Roll Up For WADC 2018: What’s Behind The Swim Success Of Japan, Canada, The NCAA?

What can we learn from the swim programs of Japan and Canada? WADC will provide some answers - images by Patrick B. Kraemer

Make a date with your diary: January 11-14, 2018. Every two years in January, a gathering of assorted gurus, swim experts, coaches, elite athletes and folk passionate about progress ion the pool that does not only come down to a time on a stopwatch gather in Lund, Sweden, for the World Aquatic Development Conference hosted by the Swedish Center for Aquatic Research. The upcoming conference will cover competitive and learn-to-swim tracks and consider what we can learn from the programs of Japan, Canada and the NCAA in the USA; and what coach/athlete-support from the realm of science can bring.

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Make a date with your diary: January 11-14, 2018. Every two years in January, a gathering of assorted gurus, swim experts, coaches, elite athletes and folk passionate about progress ion the pool that does not only come down to a time on a stopwatch gather in Lund, Sweden, for the World Aquatic Development Conference hosted by the Swedish Center for Aquatic Research. The upcoming conference will cover competitive and learn-to-swim tracks and consider what we can learn from the programs of Japan, Canada and the NCAA in the USA; and what coach/athlete-support from the realm of science can bring.

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