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High Performance Swimming Clinic by Coach Tom Johnson
July 21, 2018 - July 22, 2018
June 1, 2018 - July 14, 2018
  • 3.5 hours swim sessions per day that emphasize training and technique
  • Daily dryland sessions
  • Daily stroke clinics, stroke critiques with our collegiate coaches
  • Camp t-shirt


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Schedule of Event

Saturday July 21


8:30 AM – Registration

9:00-9:10 AM- Introductions and camp overview/expectations

9:10-9:25 AM- Dynamic Stretching

9:30-9:45 AM-Warmup

9:45 -10:00 AM- Pre-set

10:00- 10:30 -Kick set possibly with and without fins if athletes have them.

10:30 -11:10 AM -Main Set -Freestyle and backstroke set with IM focus.

11:10-11:30 AM -Freestyle and Back stroke technical improvement

11:30 -11:50 AM -Freestyle and Backstroke turns

11:50-11:55 AM- Warm down

11:55 -Practice review and comments

12:00 – Complementary lunch and parent pick up



11:00 AM Register and complimentary lunch

1:00-1:10 PM-Coach introduction and Camp overview and expectations

1:10-1:25 PM-Dynamic Stretching

1:30-1:45 PM -Warmup

1:45-2:05 -PM -Pre-Set

2:05 -2:45 -PM -Main set IM focus with stroke specialty

2:45-3:20-PM -Kick set possibly with fins (preferably short fins) if they have them

3:20-3:55 -PM-Freestyle and Back stroke tech work possibly turns or starts depending on biggest need at the time

3:55 PM -Practice overview

4:00 PM – Parent Pick up

Sunday July 22


8:30 AM – Registration

9:00-9:15AM -Dynamic Stretching

9:20-9:35 AM -Warmup

9:35 -9:50 AM -Pre-set

9:50- 10:20 -Kick set possibly with and without fins if athletes have them.

10:20 -11:00 AM -Main Set -Butterfly/breaststroke set with IM focus.

11:00-11:30 AM -Breaststroke/Butterfly technical improvement

11:30 -11:50 AM -Butterfly/ Breaststroke turns

11:50-11:55 AM- Warm down

11:55 -Practice review and Camp wrap up

12:00 – Complementary lunch and parent pick up



11:00 AM Register and complimentary lunch

1:00-1:10 -Dynamic Stretching

1:10-1:30 -Warm up

1:30-1:50 -Pre-Set

1:50 -2:35 -Main set IM focus with stroke specialty

2:35-3:35 – Pull/ and Kick set possibly with fins (preferably short fins) if they have them

3:35-3:55 -Starts or turn work for Fly and Breast

3:55 PM -Practice overview, Camp wrap-up

4:00 PM – Parent Pick up

What's At Stake?

These unique camp experiences are designed for two sessions to choose from and spots are going very quickly. This is a very popular event.


Our High Performance Camp is designed for swimmers who are already excelling in a particular specialty, yet want to take their performance to the next level. Must be able to do repeat 100 meter kicks within 1.45 minute or better or recommend by coach. The campers who attend our Elite Camps chose the camp that focuses on their best stroke or specialty event. These camps are not designed for swimmers to work on their weakest stroke. Only highly-trained sprinters, breaststrokers, butterfliers /backstrokers, or distance swimmers and offer the most race-specific training for each specialty that you will find.  Enrollment is kept to a minimum to allow for better communication, more personal attention, and a greater appreciation of what it means to work together as a team.


Competitive Stroke Camp’s success is a dedication to helping campers improve each of the four strokes when it comes to technique, training and race strategy. The Competitive Stroke Camp is a balanced curriculum emphasizing swimming efficiently, training effectively, working as a team and having fun.  This holistic approach to becoming a better swimmer is at the essence of “Total Performance” and is one of the reasons swimmers find success with our camps. Please note this is not a learn-to-swim camp. We recommend campers to have had at least one season of competitive swimming and know how to swim all four strokes.

Registration will close automatically when the camp is filled. Registration will comply with NCAA rules and will fill on a first-come, first-served basis.

What to Bring?

  • Suits
  • Goggles
  • Caps
  • Towels
  • Personal toiletries
  • Personal drinks and snacks. (There are many Singha water supply throughout camp time)
  • Bring  equipment pulling gear including buoys, paddles, fins (preferably short) , front mounted snorkel.

For those who wear caps, writing the camper’s first name on the cap in block letters helps the coaches get to know the campers faster.


Featuring: Coach Tom Johnson

(Former Head Coach at  Wyoming University and owner of SwimLabs, Las Vegas)

Coach tom Johnson is recognized as one the top swim coaches in NCAA Division !. In his 20-years at University of Wyoming, Johnson has led the Cowboys and Cowgirls to their highest conference finishes ever and has been named conference coach of the year four times.  At UW, he has seen 30 of his  individual team members win Mountain West Conference Championships, four win Western Athletic Conference Championships and four capture individual Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Championships.  Johnson has coached four First Team All-Americans, five Honorable Mention All-Americans and 11 Academic All-Americans.

Johnson’s greatest achievement came in 2004 when he coached Scott Usher to the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.  It was following Usher’s junior season that he reached the pinnacle of the swimming world by earning a spot on the United States Olympic Team.  Johnson was right by Usher’s side as he wore the bucking horse swim cap and raced to a second-place finish in the 200-meter breaststroke at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials on national television.  When Usher competed in the Olympic Games, Johnson was by his side again as Usher reached the finals of the 200-meter breaststroke and swam to a seventh-place finish in the world.  In all, Johnson helped guide Usher to four First Team All-America honors, five overall All-America honors and six MW Championships during his career at UW.

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