STREAMLINE we believe that proper technique is the basis for
long-term success in the sport of swimming and that rigorous
training should wait until correct technique has been acquired. We
believe in slow deliberate technique practice and breaking down
skills and strokes in components to teach through
addition, we acknowledge the importance of science and how it has
accelerated the development of swimming, especially in the new
millennium, and believe it is paramount to stay current with
scientific development in swimming in order to remain competitive
as a nation at the highest level.
STREAMLINE teaches swimmers of all ages efficient
swim techniques to complement team training, raise awareness of the
importance of technique, prevent chronic swim injuries, and aid in
the process of reaching one's full potential. Ultimately,
STREAMLINE hopes to positively impact the swim system as a whole by
promoting prioritization of technique training based on current
STREAMLINE started out
as a fun 2-week project in the summer of 2010, when founder and
former European Champion Marieke Roberts flew her old coach and a
world-class biomechanic over from Europe to work on technique with
some of the fastest club swimmers in Texas.
swim parents showed interest in this type of technique training for
their swimmers. A general concern about lack of technique training
in the current team system of large group practice became apparent.
The following summer, STREAMLINE offered its first series of swim
camps for school-aged swimmers and all of the 8 one-week camp
sessions offered that summer sold out. STREAMLINE was on the map as
a high-quality, technique-only swim camp.
continued its success in 2012 and 2013. During that period,
STREAMLINE also offered several 'Elite' camp sessions featuring
Olympic Guest Coaches, including International Hall of Fame Coach
Paul Bergen and Cullen Jones' coach Ed Nessel.
In the Fall of 2013,
STREAMLINE expanded into new markets and services and now offers a
full range of professional high-tech swim services to school-aged
swimmers, as well as masters swimmers and