Yellowjacket Competitive Swim Camp set for June 14-17 at University of Wisconsin SuperiorSUPERIOR, Wis. – Competitive swimmers can improve their skills under the guidance of collegiate coach Bob Pearson at the Yellowjacket Competitive Swim Camp to be held June 14-17 at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
SUPERIOR, Wis. – Competitive swimmers can improve their skills under the guidance of collegiate coach Bob Pearson at the Yellowjacket Competitive Swim Camp to be held June 14-17 at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
The camp provides competitive swimmers the tools to improve efficiency in the water by focusing on technique, drills, and stroke mechanics. Camp size is limited to 42 swimmers to offer campers time to develop the skills needed to their improve race performance.
Each camp offers two in-water sessions to improve swimming efficiency along with dryland activities that include games, seminars and the use of an indoor climbing wall. Campers also have the opportunity to use the area's only high ropes course.
The Yellowjacket Competitive Swim Camp is coached by Pearson, who has directed Macalester College’s swim team for 21 years and has coached swim camps at UCLA and Stanford University. He is currently serving on the board of directors for the College Swimming Coaches Association of America, the oldest organized coaching group in the United States. He is assisted by stand-out swimmers and coaches Howard “Howie” Leathers and Kyle Hartl.
Campers must be 12 to 20 years old to participate. Camp will be held in UW-Superior’s Marcovich Wellness Center, 1810 Catlin Ave. Cost is $300 per camper with a discount for anyone registering by April 30.
For more information, contact UW-Superior Campus Recreation at (715) 395-4609 or email@example.com.