7.14.2010

Upcoming Open Water Clinics - July 2010

July is a busy month for open water swimming clinics.  Below is the schedule of upcoming clinics:

July 17 - Deer Creek Reservoir - 8:00am
Free open water clinic sponsored by Utah Open Water and the Deer Creek Open Water Marathon Swim.  Meet on the grassy picnic area north of the parking lot of Walsburg Bay.

July 17 - Springville Reservoir - 10am to 11:30am
Trifecta Endurance will be holding an open water clinic at Springville Reservoir.  The clinic will be led by Barbara Sherwood and Wes Johnson.  The clinic costs $25 and you can find more details on their website and on Active.com.

July 17 - Stansbury Lake - 9am to 10am
US Trisports will be holding an open water clinic at Stansbury Lake near Tooele.  The clinic will be led by Shannon Mulder, L2 USAT Coach.  There is no charge for the clinic, but you must register on their website.

July 21 - Stansbury Lake - 5pm to 6pm
US Trisports will be holding an open water clinic at Stansbury Lake near Tooele.  The clinic will be led by Shannon Mulder, L2 USAT Coach.  There is no charge for the clinic, but you must register on their website.

July 21 - Jordanelle Reservoir - 6pm to 7:30pm
Trifecta Endurance will be holding an open water clinic at Jordanelle Reservoir.  The clinic will be led by Barbara Sherwood and Wes Johnson.  The clinic costs $25 and you can find more details on their website and on Active.com.

July 31 - Deer Creek Reservoir - 10am to 11:30am
Trifecta Endurance will be holding an open water clinic at Deer Creek Reservoir.  The clinic will be led by Barbara Sherwood and Wes Johnson.  The clinic costs $25 and you can find more details on their website and on Active.com.

2 comments:

Heidelweiss said...

Have you attended a clinic done by US Tri Sports? I'm just curious if I should save the $ and do that one on the 21st or do the Trifecta one.

Josh said...

Yes I have been to clinics by US Trisports and Trifecta. Both have very qualified and helpful swimming and triathlon coaches and it is obvious that they care about helping people become better open water swimmers. When I went to the US Trisports clinic a year or so ago, it seemed to be more "one size fits all" whereas the Trifecta clinic broke out into two different groups based on experience and skill level. Both clinics taught me new things and I would highly recommend attending either one (or both).