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Stroke Development Camp & WESTMINSTER 25th Towering Titan Camp Highlights Annual Titan • Both camps are offered simultaneously during week 1. Swimmers may attend more than one week, but must depart camp on Thursday and return on Sunday. Swim • Instruction and analysis in the mechanics of the four competitive strokes, plus underwater travel, includ- ing starts and turns. • Familiarization with workout techniques, flexibility, Camp strength training, diet and nutrition, injury 2009 AWArd WiNNerS from WeeK oNe prevention, and mental preparation. • College preparation seminar for high school swimmers. Stroke Development Camp (Week 1 only) • Nightly activities and 24-hour supervision provided. Titan Stroke Development camp is designed for the • A trainer will be on staff and local doctors are on call. competitive swimmer who wishes to improve stroke technique and mechanics. “Fine-tuning” the four • Staff includes college, high school and age group competitive strokes, underwater travel, and starts and coaches, along with Westminster Swim Team turns, will be emphasized. Swimmers attending this members. camp should be in good swimming shape. • Campers will be asked to use a front mounted snorkel for various drills and practice sets. All campers will be given the opportunity to Towering Titan Camp (Week 1 or 2) purchase a front mounted snorkel at a special discounted camp price prior to arriving at camp. Towering Titan Camp is designed for the serious competitive swimmer who wishes to participate in a week-long training camp while “fine-tuning” the four june 13-17, 2010 Cost competitive strokes, underwater travel, starts, and Stroke development and Towering Titan (Ages 10+) • $300 per resident camper for one week. $505 turns. Major emphasis will be placed on conditioning per resident camper for two weeks. A $75 deposit with at least two water workouts per day. Considerable june 20-24, 2010 New Wilmington, PA 16172-0001 is required with registration. The balance is due time will also be spent on technique and mechanics. Towering Titan (grades 7+) upon arrival. Camp fees CANNoT be returned SWimmerS ATTeNdiNg ThiS CAmP muST be after may 15 for any reason. iN good SWimmiNg ShAPe uPoN ArrivAl AT june 28-july 1, 2010 CAmP ANd free of iNjury. It is STroNgly rec- day Camp (Ages 8+) • Commuter (campers who choose not to stay ommended that swimmers enrolling in this camp be at Westminster College on campus overnight) rate is $275 per camper least 12 years of age for week 1. The Camp director for one week. reserves the right to switch campers from Tower- Titan Swim Camp Rob Klamut, • The camp fee covers housing (for resident ing Titan to Stroke development Camp in week 1. Camp Director campers), all meals at College dining hall, insurance, t-shirt and work book, WEEK 2 - TOWERING TITAN CAMP ONLY 724-946-7315 recreational activities, and awards. This special Towering Titan Camp week is re- stricted to swimmers entering grade 7 or higher. This week is designed for serious competitive Westminster College swimmers and will contain challenging workouts New Wilmington, PA along with everything else offered in Towering westminster.edu/athletics Titan Camp. Day Camp Highlights Westminster College Titan Swim Camp - 2010 Registration Form • Instruction and analysis of stroke technique and Apply early ... enrollment limited mechanics. “Fine-tuning” the four competitive strokes, under-water travel, and starts and turns, one swimmer per form ... forms may be duplicated ... Check more than one box if attending multiple camps will be emphasized. resident for Week one resident for Week one resident for Week Two (Stroke Development, June 13-17) (Towering Titan, June 13-17) (Towering Titan Grades 7+, June 20-24) • Day campers must be at least 8 years old. Commuter for Week one Commuter for Week one Commuter for Week Two (Stroke Development, June 13-17) (Towering Titan, June 13-17) (Towering Titan Grades 7+, June 20-24) • Familiarization with workout techniques, flexibility, strength training, diet and nutrition, injury preven- day Camp (June 28-July 1) tion, and mental preparation. Full Name_______________________________________________________________________________ • Camp runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday to Thurs- day, and lunches are included. Preferred first name (please print) _____________________________ M or F (circle one) Age (as of 1st day of camp) _____________ Grade (Sept. 2010) _____________ • A trainer will be on staff and local doctors are on call. Westminster College Natatorium Street__________________________________________________________________________________ "Home of the Titans" • Staff includes college, high school and age group City____________________________________________ State______________ Zip__________________ coaches, along with Westminster swim team • Competitive pool - 45 x 75 feet • Training well - 45 x 47 feet E-mail Address ____________________________________________ members. • Moveable bulkhead - pool can be set for 25 yards, Daytime Phone (__________) _________________________________ Adult T-shirt size (circle one): 25 meters, or 40 yards • Fitness Center Evening Phone (__________) _________________________________ S M L XL • Underwater window Cellular Phone (__________) _________________________________ Cost • Colorado Electronic Timing System with touchpads Swim Team Name ________________________________________________________________________ • $175 per camper. A $75 deposit is required with and 9-line scoreboard registration. The balance is due upon arrival. • Kiefer-McNeil Wave Eater II lane markers Roommate Preference (one only) ____________________________________________________________ Camp fees CANNoT be returned after may 15 • Three Power Racks and four Vasa Swim Trainers Will be honored only if boTh campers indicate the same choice for any reason. • Relay Start Judging Platform Additional information will be mailed to campers upon acceptance. • The camp fee covers lunch at College dining hall, Ages & Roommate Requests A $75 deposit check must accompany this application. Make check payable to Westminster College and send to: Titan Swim insurance, t-shirt and work book, and awards. Camp, Westminster College, box 163, New Wilmington, PA 16172. Balance due upon arrival. Camp fees can not be refunded • All campers must be at least 10 years old for AfTer mAy 15 for any reason. Westminster College or the camp staff will not be held responsible for lost or stolen valuables. Credit cards cannot be accepted. weeks 1 and 2 (8 years old for Day Camp). Registration forms may be duplicated. OFFICE USE ONLY: Amt.___________Check No._______ Date____________ • Week 2 campers must be at least entering grade 7. • Roommate requests for resident campers at- tending weeks 1 and 2 will be honored if both Camp Director Rob Klamut campers indicate the same choice of one room- Rob Klamut is aquatics director and men’s and women’s swimming coach at Westminster Col- mate on the registration form. lege. Klamut earned PAC Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year honors, marking the seventh • Residence hall rooms will be assigned with boys time he has either earned men’s or women’s PAC coach of year honors since the Titans joined the league in 2003. Since 1985, his Titan teams have compiled an overall dual meet record of and girls securely separated. 331-134-2, and he coached three national champions, 105 individuals earning All-America or All- • Counselors and coaching staff will provide 24- America honorable mention honors, 81 conference champions and several scholar-athletes and hour supervision in the residence hall. all-academic team members. Coach Klamut earned his B.S. degree at Clarion University and M.Ed. degree at the University of Location Pittsburgh. He has achieved a Level 5 coaching certification from the American Swimming Coaches Association and holds American Red Cross instructor certification in WSI, Lifeguard Training, First Westminster College is located in New Wilmington, Aid and CPR. Pa. It is 60 miles north of Pittsburgh, 80 miles south of Coach Klamut can be contacted at (724) 946-7315 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Erie and Cleveland, and 20 miles east of Youngstown. It is conveniently located near two major Interstate highways I-79 (North and South), and I-80 (East and West), as well as PA Route 60 (North and South). INSTRUCTION AT INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FACILITIES
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