Roseville, CA

Past Clinic: Slay the DRAGon

Sat, Apr, 14 2018 - Sun, Apr, 15 2018

Roseville Aquatics Complex
3051 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, Roseville, CA 95747

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Past Clinic

Event Detail

There are 2 ways to swim faster: reduce DRAG and increase POWER! This clinic works on reducing drag so that you can go faster with LESS energy! Learn how to reduce your drag and conquer the DRAGon in your swimming with two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton! The older session will also work on distance freestyle and open water technique!

Chloe lived in Roseville and swam for CCA when she was younger! Welcome her back to her old team and Sierra Nevada Swimming by learning from her at this special swim clinic!

Suggested Participants

Chloe will be leading three sessions designed for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Sign up for the approriate session today:

Curriculum

Younger Curriculum: Slay the DRAGon

Reducing drag is imperative if you want to move through the water quickly and efficiently. Finding a streamlined body position will help you reduce the water resistance so that you go faster! At this clinic, two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton will teach participants how to maximize their speed by becoming more hydrodynamic! Slay the DRAGon in your:

  • Starts:
  • Streamlines:
  • Turns:
  • AND in your strokes!:

Older Curriculum: Freestyle Technqiue and Open Water Strategies

Freestyle is the stroke that you swim most often and it is also the mmost complex stroke. Learn the details of a proper stroke technqiue as well as the subtle differences that you make when switching from a sprint freestyle stroke to a distance freestyle stroke. Chloe, an open water Olympian, will also go over open water racing basics, strategies, and techniques!

  • Freestyle: Start off with a strong and straight body line with your core engaged and a proper head position. Add in a balanced rotation, strong kick, powerful arm pull, and a quick breath. The last and most important step is to connect each of those pieces together to form a single, synchronized unit that will allow you to blast ahead of the competition in all of your freestyle races.
  • Open Water: Swimming out in the open water is more about outsmarting your opponet than out swimming them. Obviously you have to have endurance, but you also have to know yourself enough to be able to devise a strategy that will get your hand on the finishing pad first! Chloe will put participants through drills and exercises so that they can feel confident as they lose sight of the shore.

ASK QUESTIONS

Swimmers and parents are invited to ask Chloe Sutton questions during a Q&A session. Gain insight into her training regimen, diet and nutrition, and recovery tactics. Get to know her and relate to her journey as inspiration for yourself.

WATCH THE CLINICIAN

Observe the Chloe Sutton swim at full speed and demonstrate a progression of perfectly executed drills to achieve powerful, efficient and fast swimming. Visual learners will greatly benefit from not only seeing drills and exercises done correctly, but also from seeing them live and in person!

PRACTICE DRILLS

Learn the same drills that Chloe practice every day as well as what she think about when she swims. Then get the chance to practice and get feedback!

Take a photo while wearing Chloe Sutton's medals, get autographs, and recieve a special gift from our sponsors!

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