Dec. 20, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. –The Providence College men’s and women’s swimming and diving team Head Coach John O’Neill will be holding a summer instructional swimming camp during next summer.
The two four-day sessions will be held Monday through Thursday from June 24 -27 and July 8-11. Swimmers must have previous competitive swim experience or at least one full season as a member of a swim team. Coach O’Neill leads the longest running swim camp program in Rhode Island. Participants will learn proper techniques, as well as various pool workouts, take part in dryland exercises and classroom sessions.
Registration can be completed online by clicking here, or on the John O’Neill Swimming Camp link on the swimming and diving home page found on friars.com.
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