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University of Kansas - Swimming Camp

Jayhawk Swim Camp

Location Lawrence, KS
Event Date(s) May 27, 2019 to May 31, 2019
This event has been completed.

Event Description


May 27th - 31st
Water Sessions Only:
Ages 9 - High School Seniors, Including 2019 Graduates
$655 per Camper
$555 per Camper
$455 per Camper
Check-In: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM on Monday, May 27th at Naismith Hall

Check-Out: 11:30 AM on Friday, May 31st at Naismith Hall

Facilities: Robinson Natatorium
→ 2 Pools: 8 Lanes x 25 M, 6 Lanes x 25 Yd
→ Dive Well

Ability Level: Beginner (must have knowledge of all four competitive strokes and ability to swim 100 yards w/o stopping) to advanced swimmers. The camp is designed for competitive swimmers.


  • Professional Instruction & Coaching
  • Three Water Sessions per Day Focusing on Technique, Training & Skills Starts & Turns.
  • Dryland & Educational Lectures Daily
  • 10:1 Camper To Counselor Ratio
  • Camp T-Shirt & Cap
  • Optional Personal Video Analysis

Housing: Campers will stay at Naismith Hall and will have 24-hour supervision by camp staff. Meals will be provided at Naismith Hall.

Staff: The Jayhawk Swim Camp will be directed by University of Kansas Head Swimming Coach Clark Campbell. Also providing coaching and instruction will be KU Assistant Swim Coach Jen Betz, in addition to guest coaches as well as current and former KU Swimmers.

Daily Schedule
7:00 AM   Wake Up & Breakfast
8:15 AM   Stroke Talk
9:00 AM   In-Water Session  |  Training or Technique
11:30 AM   Lunch
12:30 PM   Rest & Relax
2:00 PM   Performance Talk
2:45 PM   Dryland Training
3:00 PM   In-Water Session  |  Opposite of AM
5:00 PM   Dinner
7:00 PM   In-Water Session  |  Starts / Turns, Fun Activity
10:00 PM   Lights Out

Refund Policy: $200 non-refundable deposit.

Questions Please Contact: Jen Betz at 785-331-6741 or via email at jenbetz@ku.edu.

Jayhawk Swim Camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).