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Genai Kerr Brings Water Polo Clinic to Auburn Pool this Weekend

Genai Kerr
USA Water Polo Olympian Genai Kerr is offering a Nike 5meter Water Polo Clinic in Auburn, WA this Saturday, December 13 and Sunday, December 14. Instruction takes place each day at the Auburn School District Swimming Pool.

Designed by the top coaches and athletes in the country, 5meter Nike Water Polo Camps provide in-water instruction to make an immediate impact on an athlete's game. Young athletes will have the opportunity to learn first-hand how Olympic Athletes train, meet their nutritional needs, and balance their lives.

Upon arrival at camp, campers are placed in groups with other players having similar abilities and goals. The camp staff will do their best to accommodate players' needs, keeping in consideration their experience and desire to improve

Highlights Include
• Position Specific Training for Drivers, Shooters, Goalies, 2 Meter Offense & Defense
• High School Boys & Girls: Saturday & Sunday 9am-1pm
• Age Group & Developing Athletes: Saturday 3am-6pm

December 13-14, 2014, 9am-1pm
High School Boys and Girls $100

December 13th, 2014, 3pm-6pm
Age Group and Developing Athletes $50
Designed to focus on the FUNdamentals of water polo.

More information is available at the Camp's web site: http://www.ussportscamps.com/waterpolo/nike/nike-5-meter-seattle-water-polo-camp

Camp Director Genai Kerr
Genai Kerr is a USA Water Polo Olympian, coach, mentor, and true ambassador of the sport.  Genai was a member of the United States Men's National Water Polo Team for 12 years and played in the 2004 Athens Olympics, 2003 & 2007 Pan American Gold Medal games, and multiple World Championships.

Genai remains active in his community and has become a great role model for aspiring water polo players.  He has been a US Ambassador for the USADA (U.S. Antidoping Agency) since 2003 promoting clean sports for young athletes. He was a founding faculty member of the Sage Hill School where he was the Dean of Students, taught art and physical education, and started the aquatic programs.