TECHNIQUE! SKILLS! TRAINING!
Championship Swim Camp at UMass Amherst offers well structured, multi-faceted camps and clinics that help swimmers develop their potential.
Training and instructing swimmers for 30 years
Each year our swimmers finish their camp or clinics at UMass with a smile on their faces, improved swimming technique, and plans to come back the next summer. Located on the beautiful UMass at Amherst campus in western Massachusetts, the camp utilizes the University’s facilities. The camp uses the school’s three 25 yard swimming pools and divides into different groups of various ages and ability levels. All swimmers receive instruction from our professional staff of college and high school coaches and collegiate athletes.
The camp will provide all of the participants with an excellent opportunity to improve their swimming skills in the four competitive strokes and the associated starts and turns. Campers will have two swimming sessions during the day as well as classroom and dry-land activities. All sessions will include an emphasis on stroke technique and some conditioning. Each day we emphasize one stroke in the lectures, drills and video review. Every swimmer will have an opportunity to have their strokes filmed, viewed and evaluated by our knowledgeable staff.
Prerequisite: This camp is open to any and all with at least one year of competitive swimming experience. This is not a “learn to swim” program.
Train with the best!
We provide an excellent opportunity for swimmers to improve their swimming skills in the four competitive strokes and their associated starts and turns.
Masters Swimming at UMass
UMAMA is a registered workout group of New England Master’s Swimming www.usms.org. Our membership is comprised of some former competitive college and club swimmers, triathletes, and fitness swimmers. We encourage a friendly training atmosphere and provide coached practices three days per week.
From September to mid-May our training schedule is:
Tuesday & Thursday, 6:15 – 7:45 p.m. at Boyden Pool
Sunday, 9:30 – 11 a.m. at Boyden Pool