Atlanta Water Polo Camp: Aug 5- 6, 2017
TAKE YOUR GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL!
5meter Water Polo Camps Highlights
- Directed by USA Water Polo Olympians and College Coaches
- Designed to provide the highest level of individualized coaching for aspiring water polo athletes
- Offered year round and open to all ability levels
- Position specific training for drivers, shooters, goalies and 2-meter O&D
- Team discounts and private lessons available
Live your dreams!
Date: Aug 5- 6, 2017
Saturday, 8/5/2017: 9AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday, 8/6/2017: 9AM - 3 PM
Cumming Aquatic Center
Address: 201 Aquatic Cir, Cumming, GA 30040
- Genai Kerr - USA Water Polo Olympian
- Johnathon Hewko - USC National Champion
- Katie Larson - University of Florida Head Coach
- Monica Szalma - Dynamo WPC Coach and USAWP ODP
- Additional Nationally Recognized Instructors
The K7 Atlanta Skills and Drills Clinic features the top Collegiate, Club, and International coaches. The camp is structured in a manner to expose the athletes to new techniques and put them to use right away. All of the skills necessary to reach the next level will be addressed, from 6v5 to 5v6 to transition to counter to reading the "D" front court.
The TURBO/KAP7 Clinic hosted by Dynamo Water Polo is an excellent chance to dramatically improve your level of play in one weekend!
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.He is one of the only athletes in history to compete internationally as a goalie and as a field player. Most recently he was named MVP of the 2012 US Open after he helped Newport Water Polo Foundation win the national championship. Genai has coached at every level, from age group to Division 1 college programs. Over the last 15 years he has run hundreds of camps and impacted thousands of lives.
Surprisingly, Genai got involved in water polo by accident, following the whistles to what he thought was a basketball game and ended up at the pool. He excelled at both water polo and basketball at Coronado High School and received a water polo scholarship to UC Irvine to play under Coach Ted Newland.
Genai went on to become a NCAA All-American in 1998 and 1999 and was awarded Big West Conference Male Scholar Athlete of the Year his senior year. 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. Genai has also created several community outreach programs to help mentor children in lower income households. His passion for teaching children the ins-and-outs of the sport has never ceased, and his Nike 5Meter Water Polo Camps are second to none.
USA National Team
2012 US Open, Irvine, California, 1st Place - MVP
2010 Volvo Cup, Hungary, 3rd place
2009 FINA World Championships, Rome, Italy, 4th place
2009 FINA World League Super Final, Podgorica, Montenegro, 4th place
2007 FINA World League Super Finals, Berlin, Germany 5th place
2007 Pan American Games, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1st place
2007 FINA World Championships, Melbourne, Australia, 9th place
2006 ASUA Cup, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1st place
2006 FINA World League Super Finals, Athens, Greece, 5th place
2004 Olympic Games, Athens, Greece, 7th place
2003 FINA World League Super Finals, New York, NY, 3rd place
2003 Pan American Games, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1st place
2003 FINA World Championships, Barcelona, Spain, 6th place
2003 U.S. Cup, Stanford, CA, United States, 2nd place
2002 FINA World Cup, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 7th place
2001 FINA World Championships, Fukuoka, Japan, 7th place
2001 World Championships Qualifier, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1st place
1998 First Appearance on the Men’s National Team, Long Beach, CA
1995 Jr. North American Games, Calgary, Canada, 2nd place