IMPROVE YOUR SWIM WITH CERTIFIED TRIATHLON COACHES
Help the Nautica Malibu Triathlon raise funds for Pediatric Cancer Research at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and improve your swim!
Are you anxious about the swim leg of the Nautica Malibu Triathlon? Looking to improve your swim?
The Nautica Malibu Triathlon would like to invite you to the Nautica Malibu Triathlon – Fundraiser Swim Clinic Series. The Swim Clinics are provided to all those who register for the swim clinics and raise a minimum of $350 (if you are a member of a corporate team) or a minimum of $500 (if you are not a member of a corporate team).
The swim clinics are taught by certified triathlon coaches and lifeguards. Participants are separated into groups according to their swimming experience. Beginner level participants are taught the basics of open water swimming and building confidence entering and exiting the water. Intermediate level participants are guided in improving their current knowledge, taught best practices when passing the breakers and given advice on how to improve their swim time. Expert level participants are taken out on a longer distance swim and provided advice on how to improve all aspects of their swim.
All clinics will take place from 7:30am to 8:30am
Saturday, July 29th
Saturday, August 5th
Saturday, August 12th
Saturday, August 19th
Saturday, August 26th
Saturday, September 9th
Zuma Beach, CA – Tower #10
A USAT fee of $15 applies during registration for the swim clinics for non-annual USAT members.
Only one USAT fee is required per person per swim clinic series.
A fundraising minimum of $350 for corporate team members or $500 minimum for non corporate team members
must be met before registering for the swim clinics.
Click Here to Set Up Your General Fundraising Page Today!
Interested in joining the Corporate Challenge?
Email us for further information – firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET TRIATHLON COACH – IAN MURRAY
Ian Murray, one of Nautica Malibu Triathlon’s coaches for the open water swim clinics grew up in Aspen where he taught and coached skiing for a decade. He changed sports after moving to Los Angeles, where he took pleasure in running, adventure racing, and mountain bike races. Ian’s first triathlon in 1996 set the hook, and in 1997 he raced over a dozen events, including his first Ironman. Even though Ian’s passion for racing still remains strong, his number one priority for the past ten years has been coaching multisport athletes at all levels. His numerous certifications and deep dedication to the sport led him to be awarded USAT’s Developmental Coach of the Year in 2007, but Ian would argue that he’s more proud of his athletes’ success than anything else.