Professional Swim Workouts by Professional Swim Coaches

4th Annual Jose Cerda Swim Clinic

Sunday, October 26, 2014 at Mason Community Center
(6050 Mason-Montgomery Road. Mason, Ohio 45040)

Reach the next level of competition by learning from top swimmers and coaches. Fine tune your strokes and learn high-level competitive techniques.

$40 PER SWIMMER
All fees payable to Jose Cerda Aquatic Foundation and mailed to
P.O. Box 12918 Cincinnati, OH 45212 prior to Oct.15, 2014

JCAF Swim Clinic

Schedule

Time Activity Presenter/Responsible Location
8:30-8:45 am Registration swimmers up to 12 years old Volunteers Lobby
9:00-11:30 am Water Instruction – swimmers up to 12 years old
Parents can watch from bleachers
Todd Billhimer Pool
11:30 am-12:00 pm Lunch for Coaches, Olympians, volunteers JCAF Board Senior Center
11:30 am-12:00 pm Registration swimmers 13 years and older Volunteers Lobby
12:00-1:00 pm Q&A with Olympians/Autographs/Pictures
All swimmers & parents
JCAF Board Senior Center
1:00-1:45 pm Study of strokes, starts and turns – All swimmers Chris Wolford/Champions Activity Room A
1:00-2:00 pm College Swimming and Recruiting Q&A – Parents College Coaches Activity Room A
2:00-3:00 pm Nutrition Talk – Parents Dr. Dan Carl Activity Room A
2:00-3:00 pm Water Instruction swimmers 13 years and older Champions/Coaches Pool
3:00-4:00 pm Specific sessions for sprinters,
Swimmers 13 and older
Mike Leonard/Champions Pool

Why Pointe Zero One

This Clinic is in memory of the swimmer José Cerdá. José sadly missed his sectional time cut in 100 m backstroke by 0.01 seconds. This difference, the smallest measurable in swimming, had a huge impact on José. Rather than being disappointed by it, José became more dedicated to the sport to shave that one hundredth of a second from his time to qualify for the event; in essence achieve his goals.

José’s point zero one story is more common in swimming than some may realize. Recently the US men’s relay swim team was disqualified at the 2013 World Championship by 0.01 seconds. Olympian Scott Usher also shared his ‘point zero one’ moment at the 4th Annual JCAF Dinner Gala.

We would like this Clinic to inspire your ‘point zero one’ moment, because the smallest difference can have a BIG impact.

Download the Flyer with all the information.


This Foundation, JCAF, has been established to honor José Cerdá by benefiting the sports he loved, swimming and water polo. For more information about JCAF, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, please visit www.jcafoundation.org. José was constantly striving to move to the next level of athletic performance while also having fun and supporting his teammates and fellow competitors.

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