The Arkansas Razorback Swim Camp is a developmental camp designed to teach proper technique to swimmers of ALL abilities ages seven and older. Each camper will receive specific, hands-on instruction for each of the four strokes, starts and turns. There will also be lectures and video on each of the four strokes. After the completion of the camp, swimmers will receive a DVD of their above the water stroke analysis.Campers will be fully supervised at all times by qualified coaches and counselors who stay in the dorms alongside the campers. All activities will take place on the beautiful campus of the University of Arkansas. The program will be run under the direction of Jeff Poppell, Head Swimming Coach at the University of Arkansas and a USA Swimming National Team Coach. The staff will include Todd Mann, Razorback Assistant Swimming Coach, and members of the Arkansas Women’s Swimming Team.
Each camper will receive:*Arkansas Swim Camp T-Shirt*Arkansas Swim Cap* Individual Stroke Video Analysis on DVD (mailed to camper following the completion of the camp)
$300 Resident Two-Day Stroke Camp — 4 strokes$250 Commuter Two-Day Stroke Camp — 4 strokes $125 Commuter One-Day Stroke Camp — 2 strokes onlyTeam Discounts: We will be offering a 20% Team Discount if there are at least 10 campers from the same team participating in the same session. Please note that there must be one registrant for the team in order for the discount to apply. Please contact us for more information on pricing and scheduling. Ages: 7 years & UpCheck In: 9:00 AM Check-Out: 3:00 PM Check In/Out Location: HPER Natatorium
The Resident Stroke Camp is designed for those who would like to improve their stroke technique, starts, turns, and finishes. This is not a practice session, the focus is on technique. Resident campers will be provided two meals a day (Day 1 — Lunch and Dinner and Day 2 — Breakfast and Lunch) and will have the opportunity to participate in afternoon and evening activities. The Commuter Camp is for those who would like to receive the normal daytime camp instruction but would like to stay with family after the second training session has completed each day. Lunch is provided to commuter campers.
Day 19:00am — 10:00am Stroke Lecture/Video — Freestyle10:00am — 11:30am Water Session — Freestyle Technique, Starts, & Turns11:30am— 12:30pm Lunch12:30pm — 1:30pm Stroke Lecture/Video – Backstroke1:30pm — 3:00pm Water Session — Backstroke Technique, Starts, & Turns3:00pm Commuter Campers picked up/ Resident Campers Dorm Check-In4:00pm— 6:00pm Resident Camp Activity6:00pm — 7:00pm Dinner7:00pm — 9:00pm Social Activity9:00pm ALL Campers in own rooms10:00pm Lights Out
Day 28:00am — 9:00am Breakfast (Resident Campers Only)9:00am — 10:00am Stroke Lecture/Video — Breaststroke10:00am — 11:30am Water Session — Breaststroke Technique, Starts, & Turns11:30am — 12:30pm Lunch12:30pm — 1:30pm Stroke Lecture/Video – Butterfly1:30pm — 3:00pm Water Session — Butterfly Technique, Starts, & Turns3:00pm ALL Campers picked up
Additional InformationAccommodations Campers are housed in air-conditioned dorms located close to the pool facilities. Every effort will be made to accommo¬date roommate requests. Roommate requests are made on a first come first serve basis with no more than two campers per room.What to Bring Extra long twin sheets BlanketPillow Swim SuitsSwim CapGogglesToiletry itemsTowelAthletic shoes and clothing Further QuestionsIf you have any further questions, please call Coach Todd Mann (Camp Coordinator) at (479) 575-3391.