Date & Time:

Sunday, December 3, 2017  



Hulbert Aquatics Center
620 7th Ave E
West Fargo, ND 58078

Driving Directions 


Event Fees:

Participant Fee: $25

This event is for 11 and under swimmers. Please make sure your swimmer fall into this age group. There is a different registration page for 12 and up. 

Participants for this event will not need swim equipment. Please bring suit, goggles, towel & water bottle.

Time Schedule :

     9:30AM Check-In                                  9:45AM Group Photo/Autographs      10:00AM In-Water Session                  12:00PM Joint Speech & Q&A                1:00PM Clinic Over



Mutual of Omaha BREAKout! Swim Clinic Team
USA Swim Clinics, LLC
P:  210-494-9671
E:  usaswimclinics@yahoo.com

Sponsors: North Dakota Swimming, Colorado Time Systems, Myrtha Pools, Zerr Berg Architects, MBN and ONE Engineering Firms,  Bergstrom Eye & Laser Clinic

Dream it. Believe it. Breakout!


  •  Learn champion performance techniques from Olympic Medalist
  • Receive small-group personal instruction in the water on four strokes, starts, turns and streamline
  • Understand how your body, mind and heart affect your swimming
  • Race Olympian 
  • Ask questions, get autographs and take photos with the athletes
  • Receive a BREAKOUT! T-shirt and other souvenirs

Jason Lezak has been the go-to guy on for U.S. relays since 1999. After he and the men 400m freestyle relay teams won silver at the 2000 Olympics and bronze at the 2004 Olympics, coaches turned to Jason to anchor the 2008 team. He didn't disappoint.  Lezak & split of 46.06 is the fastest EVER in the sport. He powered to the wall earning gold in world-record time for the U.S. 

Rick Ehrlich, Team USA Swim Chairman for the 20th World Maccabiah Games is proud to announce that Olympic gold medalists and Maccabiah Alumni Lenny Krayzelburg and Jason Lezak will join Team USA for the 20th World Maccabiah Games as Maccabi Ambassadors. Both will be jumping into the pool for two exhibition relays during the Finals of the Swimming Competition.  

Watch Jason Lezak split the fastest relay split in the history of the sport.

Dana Vollmer 

Dana Vollmer rose to fame as a 16 year old at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece where she won a gold medal for the USA as a member of the world record setting 4200-meter freestyle relay.   Shockingly, as a favorite to win, in 2008 she failed to qualify for Beijing.  But Dana kept persevering, and against the odds, she came back in 2012 London Games and won the gold medal in the 100m butterfly with a new world record of 55.98!  The first woman to break :56 seconds in the event.   That same week in London, Vollmer won two more gold medals in the 4x200 free relay and joined teammates Missy Franklin, Alison Schmitt and Rebecca Soni in the 4x100 Medley relay.  Swimming the butterfly leg, Vollmer recorded a record split of 55.48, as the U.S. team set a new world record with a time of 3:52.05.    Not yet done, Dana had a son and then started training for her 3 Olympics in Rio.  She came away with 2 golds and a bronze.  This last year she had a second son and is now training for her 4th Olympics in Tokyo 2020!  Amazing!  Dana loves sharing her six gold medals, her love of the sport of swimming and how to accomplish your goals while regardless of age or adversity.

Meet the Athletes
Your Mutual of Omaha BREAKOUT! Swim Clinic can feature two Olympians or National Team athletes.
Host A Clinic
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Swim Families
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