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Jose Cerda Swim Clinic - Oct 29, 2017

7th Annual José Cerdá Swim Clinic

WHEN: Sunday October 29, 2017

WHERE: Mason Community Center Pool (Mason High School)

WHO: Open to ALL swimmers

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Click Here
Registration link


SPECIAL GUEST:  Breeja Larson, 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist, 200 Breast NCAA, US Open and American Record Holder, NCAA D1 Breaststroke Champion, FINA World Champion



To sign up, click on the registration links below or send an e-mail message to: jcswimclinic@cinci.rr.com to have the registration link sent to you.
COST of clin
ic (through Sun Oct 23):
$40 PER SWIMMER (6-8 years old and Masters swimmers)
$50 PER SWIMMER (9 & older)

$25 Classroom Sessions only
(*Additional $10 charge for registration after Oct 22)

All fees payable to Jose Cerda Aquatic Foundation and mailed to P.O. Box 12918 Cincinnati, OH 45212.

Registration link

For information or questions, send an email to: jcswimclinic@cinci.rr.com

The Swim Clinic is sponsored by:

                                                                                              

This Foundation, JCAF, has been established to honor José Cerdá by benefiting the sports he loved, swimming and water polo.  José was constantly striving to move to the next level of athletic performance while also having fun and supporting his teammates and fellow competitors. For more information about JCAF, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, please visit www.jcafoundation.org

This Swim Clinic has been inspired by José’s qualities.  José missed his Sectional Cut in 100 back by 0.01 sec., yet he remained motivated to achieving his swimming goals.  José also enjoyed the camaraderie among swimmers from all teams. In memory of José, this Swim Clinic has been designed to help swimmers improve their competitiveness while also fostering unity throughout the sport.  For more information about Jose's life, please visit the Memorial website:   www.joseito.webs.com

Why ?

This Swim Clinic is in memory of the swimmer José Cerdá, who passed away during a swim practice the day of his 18th birthday on October 26, 2010.  Jose’s ‘Point Zero One’ moment was the inspiration to create this swim clinic.   José sadly missed his sectional time cut in 100 m back stroke by 0.01 seconds.  This difference, the smallest measurable in swimming, had a huge impact on José.  Rather than being disappointed, José became more dedicated to the sport to shave that one hundredth of a second from his time to qualify for the event.  The José Cerdá Aquatic Foundation (JCAF) would like to inspire a ‘point zero one’ moment on every participant of this swim clinic, because the smallest difference can have a BIG impact.