14&Under Swim Clinic for KY Swimming
We are excited to announce Abbie Fish, and CARDINAL AQUATICS COACH, Joao Delucca, will be hosting an AWESOME one day stroke clinic at the KY House of Delegates on Saturday, Sept. 21!
Clinic is FREE!!!!
Please commit online so I can give our numbers to KY Swimming! There will be NO practice for Age Group Elite that day due to the clinic...Coach Amy encourages ALL swimmers 14&Under to attend!
LOCATION: Blairwood Tennis, Fitness and Swim – Louisville – September 21, 10:00am – 11:30am
Joao De Lucca won a gold medal at the 2019 Pan American Games (Lima, Peru) in the Men's 4 ý 200M freestyle relay, breaking the Pan American Games record. In the Mixed 4 X 100M freestyle relay, he won a silver medal. At the 2019 World Aquatics Championships (Gwangju, South Korea) Brazil's 4x200m freestyle relay with Joao qualified for a World Championships final, and the result qualified Brazil for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. 2016 Olympics, 2015 World Championships, 2015 Pan American Games, 2014 FINA World Championships, 2014 Pan Pacific Championships, 2013 World Championships, 2012 Olympics, 2011 World Championships, University of Louisville – NCAA Champion 100 & 200 FR.
Abbie Fish 6-time Olympic Trial Qualifier, NCAA Qualifier at University of Georgia - From qualifying for the Olympic Trials to working at USA Swimming’s headquarters, and coaching at The Race Club, Abbie has been on all sides of the sport. She is a University of Georgia “Double Dawg” – where she swam and graduated with her M.S. and B.S. degrees. Abbie continues to further her knowledge on stroke mechanics by studying, researching, and staying on top of the newest trends on technique. Abbie has worked with clients as young as young as 5 and up to 90 years old. She believes that anyone with the heart to train CAN and WILL benefit from technical advice!