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OLYMPIC BREAKOUT! CLINIC

OLYMPIC BREAKOUT! CLINIC

January 15, 2017 (12:00 PM) - January 15, 2017 (05:30 PM)
January 15, 2017
 
We're excited to share the details of our next Breakout Clinic, coming to Cedar Rapids on Sunday January 15!  Registration goes live at 8:00am on THURSDAY DEC 15 at the links below.  This is a great opportunity for your swimmer to work with, learn from and even race two of the sport's finest, and a fantastic idea for a stocking stuffer this holiday season.  Register early to avoid disappointment!
 
Clinic Details
 
Each session lasts 3 hours and features in-water stroke technique and instruction from the Olympians, photo/autograph session and a chance to race the athletes!  Each swimmer will receive a T-Shirt, Goodie Bag.  Sponsored by Mutual of Omaha and subsidized by the Iowa YMCA Swim League, we are able to offer these clinics for the incredible price of  $30.00 per swimmer.  To be eligible for the $30 rate, swimmers must currently be enrolled in a YMCA Swim Team program.  Thank you to the Helen G Nassif YMCA in Cedar Rapids for providing us with the facility for use during the clinic.
 
Two sessions will be offered:
 
12pm - 3pm -         10 and Under Swimmers
2:30pm - 5:30pm -  11 and Over Swimmers
 
Location: Helen G. Nassif YMCA.  207 7th Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, IA  52401

 
Clinic Athletes
 
JASONLESAK
Four time Olympian, World Record Holder and US Team Captain Jason Lezak has been the go-to guy for US relays since 1999 and has competed in 4 Olympic Games.  In the 2008 Olympics Jason anchored the 4x100m free relay with a split of 46.06 -  the fastest ever in the sport, coming from behind to steal the Gold from the French.  Many experts say it was one of the greatest upsets in Olympic history.  Fans all over the country love to meet Jason "The Anchor" Lezak in person and Jason loves to share with them how he trained by himself to become an Olympic Legend.

KELSIWORRELL
Kelsi busted onto the National scene her junior year of college setting the American Record in the 100Yrd Fly becoming the first woman ever to go :49 seconds in that race.  Later in 2015 Kelsi represented the USA winning Gold in the Pan American Games.  Kelsi repeated as NCAA champion in the 100 and 200 fly and broke her own record in the 100Yrd Fly with an astounding :49.3!  Riding that momentum Kelsi went on to ultimately win Gold at the RIO 2016 Olympics.  Olympic champion Kelsi Worrell, now with 2 American Records in the 100 and 200 Fly and a world record, is ready to inspire others and is poised for great things in Tokyo 2020.
 
Sign Up

Sign Up will be available beginning at 8:00am on Thursday December 15, 2017 at the following links:

10 AND UNDER CLINIC - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

11 AND OVER CLINIC - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP