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2018 Competitive Diving Camps

Our Camp is a Teaching Camp
Using videos, lectures and discussion we show how elite and Olympic level divers use the Four Basic Keys as they perform in meets. Divers will learn how to apply these same keys to their diving under the direction of their group coach through daily work on the diving boards and while learning dryland drills and perfecting entries. Each diver has their dives video taped and critiqued by one of our coaches each session. We will try and focus on strengthen each divers new dives built over this time.

Early Summer Session
Monday- Friday
Dates: June 18th - June 22nd
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Cost: $115 for Individual Registration
$105 Team Discount (2+)
Mid Summer Session
Monday-Friday
Dates: July 9th - July 13th
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Cost: $115 for Individual Registration
$105 Team Discount (2+)
HS Early Start Sesion
Monday - Friday
Dates: July 30th - Aug 3rd
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Cost: $115 for Individual Registration
$105 Team Discount (2+)

Print Mail-In Registration ()

Immediate Visual Feedback: Immediately after doing a dive, each diver will be able to see that dive replayed on video through the use of our TiVo system.  Stop action, slow motion, and regular speed replays can be used to show them what they did on the dive as soon as they can swim to the side of the pool!

Daily Schedule
 First 15 Minutes
 • Dryland / Discussion
 Remaining 
 • Diving Boards
 • Board Work
 • Basic Diving Skills
 • Advanced Skill Works
 • Focus Group Training
 • Entries

Who May Enroll: Participants must be at least twelve years old or have had previous competitive diving experience to enroll.

Our diving camps are aimed at preparing boys and girls to compete in diving as part of a team either for their club or their school.

All sessions are limited in enrollment. We strive to maintain a camp size that allows us to be effective teachers and for each diver to get as much individual attention as possible.

Four Basic Keys to Doing Excellent Dives: Body Alignment, Board Work and Takeoffs, Initiating and Stopping Rotations, Entries and Lineups

New Equipment to Help Your Progression: New Bubbler, Dryboard with Pulling Rig, New Elite Trampoline, Added TiVo System

What To Bring: Swim Suits, Towels/Sammie, Shorts/T-Shirt, Tennis Shoes, Lock, A desire to learn and to get better!

If you have any questions about our camps, please contact Steve Burciaga at murrjame@gvsu.edu