Woodstock, GA | Apr 12, 2014
Vanderkaay is a three-time Olympian, four-time Olympic medalist, and world record holder. At the 2012 games he was named team captain - a testament to his leadership and respect in the sport. Hailed as one of the greatest American freestylers, he has been an instrumental part of Team USA's dominance.Read More
Romano is a 2013 World Championships silver medalist in the 100-meter freestyle and 2013 NCAA Champion. Aside from being a double-threat in both freestyle and backstroke, she is a true tam-player. At the 2013 FINA World Championships, she anchored the U.S. to gold medals in both the 400-meter freestyle relay and 400-meter medley relay.Read More
Swimmers ages 11 and older can sign up now for a jam-packed clinic with two of the fastest swimmers in the world. Vanderkaay and Romano will lead a clinic designed to teach competitive swimmers the essentials of fast, smart swimming. Participants will learn how to be confident when competing and take care of their body both in and out of the pool – all while truly enjoying the sport. This clinic is a must for any swimmer looking to learn!
What you can expect in Woodstock, GA on April 12th, 2014:
Develop freestyle and backstroke ability through drills dedicated to improved head and positioning, tight streamlines, and explosive walls
Work on stroke technique beneficial in all events – including body rotation, underwater catch, and powerful kick
Learn what the clinicians do daily to become better athletes
Practice exercises and stretches that build strength and flexibility
Ask Vanderkaay and Romano questions about their training regimen, how to eat better for practice meets, and more during a Q&A session for swimmers AND parents!
Take photos and get autographs from the clinicians, receive 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 strengths and experiences of the clinicians at that specific clinic. Thats why participants have been three, four or five FFT sessions throughout the country.