Delaware, OH | Sep 07, 2014
Sutton is the only athlete to compete for the USA Olympic Team in the pool AND in open water. She has five national championship titles and is seen as one of the premier distance freestylers in the sport. Swimmers of all ages and ability will benefit from the drills she teaches to improve freestyle efficiency and overall endurance.Read More
Brown is a two-time Olympian and 2013 British National Champion and Record Holder. A sprint freestyle specialist, he will teach the drills and mental exercises that have kept him in front of his competition and on top of podium.Read More
Sign up now for a action-packed session with two of the best swimmers in the sport! Chloe Sutton and Adam Brown are experienced clinicians who bring their energy and inspiration from their recent Olympic experience and strong 2013 performances. Both will teach younger swimmers how to improve their swim performance and on how to be mentally prepared on race day. Below is a snapshot of what participants will learn in Delaware, OH on September 7th:
Work on the foundations of fast swimming – including proper head and body positioning, hand entry into the water, streamlines, and breakouts
Focus closely on freestyle techniques both clinicians have used through their career to become champions – all of which translates to strong swimming in any stroke.
On land, spend quality time with the athletes doing core and stretching exercises Sutton and Brown use to increase flexibility and prevent injury
Watch drills and demonstration on our 100 inch screen!
Ask Brown and Sutton your questions in a Q&A session for kids AND parents
Take a photo while wearing clinicians' medals, get autographs, and pick up a full color Fitter & Faster Tour Collector's program and a special welcome bag that contains gifts from our sponsors!
Inspired Swimmers are Dedicated Swimmers! Sign up before tickets sell out.
Each Fitter and Faster Swim Tour Presented by SwimOutlet.com clinic is designed to focus on the unique strengths and experiences of the clinicians at that specific clinic. That's why participants have been to three, four or five FFT clinics throughout the country.