Jul 8 2016
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association is excited to announce a swimming clinic on Saturday, August 13th 2016. The clinic will be featuring Head Coach Bill Wadley from the Ohio State University. There will be stroke and turn sessions in the pool and in the classroom for both coaches and swimmers. This event will run from 9AM to 4PM at West Bend High School.
Coach Bill Wadley, who is in his 27th season as Ohio State's men's swimming coach, is one of the most experienced and respected mentors in the world of competitive swimming.
The 2010 Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year, Wadley's teams have posted eight consecutive Top 20 finishes at the NCAA championships; his teams have been ranked in the NCAA Top 25 for 22 of the past 25 seasons.
Coaches that are members of WISCA will have a $20 charge. Coaches that are not members will need to join the association to attend and then pay the additional charge. The fee for Student-Athletes will be $40.
Sign up will be occurring via Eventbrite at the following link – http://2016wiscaclinic.eventbrite.com
All payments will be taken at the door on the day of the event. This event is open to any and all entrants.
Athletes will need to bring suit, cap, goggles, and towel. No need for equipment bags. Coaches should be prepared to be on deck and assist in coaching. Everyone should bring a cold lunch.
West Bend High School is located at 1305 East Decorah Road in West Bend, Wisconsin.
IMPORTANT Information regarding WIAA rules:
Boys with remaining high school eligibility will have to pay the $40 clinic fee on their own. This fee cannot be paid by the school or others for attendance for boys—boys must pay 100% of the training costs, including transportation costs. If a boy wishes to travel with a girls’ team bus, logistics could be accommodated by having students cover their own cost for the bus transportation.
Girls can be allowed to attend with payment from their school, if their school team is attending.
Questions on this should be directed to your local Athletic Director.