Jim Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org 734-845-8596
What to Bring
Items to Bring to Camp:
- your Speedo
- a snorkel (Highly recommended for the Technique Tract)
- Rain gear
- Cell phone use is only permitted in the dorm / cafeteria
- gym shoes for dryland (no Crocs or flip flops)
- goggles (extra pair or two)
- a backpack or some kind of bag to store your workout "stuff" on the deck
- t-shirts and shorts for dryland training
- Intensive Tract highy recommended equipment (hand paddles, pull buoy, kickboard, and fins)
- Click here to order equipment and receive a team discount from Speedo Resident campers: Please click here to see a list of items to bring for your stay in the UM dorms.
- Bedding - twin bed XL sheets, pillows, etc.
- Fan - dorm is not air conditioned
- Drinks and snacks are permitted
Please check the FAQ page or contact the camp office if you have further questions or concerns on what you will need to bring for camp and/or for your stay in the UM dorms.
The cost of the week long camp is $795 for resident campers. The camp fee includes: instruction, swim cap, T-shirt, photo, instructional DVD, booklet, goody bag, room and board, and use of the facilities. The first meal served in the dormitory cafateria will be Monday breakfast, and the last meal served will be Thursday breakfast. UM dorms are only opened for overnight lodging Sunday through Wednesday night. Swim camp sessions will begin on Sunday evening after check in and conclude by Thursday at noon. Room assignments will be made by UM residence hall counselors at check in on Sunday. UM Housing only offers double rooms and requests that all roommates check in together. All residence halls are supervised by university personnel, counselors, security, and supervisors. The dormitory experience may be intimidating for some younger campers, because of this, we STRONGLY advise those 10-12 year olds to attend with a friend. If you have concerns or questions regarding supervision, please call the camp office. Meals are prepared and served in each dormitory's cafeteria facilities. An exceptional menu with a wide assortment of foods will be prepared and offer unlimited helpings that are sure to satisfy the biggest appetites.
Children must be at least 10 years old to stay in the dorms overnight.
Sessions are open to all participants ages 9-18. The cost of the week long camp is $640 for commuter campers. This includes instruction, swim cap, T-shirt, photo, instructional DVD, booklet, goody bag, and use of the facilities. The camp will end at 11:00 am on Thursday. Commuters may purchase a meal plan during online registration.
Check In / Check Out
Check-in for swim camps will be held at the Canham Natatorium on the Michigan Athletic Campus beginning at 1:00pm and ending at 3:00pm (Eastern time zone) on Sundays. It is required that both commuter and resident campers check-in during this time. After check-in at the Canham Natatorium, resident campers will need to proceed to the residence hall to select their roommate and check-in to their room. Dinner is not served on Sundays; campers will need to eat prior to the first camp session at 6:30 pm. You will receive a schedule for the week at check-in.
Check-out will take place on Thursday morning. The last pool session will take place from 9-11 am, after which the resident campers will be escorted back to the dorm to complete their dorm check out process. Commuter campers may leave the facility after this session.
Facilities Don Canham Natatorium
The Don Canham Natatorium at University of Michigan is one of the premier indoor training facilities in the USA. The 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool provides 8 lanes for long course training and 22 lanes for short course. The 6 lane diving pool provides an excellent venue for above and underwater filming. A 5000 square foot dryland training area utilizes state of the art equipment for our dryland program designed by Vern Gambetta.
Sunday, 2-4 pm: Camp check-in at Canham Natatorium
Sunday, 3-5 pm: Dorm check-in at South Quad Dorm
First session for all tracts is Sunday evening 6:30-8:30 pm
Monday - Wednesday Schedule (last session is Thursday 9-11 am)
|Technique Training Tract|
|7:00am - 8:15 am||Breakfast|
|Commuters arrive at pool by 8:15 on Monday and 8:45 all other days. They should be picked up after the appropriate session, depending on where they will eat their meals. If they stay at camp the entire day, they should be picked up at 8:35 pm.|
|9:00am - 11:00am||
Session I : 4 x 30 minute stations
|11:30am -1:15pm||Lunch and rest|
|2:00pm - 4:00pm||
Session II: 4 x 30 minute stations
|5:00pm - 6:00pm||Dinner|
|6:30pm - 8:30pm||
Session III: 2 x one hour segments
|9:00pm -10:30pm||Supervised dorm activities|
|11:00pm||Lights out! (earlier for younger campers!)|
|Intensive Training Tract|
|7:00am - 8:15am||Breakfast|
|9:00am - 11:00am||Session I: Michigan Systematic Training session|
|11:30am - 1:15pm||Lunch and rest|
|2:00pm - 4:00pm||Session II: Systematic Training and stroke demonstrations and drills|
|5:00pm - 6:00pm||Dinner|
|6:30pm - 8:30pm||Session III: Dryland training, video taping, and stroke critique of video|
|9:00pm - 10:30pm||Supervised dorm activities|
|11:00pm||Lights out! (earlier if necessary)|
IN ACCORDANCE WITH NCAA RULES, MICHIGAN SPORTS CAMPS are open to any and all that would like to attend, but may limit attendance based on several factors, such as AGE, NUMBER AND GRADE LEVEL. HOWEVER, CAMP ATTENDANCE AT MICHIGAN (INCLUDING ATTENDANCE AT ELITE OR ADVANCED CAMPS) IS NEVER RESTRICTED BY A CAMPER'S SKILL LEVEL OR COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE.
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