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Ahelee Sue Osborn
August 13th, 2010, 07:10 PM
American Swim Coaches Assn. World Clinic begins August 30th in Indianapolis

Registration and information:

http://www.swimmingcoach.org/worldclinic/asca2010/default.asp


Schedule of speakers & clinics:

Monday, August 30
(Schools – all 1 PM to 5 PM)


Dryland Training – Jason Dierking
How to Write Workouts – Guy Edson, ASCA
Masters School Level 1, Part I (continued Tuesday) – Jim Halstead, USMS
Age Group Sports Psychology – John Leonard, ASCA


Tuesday, August 31
(Schools)


[full day] Level 1: Foundations of Coaching – USA Swimming staff
[full day] Level 2: The Stroke School – Coach Ira Klein
[full day] Level 3: The Physiology School – Michael Lawrence, Lake Forest Swim Club
[full day] Level 4: The Administration School – Jennifer and David Gibson BEST Swim Club
[full day] Level 5: The Leadership School – John Leonard , ASCA
[full day] CSCAA: Coaches Education Program – [tba]
[full day] Certified Aquatic Administrator Course – Robert Clayton



[morning] Masters School Level 1, Part II (continued from Monday) – Jim Halstead, USMS
6-10 PM – Coaching Effectiveness, Part I (continued Wednesday) – Pacific Institute Group
7-9 PM – Instructors Course for Levels 1 & 2 – John Leonard


Wednesday, September 1
7-9 AM – Breakfast with a Legend. [Early sign-up bonus sponsored by Indiana Swimming]
9 AM -- Exhibit Hall opens
10 AM – 12 Noon – YMCA Coaches Meeting
9 AM – 12 Noon – CSCAA Annual Meeting and Program
8 AM – 12 Noon – Coaching Effectiveness, Part II [school] – Pacific Institute Group
1-3 PM – ASCA Board Meeting.
1:00 PM – Clinic begins


Gold Medal Clinic

1-2:30 PM – Sean Hutchison – The Preparation of Ariana Kukors for the Rome 200 IM World Record.
3-4:30 PM – Paulus Wildeboer, Denmark – The Preparation of Lotte Friis – 800 Free Gold Medal in Rome.


Age Group Track

1-2 PM - Bryan Dedeaux, Mission Viejo Nadadores – Coaching Ten Year Olds
2:15-3:15 PM – Jan Mittemeyer, TNT Swimming – “Thriving in a Small Market, Making Your Club Special”
3:30-4:30 PM – Coley Stickels, Lake Oswego Swim Club – “Converting Age Group Swimmers into Productive Senior Swimmers”


Other Talks

1-2 PM – Dr. Monika Schloder – “Ballet for Swimmers” for Increasing Body Awareness and Rhythm.

7:00-7:10 PM – Mark Schubert, USA National Team Head Coach – Remarks
7:10-8:30 PM – Gold Medal Talk – Brett Hawke, Auburn – The Training of Cesar Cielo.

Welcome Party in the Exhibit Hall – 8:45 – 10:30 PM.

Thursday, September 2


Gold Medal Clinic

8-9:30 AM – Kim Brackin – The Training of Kirsty Coventry.
10 –11:30 AM – Stefano Morini, Italy – The Training of Federica Pellegrini.
1-2:30 PM – Cesare Butini, Italy – The Training of Alessia Filippi.


Age Group – Technique Day

8-9 AM – Bryan Dedeaux, Mission Viejo – Teaching Freestyle and Backstroke
9:30-10:30 AM – Jan Mittemeyer, TNT Swimming – Teaching Freestyle and Backstroke Turns
11 AM – 12 Noon – Coley Stickels, Lake Oswego – Teaching Breaststroke and Butterfly
1-2 PM – Nancy Hennessy, Gator Swim Club – Teaching Breaststroke and Butterfly Turns
2:15-3:15 PM – Nancy Hennessy, Gator Swim Club – Teaching Starts for All Strokes
3:30-4:30 PM – John Leonard – Learning HOW to Teach


Other Topics

8-9 AM – Guy Edson – “Getting the Club Job You Want and Succeeding at It”
9:30-10:30 AM – Bob Groseth/Tim Welsh – “Getting the University Job You Want and Succeeding at It.”
11 AM-12 Noon – Ian McLeod – Swimming Anatomy, Part I
1-2 PM – Dr. Monika Schloder – “Body Language in Coaching: A Tool for Effective Communication”
2:15-3:15 PM – Liz Weidling – “Sport Massage”
3:30-4:30 PM – Coach Ira Klein, “Success Tools for the Swimming Coach.”
3-4:30 PM – David Marsh/Patti Waldren, SwimMAC Carolina – “Gold in the Water: How Your Masters Swim Team Can Support Your Age Group Program”
12 Noon – 1:15 PM – Fellows Reunion Luncheon [Fellows and invited guests only]

Thursday Evening
–Discussion Groups.
–Indiana Swimming Coaches Seminar

Friday, September 3
11:30-12:30 AM – ASCA Business meeting
12:30-1:30 PM – ASCA Board Meeting
2:00-4:00 PM – World Swimming Coaches Association Board Meeting [by invitation only]


Gold Medal Clinic

8-9:30 AM – Norbert Warnatzsch, Germany – The Training of Britta Steffen.
1-2:30 PM – Gregg Troy, USA- The Preparation of Ryan Lochte.
3-4:30 PM – Martyn Wilby, Great Britain – The Preparation of Gemma Spofforth.


High School and CSCAA Tracks

8-9 AM – HS – Lanny Landtroop – “Attitude and Motivation”
9:15-10:15AM – HS – Mel Roberts – “Seasons from Hell…Dealing with Adversity”
10:30-11:30 AM – HS – Larry Stoegbauer – “Dryland Training: Bare Bones”
1-2 PM – HS – Dana Abbott – “A One-Person Coaching Staff of Thousands”
2:15-3:15 PM – HS – Mark Onstott – “Taper”
3:30-4:30 PM – HS – Dick Shoulberg – “Maximizing Time, Space and Personnel”
8-9 AM – CSCAA – Kristina Paltell – “Training and Recovery”
9:15-10:15 AM – CSCAA – Teri McKeever & Kathie Wickstrand Gahen – “Team Dynamics”
10:30-11:30 AM – CSCAA – Gregg Parini – “Achieving Excellence”
1-2 PM – CSCAA – Joel Shinofield – “Success with Once-A-Day Practices”
2:15-3:15 PM – CSCAA – Kristina Paltell – “Yoga/Massage”
3:30-4:30 PM – CSCAA – panel on “Out of Water Training” (Teri McKeever, Kim Brackin & Jack Bauerle)


Other Topics

8-9 AM – Jim Voss, Duneland Swim Club, Indiana – “From Beginning Swimmer to Olympic Trials: a Process”
9:15-10:15 AM – Leigh Robbins, NOVA of Virginia – “How to Grow an Age Group Program”, Part I
10:30-11:30 AM – Ian McLeod – Swimming Anatomy, Part II
1-2 PM – Mike Bottom, University of Michigan & Scott Hedges, Avidasports – “Athletic Telemetry for Fast-Forwarding Performance”
2:15-3:15 PM – – Leigh Robbins, NOVA of Virginia – “How to Grow an Age Group Program”, Part II
3:30-4:30 PM – Chris Plumb, Carmel Swim Club/Carmel HS, Indiana – “The First Gold Medal Achievement Club in Indiana”

Evening
-Annual ASCA Awards Banquet. 6-9 PM.

Saturday, September 4
Counsilman Memorial Lecture
1:00-2:15 PM – Mr. Steven Farr & Ms. Andrea Stouder Pursley, Teach for America


Gold Medal Clinic

8-9:30 AM – Vince Raleigh, Australia – The Preparation of Brenton Rickard, 100m Breast, Rome Gold.
10 AM – 11:30 AM – David Salo – The Preparation of Rebecca Soni, 100 Breast, Rome Gold; Ous Mellouli, 1500 Free, Rome Gold; and Katinka Hosszu, 400 IM, Rome Gold!
11:45-12:45 PM – Ben Titley, Great Britain – The Preparation of Liam Tancock, 50 Back World Record in Rome


Age Group

2:30-3:30 PM – Ben Sheppard – “The Oakland Program: Diversity Personified”
3:45-4:45 PM – Ben Sheppard – “What USA Swimming Can Do to Help You with Diversity on Your Team.”


CSCAA and High School Track.

8-9 AM – CSCAA – Genadijs Sokolovas – “Stroke Analysis”
9:15-10:15 AM – CSCAA – Terry Warner – “Fundraising: A Yearly Template”, Part I
10:30-11:30 AM – CSCAA – Terry Warner – “Fundraising: A Yearly Template”, Part II
2:30-3:30 PM – CSCAA – panel on “Teaching Stroke Changes: When and How”
3:45-4:45 PM – CSCAA – panel on “The Assistant Coach at a Major Program”
8-9 AM – HS –Jeff Lowell – “True Colors, Part I”
9:15-10:15 AM – HS – Jeff Lowell – “True Colors, Part II”
10:30-11:30 AM – HS – Dick Shoulberg – “Training Sprinters: A 30 Year Perspective“
2:30-3:30 PM – HS – Larry Stoegbauer – “Shoulders 101”
3:45-4:30 PM – HS – Lanny Landtroop – “Modern Day X Factor”
4:45-5:30 PM – HS – Chris Van Slooten – “Building an Inner City High School Program- Part II”

SwimAmerica Annual Meetings and Seminar [open to all as part of the clinic]

Clinic ends
8 AM-5 PM – USA Swimming “Build A Pool” Track – Mick Nelson, Sue Nelson and John McIlargy [Separate fee required; See USA Swimming website (http://www.usaswimming.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabId=1748&Alias=Rainbow&Lang=en-US) to register]
9 AM-1 PM – Pacific Institute – Class for Swimmers [separate fee]

SPEEDO SWIMMERS CLINIC [separate registration]
10-11 AM – Coaches Bill Wadley and MaryAnne Gerzanick-Liebowitz – “Everything You Need to Know About Swimming in College, Applying to Colleges, the NCAA Process and Related Questions.” [Open to all; no charge; ideal for parents of swimmers attending swimmer’s clinic and/or parents of high school sophomores/juniors/senior swimmers]

Sunday, September 5
(Schools)
8 AM – 12 Noon – World Class Beginnings – John Leonard
8 AM – 12 Noon - Personal Organization for Swimming Coaches – Guy Edson
8 AM – 12 Noon – Certified Stroke Technician Class for Learn-to-Swim Instructors. – Steve Fenning
9 AM – 1 PM – Class for Swimmers – Pacific Institute
9 AM – 3 PM – SwimAmerica Training – Julie Nitti
1-5 PM – YMCA Principles of Competitive Swimming & Diving – Meredith Griffin

coachkopie
August 15th, 2010, 01:24 PM
looking to share hotel room at the ASCA Clinic. please respond if interested.

mermaid
August 18th, 2010, 09:55 PM
USMS Coach Certification Course (Levels 1 and 2) at the ASCA World Clinic

We are genuinely excited to announce the unveiling of the USMS and ASCA Masters Coach Certification Program (Levels 1 and 2) at the 2010 ASCA World Clinic. Masters Coaches Certification will be taught on Monday, August 30 and Tuesday, August 31. You may register at http://www.swimmingcoach.org/worldclinic/asca2010/. Please note that you do not have to register for the entire World Clinic to take this course, nor must you be an ASCA member to participate.

The Coaches Committee has made development and teaching of the Masters Coaches certification program a top priority. Level 1 and 2 certification will cover presentation and discussion of topics affecting today's Masters coaches. Topics include the development of your Masters coaching philosophy; dryland training; understanding special populations; working with triathletes and open water swimmers; and the teaching of starts, turns, and the four strokes.

USMS has and will continue to invest in educational opportunities for coaches and clubs. The Coaches Committee is proud to present this course in conjunction with Club and Coach Services, and looks forward to seeing as many coaches as possible in Indianapolis!

coachkopie
September 6th, 2010, 07:54 AM
Reinforcing Ahelee's message, clinics can be lots of fun and educational. Clinics geared to specific coaching areas such as college, age group or masters may have special appeal and benefit, but the ASCA World Clinic is unique because there are great talks in most areas, and because of the chance to hear talks in other areas from one's main focus and because of the chance to chat with many coaches we may not get to meet in our ordinary travels. The micro issues of a USAS Club Team, High School Team, College Division I, Division III or a Masters Coach may seem different but there are lots of ideals, concerns and teaching and training strategies that each can share and learn from and with each other. We can always find coaches to talk with and learn from but being away from home at a clinic like this with no immediate on deck coaching responsibilities, allows us to make choices where to go, what the hear and whom to hang out with for fun and learning. Meeting for group swims, runs, walks, lunches etc... allows for conversations that may not happen in other settings. Here is to good health, fun, success and great coaching and finding opportunities within our own coaching circle and outside of our immediate universe. And as always, thank you Ahelee for promoting swimming, coaching, learning and sharing.

Chris Stevenson
September 6th, 2010, 02:11 PM
Reinforcing Ahelee's message, clinics can be lots of fun and educational. Clinics geared to specific coaching areas such as college, age group or masters may have special appeal and benefit, but the ASCA World Clinic is unique because there are great talks in most areas, and because of the chance to hear talks in other areas from one's main focus and because of the chance to chat with many coaches we may not get to meet in our ordinary travels. The micro issues of a USAS Club Team, High School Team, College Division I, Division III or a Masters Coach may seem different but there are lots of ideals, concerns and teaching and training strategies that each can share and learn from and with each other. We can always find coaches to talk with and learn from but being away from home at a clinic like this with no immediate on deck coaching responsibilities, allows us to make choices where to go, what the hear and whom to hang out with for fun and learning. Meeting for group swims, runs, walks, lunches etc... allows for conversations that may not happen in other settings. Here is to good health, fun, success and great coaching and finding opportunities within our own coaching circle and outside of our immediate universe. And as always, thank you Ahelee for promoting swimming, coaching, learning and sharing.

A very nice post, Allan. Do you mind if I send an excerpt of it (with attribution, unless you don't want it) to the club reps in our LMSC, to get them motivated to send (more) coaches next year?

coachkopie
September 6th, 2010, 06:37 PM
Chris,

Absolutely. If anything I post is helpful to other coaches - on deck or in the administrative and advocacy side, then I am pleased to share and help.

Please let me know if I can help in any way. I like writing.

Do you have a direct email or are you on facebook to touch base that way?

Allan K

Ahelee Sue Osborn
September 6th, 2010, 10:00 PM
Even for those of us who were able to attend this year's ASCA World Clinic... this is a treasure chest of ASCA swim coach interviews courtesy of Swimming World Magazine!

Thanks SWM staff!

http://tv.swimmingworldmagazine.com