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2021 Individualized Training Camps (ITC)

Offered by Moss Farms Diving

featuring Drew and Jenny Johansen.

Drew and Jenny Johansen have been offering ITC’s for 14 years.  These specialized diving camps have been a tremendous success and have helped many divers and coaches take the next step in their careers.  Previous locations for these camps have been Duke University and Indiana University.  Both locations are where Drew and Jenny were working as coaches in the NCAA.  This summer we are excited to host this innovated style of camp in Moultrie, Georgia, with Drew and Jenny as our lead coaches.

This an opportunity for a diver to get their specific goals addressed by Drew and Jenny Johansen along with the help of Moss Farms coaching staff and other featured coaches. This camp is hosted by Moss Farms Diving and is open and available to all.  Parents, coaches, and divers will provide input to Drew and Jenny prior to the camp—and the diver will leave the camp with a specific set of next steps to help them continue on their path. We take a team approach to understanding the diver, helping define their goals, and providing practical solutions.

  • Exclusive opportunity for personal diving training from the 2012 & 2016 US Olympic Head Coach (Drew Johansen), and a two-time US Olympian (Jenny Keim Johansen). Other celebrity coaches will be invited to each session.
  • Focus on individualized goals – great for beginners to advanced athletes
  • World class dry-land, and water facilities at Moss Farms in Moultrie, Georgia
  • Proprietary coaching techniques (TriSynerG™) – a philosophy embracing “Olympism,” balancing sport, culture, and education.
  • Camper lodging, meals and transportation are the responsibility of the parent/guardian who is attending.
  • Registration will open Wednesday June 2nd at 6:30pm Easter Standard Time Zone. All registrations will be via email and the time stamp on the email will make this a first come first serve camp that is open available to all.  Once registered payment must be received by June 18th or your spot in the camp will go to the next person on the waiting list.
  • Camp Director John Fox will receive registration at jdfoxer999@gmail.com
  • Questions about coaching or logistics can go to Jenny at Jenny@USAyouthdiving.com.

Camp Dates:

Session 1 July, 9 – 11

Price: $750 

Staff: Drew Johansen, Jenny Johansen, John Fox, Eric Best, Tarrin Gilliland
Schedule:

Friday July 9th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

Saturday July 10th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

Sunday July 11th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

Session 2, July 13 – 15

Price: $750 

Staff: Drew Johansen, Jenny Johansen, Eric Best, Tarrin Gilliland
Schedule:

Tuesday July 13th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

Wednesday July 14th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

Thursday July 15th (Session 1 9:00am-12:30am, Classroom TBD, Session 2 3:00-5:30pm)

 

Who are Drew and Jenny?

Together Drew and Jenny Johansen have built three of the strongest and long lasting club teams in the US.  Today they are focused on Bloomington, IN with the mission to continue sending young student athletes to college, prepared to succeed in all aspects of their lives.  With 4 Olympic Games and numerous National Champions between them, Drew and Jenny are the best coaching duo in the country

Who is Drew Johansen?

USA Diving named Drew head coach of the U.S. diving team for the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games in London and Rio. Prior to the appointments Drew had spent ten years as a U.S. National Team coach.  Under his direction at the 2012 Olympic Games, U.S. divers took home four medals and in 2016 U.S. divers took home three more. This put team USA as the #2 medal producing country in the world.

Overall, under Drew’s direction the United States took home one gold, three silver and three bronze medals; putting the US team as the number two medal producer in the world.  2012 was the most diving medals for the Americans since the 1988 Olympic Games.
Who is Jenny Keim/Johansen?

Jenny Keim Johansen is the assistant coach to the High Performance Squad at Indiana University. Jenny graduated cum laude with a B.A. from the University of Miami in 2002. While at University of Miami, she was a six-time All-American selection, and won the NCAA championship on the 3-meter board and platform in 1999 and 2000. On the international scene, Jenny is a 2-time US Olympian competing in the 1996 games in Atlanta and the 2000 games in Sydney. She was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame in 2010

 

Camp Staff that will work with Drew and Jenny

July 9 – 11 (25 Campers Max)

John Fox

Coach Fox the Head Coach of the Moss Farms Diving Tigers.

So far in the 2021 season, Coach Fox has led the diving tigers to be the 2021 USA Diving Regional Champions on the men’s and women’s events. In addition, Coach Fox has coached one athlete to the 2021 USA Diving Olympic trials. At the 2021 GHSA State Champions meet both the men’s classifications were won by divers under coach Fox’s leadership. Coach Fox also serving a four year term on USA Diving’s Coach Advisory Council.

Prior to the 2021 Season, Coach Fox led the Diving Tigers to become the 2019 USA Diving Regional Champions, the 2019 YMCA Men’s Team National Champions, coached athletes to seven YMCA individual national titles, coached athletes to three AAU national titles, coached athletes to two bronze medals and one silver medal at USA Diving Nationals, coached a diver to the 2019 Junior Pan American Games, had two athletes selected to be on USA Diving Tier 3 High Performance Squad. In 2019 he was awarded the YMCA Nationals Moose Moss Coach of the Year award. Coach Fox was also selected for the United States Olympic Committee and International Olympic Committee’s International Coaching Enrichment Certificate program.

Tom Gimm (TBD, babies OTW)

Tom comes to Moss Farms from Denver, CO where he served as the administrator and diving coach for Mile High Dive Club. While at MHDC, Tom helped guide and coach divers of all levels including helping one diver qualify to Junior Pan American Games.

Prior to Mile High Dive Club, Tom held the Head Diving Coach position for Ohio University in Athens, OH. During his time at OU, Tom worked with very talented divers and helped qualify one to NCAA Zones. Tom was the Head Age Group Coach for the Kentucky Diving Club in Lexington, KY from 2010-2016. During the six years at KDC, Tom worked with kids of all age groups and helped grow the team to national success.

Who is Eric Best?

Eric Best is finishing his 20th season as the Michigan State men’s and women’s diving coach. During the 2016-17 season, Coach Best will be joining Indiana University’s staff in the 2021-22 season.

In the years under Best’s leadership, Spartan divers continue to earn Big Ten Diver of the Week honors, Big Ten Academic All- Conference Honors and a hand full of Academic All-Americans.

Best was named the 2006 Big Ten Diving Coach of the Year, after his divers finished 4th in diving points at the Big Ten Championships with no platform entries and no divers with previous national experience. He also coached seven divers who qualified for the NCAA Regional Meet.

Who is Tarrin Gilliland?

In her freshman year at Indiana University Tarrin was the (2021) NCAA Division I Platform National Champion and three-Time All-American. Tarrin has won 5 USA Diving Sr. National Titles and 5 Jr. National Titles.  Tarrin is an early childhood education major at IU and loves working with kids of all ages.