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Off Piste Aquatics Swim Camp June 17-21/22, 2018

Camp Schedule


4:00-5:30PM Check-in Vail Racquet Club
4:30-5:30PM Orientation / Introductions / Group Swim
7:00-9:00PM Group Dinner Blu's at Vail Racquet Club


7:30-9:30AM Group Swim Workout
8:00-9:30AM Individual Video Sessions9:30-10:30 Breakfast provided

10:30AM-12:30PM Swimmer's Edge Yoga Presentation

12:30-2:30PM Yoga Workshop & catered lunch 

4:30-6:00PM 1-on-1 Athlete/Coach Video Analysis
5:00-6:30PM Group Swim Workout/Video Individual Session
7:00PM Group Dinner & Social Blu's at Vail Racquet Club


7:30-9:00AM Group Swim Workout

7:30-10:30AM 1-on-1 Athlete/Coach Video Analysis

9:30-10:30 Breakfast provided

10:30AM-1:30PM Training Focus & Workshop with David Guthrie - discussion of training for key events, goals - catered lunch provided

1:30-4:30PM Group social activity (hiking/yoga/dryland)

5:00-6:00PM Group Swim Workout [Optional]

Dinner On Your Own

7:30-9:00PM Group Social in Vail Village


7:30-9:00AM Group Swim Workout

9:30-10:30 Breakfast provided

10:30AM-12:30PM TBA 

12:30-1:30PM Discussion - catered lunch

1:30-4:30PM Exploring the Vail Valley

5:00-6:00PM Group Swim Workout [Optional]

Dinner On Your Own


7:30-9:00AM Group Swim Session

9:30-10:30AM Breakfast provided & Wrap Up 

11:00AM Departures


9:00AM-5:00PM White Water Rafting Trip*

(6 day/5 night attendees)

FRIDAY** (6 day/5 night attendees)

7:30-9:00AM Group Swim Session

9:30-10:00AM Wrap Up 

11:00AM Departures

*Rafting Trip paid separately thru third-party vendor

**Only for 6 day/5 night attendees

Guest Presenters


  • FINA Masters Swimming Hall of Fame Inductee 2014;

  • multi-time FINA Masters World Record Holder;

  • USMS Top Ten Achievements (229 individual, 50 relay);

  • USMS All-American Honors (24 years individual, 11 years relay); 

  • USMS All-Star Honors (2 years pool); 

  • USMS Records (78 individual11 relay records)

David has been in FINA’s top-10 athletes for his age group for the last 24 years, and trains with Rice Aquatics Masters and is an architect in Houston, Texas.

"Being named one of Swimming World's Masters World Swimmer of the Year and being inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Frame are two of the greatest honors a swimmer can receive. Winning two NAIA national titles while representing Hendrix College is among my proudest achievements because that was a real psychological breakthrough."


  • Started swimming as an age-grouper, competed through high school and college, and currently swims at the masters level

  • Current USMS All-American and WI Masters record holder

  • USMS Top Ten achievements (95 individual, 60 relay)

  • All-American Honors (3 pool individual, 5 pool relay)

  • Certified as a USA Swimming coach

  • 200RYT Yoga Instructor and believes in the benefits of yoga for all levels of swimmers

Trina's lifelong pursuit of great swimming is what led her to yoga as a dryland component in 2010. She was looking for something that would build strength and mobility while enhancing body awareness and recovery. She credits yoga with much of her recent swimming success.


Now competing as a masters swimmer, Annette enjoys challenging herself with open water as well as pool competitions.

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