Panam Sports Hosts a Training Camp in Miami
Under the outstanding tutelage of Italian Coach Gianluca Alberani, 43 athletes and 17 coaches from 22 countries are refining their techniques in the pool and becoming better swimmers this week in Miami. The nine-day training camp began on June 3 at Nova Southeastern University.
With athletes at the core of Panam Sports’ mission, developing sport, training officials and expanding athlete abilities is an essential tenant to improving sport in the Americas.
In order to accomplish these goals, Panam Sports is hosting several training camps in various sports throughout the year. The goal is for athletes throughout the Americas to develop, share experiences with other athletes and receive world-class training from renowned specialists in their sport.
While this week it is swimmers that will receive the specialized training in Miami, boxers have already attended a training camp in Mexico and badminton players learned new skills at a camp in Guatemala.
“The destination for this camp is the beautiful city of Miami. We contacted the Italian Coach Gianluca Alberani and made corresponding invitations, and the response was amazing. We are proud to inform that a large number of athletes and coaches, thanks to Panam Sports, are taking advantage of a camp that undoubtedly helps their careers and sports development,” said Panam Sports Sport Director and manager of the camp, Ricardo Probert.
The camp that began this Sunday and ends on June 11, will include technical training for coaches, high-performance testing of each athlete with underwater recording techniques, training outside the water, world-class daily practice sessions as well as motivational talks for athletes.
The countries participating at the swimming camp include Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Bolivia, British Virgin Islands, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Uruguay.