Olympic Professional swimmers Clinic at the CAC!

Apr 27, 2019 (08:00 AM) - Apr 27, 2019 (01:00 PM)
April, 27 2019



Outline of the clinic:
10min for welcome and introduction of coaches
10 min for dryland warm up (getting to know routine exercises that will help you get ready before practice or meet and prevent shoulder injuries)
- getting ready to swim
10 min warm up swim set
Divide to 3 stations: (each segment 15min)
#1 STARTS: Start progression, working on explosiveness, start reaction, efficiency of your position during start, proper body line position, kick out, break out.
#2 FLIP TURNS: flip turn progression, speed of your turn, approach to the wall, proper push of the wall, transition after turn, powerful break out.
#3 DRILLS/ 25 of the block (choice) + coaches feedback:
while on one lane athletes are line up to swim 25 of the block, choice of stroke to get coaches feedback, on remaining lanes rest of participants work on body line position, kicks and drills.
10-15 min of summary the clinic and Q&A to our staff
Full Name of the coach/ athlete
Home town and Country
School maybe major
Your event or events
2-3 best achievement
Maybe a fun fact about yourself
1. Isabella Paez*
Venezuela/Miami, FL
Graduate from Duke
Three-time NCAA qualifier, tying for 18th in the 200 butterfly preliminaries as a senior ... Four-year member of Duke's ACC Championship team, twice posting top-four finishes in the 200 butterfly ... Graduated as the program record holder in her marquee event (1:54.93) ... Also graduated ranked fourth all-time at Duke in the 100 butterfly (52.78) and 10th in the 200 (1:49.24) and 500 freestyle (4:51.95) ... Member of the Venezuelan national team, representing the country at the 2017 and 2015 FINA World Aquatic Championships and the 2015 Pan American Games during her collegiate career ... CSCAA Scholar All-America first team selection as a senior ... Three-year member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Fun fact: I can swim whole practice butterfly!
2. Jonathan Rutter
Hometown: Born in Dunedin, New Zealand, grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
School: Yale University Class of 2018, majored in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies
Events: 200 breast, 200 free, 200 IM
Best achievements: Member of New Zealand Swimming National Senior Squad, top 10% of class at Yale, finished 3 racks of ribs at Montgomery Inn during 4th of July special
Fun fact: Did you know that sloths always poop in the same spot?
3. Klaudia Nazieblo
Wroclaw, Poland
Hokie Alumni class of 2018, Economics
All-American and multimedalist at ACC
VT and CAC pool record holder in 15 events
Polish National Team member and record holder 
World Champion and Record holder in Lifesaving (4*50 with obstacle)
Finalist and representant at European and World Championship 
Events: all backstroke and 200 fly
Fun fact: I can belly dance
4. Miguel De Lara Ojeda*
Torreón, Mexico
National Team Member and Record Holder in 100,200 Breastroke
Representant and finalist in many international meets

Fun fact: he is taking a shower not only before each competition but also before each hard practice. He found it to get him better prepared for fast swim.
5. Reka Gyorgy
ÜllQ, Hungary
Junior @ Virginia Tech, Human Development 
events: 200/400IM, 100/200back
2-3 best achievment: 
Olympian from Rio 2016
All-American, 2xACC Champion 
European Championship finalist, 
2x European Junior bronze medalist
VT School Record holder in 4 different events 
Fun fact: I am this flexible that I can touch my tose with my nose :)
Each sparticipant swimmer will be charged $50