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JACKSON TO LEAD FIVE DAY TRAINING CAMP

06 Aug 2009

Jo Jackson will be sharing the training secrets that helped her clinch three medals at last week’s World Championships during a five day Master Camp in London later this month.

Jackson, who was the most successful British athlete at the Rome meet with two silvers and a bronze medal, is leading the camp between August 24th and August 28th 2009 at St Dunstans College, South East London.

The camp, organised by London Swimming, will see Jackson share her experiences of being an elite athlete, drill practices and what it takes to be one of the World’s best swimmers. It will also include underwater camera work, stroke analysis and technical work.

London Swimming’s Jo Calvino said: “This is a great chance to work with one of Britain’s finest swimmers and learn from the best … no swimmer should miss this unique opportunity!”

Places are limited. Bookings can be made for the five day camp (no individual day bookings) for one of two sessions; 9-11am or 12-2pm. The cost for the five day camp is £170.

For further information and bookings CLICK HERE

The venue is St Dunstans College. For directions CLICK HERE

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