TYR International 10th Annual

Hall of Fame Coaches Summit

August 27 – August 30, 2019

EVENT INFORMATION

 

Description

The ISCA Hall of Fame Coaches Summit is an educational clinic for swim coaches and teachers from any country, organization or group. Speakers of varied backgrounds (NCAA coaches, club coaches, sport scientists and more) will present applicable information and answer questions. Several social events will also be scheduled throughout the week for networking opportunities.

Dates

August 27th – 30th, 2019

Location

Hilton Clearwater Beach, 400 Mandalay Ave, Clearwater Beach, Florida 33767

Host

International Swim Coaches Association

Phone: (540) 904-2666
Email: info@swimisca.org OR iscaoperations@gmail.com

HOTELS & TRAVEL

Hosted at Hilton Clearwater Beach

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Make your reservations as early as possible. There are a limited number of rooms held at the host hotel for the discounted rate. Must book by August 12 to receive group rate. Use group rate code ISCA19 for online and phone reservations.

Single Rate- $155.00 (includes breakfast buffet in Carambola Restaurant)

Double Rate- $165.00 (includes 2-person breakfast buffet in Carambola Restaurant)

International airports near Clearwater, FL

  • 18 miles: Tampa, FL (TPA / KTPA) Tampa International Airport
  • 107 miles: Orlando, FL (MCO / KMCO) Orlando International Airport
  • 133 miles: Sanford, FL (SFB / KSFB) Orlando Sanford International Airport
  • 142 miles: Fort Myers, FL (RSW / KRSW) Southwest Florida International Airport
  • 158 miles: Daytona Beach, FL (DAB / KDAB) Daytona Beach International Airport

Domestic airports near Clearwater, FL

  • 10 miles: Saint Petersburg, FL (PIE / KPIE) St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport
  • 18 miles: Tampa, FL (TPA / KTPA) Tampa International Airport
  • 53 miles: Sarasota, FL (SRQ / KSRQ) Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport
  • 107 miles: Orlando, FL (MCO / KMCO) Orlando International Airport

Transportation to Hotel

 

2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Join us at our annual Hall of Fame Induction dinner to celebrate two exceptional coaches.

Gregg Troy

Gregg Troy

Jim Ellis

Jim Ellis

2019 Registration and Prices

Individuals

  • Individual Coach  – $400

Optional Add-On

  • Hall of Fame Induction Dinner – $50 per person

Groups

  • 4 Coaches, same team – $1,000
  • 5–8 Coaches, same team – $1,750

ISCA Members get 50$ off!  Please email info@swimisca.org for more information and to receive your discount code.

Submit a question

Submit a question for a panel topic or coach! Selected questions will be answered live during the Summit.

2019 Speakers -NEW!

CAROL CAPITANI

Women’s Head Coach Coach
University of Texas

SERGIO LOPEZ

Head Coach
Virginia Tech Univeristy

KIM BRACKIN

Founder & Coach
Brackin Elite Training

TOM HIMES

Director of Aquatic Programs/Head Coach
North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC)

VERN GAMBETTA

Director
Gambetta Sports Training Systems

DR. ROD HAVRILUK

Biomechanist
Swimming Technology Research

DR. JOHN HEIL

Sport Psychologist
Swim Sport Psychology

AMANDA POPE

Founder & General Manager
TideWater Adaptive Aquatics Center/TideWater Aquatics Club

DAVID ORR

Head Coach
Cascade Swim Club

MATTHEW SPRANG

Director
Greater Philadelphia Aquatic Club (GPAC)

MICHAEL BROOKS

Head Coach
Weymouth Waves Swim Club 

DON LEMIEUX

Head Coach
Greenwood Swimming

John Barnes

Head Coach
Blackline Aquatics / Saint Thomas Academy -MN

Chuck Katis

USA National Team Swimmer
Founder, Bodbox

DOUG FONDER

Head Coach of Virginia Gators / Executive Director of ISCA

PLUS MANY MORE!

ISCA SPONSORS

Looking Back At The 2018 Featured Panels

SPRINT PANEL

Speakers: Braden Holloway, Todd DeSorbo, Matt Kredich, Gregg Troy, Dr. Scott McLean

What makes a swimmer a sprinter?
How do you train sprinters differently?
What’s the best technique for sprinting?
How do you teach faster starts?

In a sport where every hundredth of a second counts, sprint knowledge is essential. In a two-part panel format, speakers will share their experience working with sprinters and answer audience questions, as well as questions from coaches around the world.

DISTANCE AND OPEN WATER PANEL

Speakers: Mark Bernardino, Bill Rose, Gregg Troy, Tyler Fenwick

Does distance training negatively impact sprinting?
How much yardage is necessary for distance swimmers?
What are recovery issues for distance training?
How do you maintain effective technique in distance training?

Coaching for distance and open water events poses unique challenges. Speakers will discuss training, competition management, season planning, recovery and more in a two-part panel format. The session will wrap up with Q&A, responding to questions from the audience and online submissions.

AGE GROUP TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PANEL

Speakers: Kevin Weldon, Mike Murray, Don Lemiux, Abby Knox, Erkan Gunay, Erkan Mutlu

How important is dryland training for age group swimmers?
What factors are most important in season planning?
How do you balance training with teaching fundamentals?
Do you vary training by age or ability level?

Age group season planning has many different elements to consider–and age group coaches must also assess physical and mental development factors. The age group panel will discuss concepts relevant to addressing these factors and how to plan a complete season for 8&u through age group seniors. Per usual, audience and pre-submitted questions will be answered in the Q&A portion.

SPORT SCIENCE PANEL – THE SCIENCE OF FATIGUE

Speakers: Abby Knox, RD, Dr. Rod Havriluk, Dr. John Heil, Dr. Joao Paulo Vilas-Boas

Can mental training prepare swimmers for fatigue?
Do male and female nutritional needs to fight fatigue differ?
What role does physiology play in fatigue?
How does recovery impact fatigue?

Leading swimmers to push their athletic capabilities to the point of fatigue is something coaches do every day. Our sport science panel is going to break down the science behind fatigue in swimming. They will discuss ways to limit fatigue, how it relates to recovery, and physiological factors that every coach must be conscious of. They will also talk about how a training program can be adjusted to account for technique changes that normally occur with fatigue.

Past Clinics

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