Sprint into High School Swimming Session

Attention all you returning Fall Sports Athletes (Water Polo, Cross Country, Soccer, Football, or just Couch Potatos)!!  ‏Club Wolverine is proud to announce a new program designed to get you high school boys ready for the upcoming season.

The program is designed to give each swimmer the individual skill and speed preparation needed to be ready for the upcoming season at minimal cost. Each practice will consist of about 10 to 12 minutes of warm up then 40 to 45 mins. of drills and technique instruction. Each practice will conclude with approximately 10 mins. of short fast speed work.
Sessions:          The week long session begin on Nov. 1st , Nov. 8th , Nov. 15th and Nov. 22nd . Each session will be different and there will be a progression through the 4 sessions.
Where:             The University of Michigan Canham Natatorium.
When:              Monday and Wednesday 8:20 to 9:30 PM
                        Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 to 9:10 PM
Coaches:          The primary coaches for this group will be Mark Hill and Scott Cameron. Both Mark and Scott are members of the UM men’s coaching staff. Both were collegiate swimmers and bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the program. Mark and Scott will be joined by former UM swimmers:  Noah Whitener, Ryan Pizza and Matt Patton as the number of swimmers dictates.
Cost:                The cost will be $40.00 per week and will need to be paid in advance on the Monday of each week. No athletes will be allowed to swim until payment is received.
Each swimmer will also need to be registered with USA Swimming. There are two options for USA Swimming. A Full membership lasting through 2010. The cost for a full membership is $54.00. Or a seasonal Membership of $34.00 which is a one time membership lasting for 150 days. The USA Swimming membership is required so that the athlete has insurance coverage. USA membership fees will need to be paid with the first payment.
Final notes:      Swimmers and Parent will need to complete several documents the first night a swimmer swims. Please plan to come early.       Space in the program is limited.