June 6-10 Day & Extended Day Camp: 7 spots left
July 11-13 Day Camp: 8 spots left
July 14-17 Start & Turn Camp: 9 spots left
Both Overnight camps are full
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Utah Swimming is one of the most up and coming college team's in the country. During the Dykstra era, the Men's team has been ranked 22nd and Women's team ranked 29th and in the nation. Including several All-American, two individual PAC-12 conference champions.
Head Coach of University of Utah's Swimming and Diving Teams and 2014 Utah Olympic Coach of the Year Joe Dykstra will be joined by a staff of highly qualified, accomplished, and enthusiastic coaches, counselors and collegiate swimmers to present the 2016 Utah Swim Camps. Including Olympic Finalist, European Chmapion and 13-time All-American Head Sprint Coach Jonas Persson, All-American Head Distance Coach Michele Lowry, Assistant Coach Marius Aleksa, and Strength and Conditioning Coach Deniz Hekmati. Joe Dysktra's coaching staff will combine the best of the Utah Utes swim and camp traditions, while incorporating the latest and most modern techniques used to create champions across the world.
This camp features technique instruction, instant video analysis, personalized training, and educational sessions & presentations, which will provide swimmers with the tools to succeed that can be applied to their training and development throughout their careers.
Open to any and all entrants, limited to age 8-18, and first 50 overnight campers for June 13-17 & July 5-9 camps.
I'd like to personally invite you to attend 2016 Utah Swim Camps, a summer experience out of the ordinary, and share with you our complete package for success. I can promise that this will be the highlight of your summer, perhaps even the entire year. I look forward to seeing you there.
- Utah Head Swimming Coach, Joe Dykstra