MacMaster Skills Camp, News (K-W Water Polo)

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MacMaster Skills Camp
Submitted By angelosk on Thu 10 18, 12
The McMaster Water Polo teams are excited to invite all athletes from
Guelph, Hamilton, K-W and London to a skills camp on October 27th and October 28th. 

The camp will serve as an opportunity for athletes to be introduced to and to refine their skills.  The camp will be staffed by McMaster coaches and athletes.  It will include 5 hours of pool time along with dryland and classroom sessions.  All athletes should bring appropriate dryland clothes, these sessions will be outside if weather permits, so please keep both indoor and outdoor scenarios in mind.  

The cost of the camp is $40, which includes 7 hours of instruction.  We would like club coaches/presidents to submit the list of athletes attending the camp by Thursday, October 25th. 

 

The timeline for the various age groups is listed below.  We ask that all athletes are at McMaster 15 minutes prior to the start of their first session. 

 

U14 Boys and Girls

Saturday                     3pm-3:45pm              – Dryland Session

Saturday                     4pm-6pm                    -  Pool Session

Sunday                       8:30am-11:30am       -  Pool Session

 

High School Girls

Saturday                     9am-11am                  - Pool Session

Saturday                     12pm-12:45pm         - Dryland Session

Saturday                     1pm-4pm                    - Pool Session

Saturday                     4pm-5pm                    - Classroom Session

 

High School Boys

Saturday                     10am-10:45am          - Dryland Session

Saturday                     11am-1pm                   - Pool Session

Saturday                     1pm-2pm                     - Classroom Session

Sunday                       11:30am-2:30pm        - Pool Session

 

           

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