a short walk from the pool and will be provided all meals in the dining hall.

Pitt Swimming Camps Trees Pool

Trees Pool; Photo Courtesy: Pitt Swimming Camps

2020 Pittsburgh Swim Camp Dates:

Overnight Camp Session 1: June 7 – 11

Overnight Camp Session 2: June 14 – 18

Cost: $600.00

Other camp options include: Full Day Camp, Intro to Competitive Swimming Camp and Learn to Swim Camp.

Additional camp information can be found on the website.

For more information, contact camp staff.


John Hargis Pitt Swimming Camp Coach

Camp Coach John Hargis, 1996 Olympic Gold medalist, Photo Courtesy: Pitt Swimming Camp

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