Sunday, June 4, 2017 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM.
USMS Stroke Development and Improvement Clinic for Swimmers - Portland, ME
U.S. Masters Swimming are hosting a USMS stroke development and improvement clinic for swimmers of all abilities. All four strokes will be included using drills and coach instruction. Mel Goldstein and Bill Brenner will be on hand to help you improve your technique and teach you drills that will enable you to continue to refine your stroke. Swimmers are not required to swim all strokes and may work on only those strokes they choose.
was the 2001 Speedo US Masters Coach of the year, Mel won the 1997 Ransom J. Arthur MD Award that goes annually to a person who best supports the objectives of Masters swimming. It is the highest honor bestowed by United States Masters Swimming. He is a past President of USMS and a USMS All American with 255 Individual Top Ten Achievements. In 2012, he was inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame.
is the Education Director for USMS. He has 30+ years coaching experience working with age group, college and Masters swimmers. Bill has served as a support team member for his local Masters club, team representative to the LMSC, an LMSC officer as the Top Ten Recorder, a multi-year delegate to the USAS convention and a member of national committees. He has served as the meet director for multiple events, helped organize the 2013 Pan American Masters championship and hosted the 2014, 2015 and 2016 YMCA Masters national championship in Sarasota, Fla. A USMS Level 4 certified Masters coach, he enjoys attracting adult athletes to the sport of swimming and coaching all levels of ability. On average, Bill presents 25 USMS stroke development clinics per year throught the U.S.
NEW Pool Location as of 6/2/2017
The Riverton Community Center
1600 Forest Ave
Portland, ME 04103
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Registration: 8:15 am- 8:30 am
Swim Clinic: 8:30 am- 12:00 pm Please be in your suit & on the on the deck promptly by 8:30 am.
Please bring your suit, goggles, fins, paddles and a towel. Fins are necessary because without them many of the drills may be difficult. Fins help create buoyancy and mild propulsion.
Online registration only. Registration closes at midnight pacific time on Saturday, June 3, 2017or when the clinic enrollment reaches 36.
Online Registration is Paid by Credit Card:
Your online registration for this course will be paid by credit card and processed by Club Assistant. Please look for "ClubAssistant.com Events" on your credit card statement.
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