Toronto Head to Head Clinic with 2X Olympian Martha McCabe
Swim Clinic Led By 2X Olympian, Martha McCabe - Read about Martha below...
Head to Head promotes mental resiliency and physical wellness among young Canadians through Olympian led mentorship programs that teach healthy habits and inspire confidence. Martha McCabe learned a lot from her amazing swim career and will share her extensive knowledge of the sport with the next generation of Canadian swimmers.
9:00AM - 11:00AM - In pool session - Underwater work off the walls, sculling, kick and breaststroke pullouts
11:00AM - 12:00PM - In class session - Healthy Habits (sleep, nutrition) and much more!
Any coaches that have a swimmer in attendance are welcome to join the session free of cost - just let us know in advance!
We keep our clinics as small group sessions so that each swimmer (no matter their level, age 10 + ) will benefit from the clinic and get time with the athlete.
Head to Head promotes mental and physical wellness among youth athletes across Canada. Join us for an swimmer led swim clinic at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre in Toronto!
Our Olympians have learned a lot from their athletic careers and have extensive experience sharing their knowledge of the sport with the next generation of Canadian swimmers
More About Martha McCabe :
2X Olympian (5th place London 2012 + Team Captain Rio 2016)
2015 Pan Am Games Silver Medallist (200 m breaststroke)
2011 World Championship Medallist (200 m breaststroke)
8 Years on Canadian National Team
Graduate from the University of British Columbia (Kinesiology) + 2X Varsity Team Captain
Currently a Masters Student at Queen's University (Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
Founder of Head to Head
Martha, the youngest of 3, grew up in Toronto in an athletic family who paved the way to competitive sport for her. At 21 years old Martha claimed her first international medal at the 2011 World Championships in Shanghai, and in 2012, she placed fifth in the Olympic final. In 2015, she won silver in her home city at the Pan Am Games in Toronto and went on to captain the 2016 Rio Canadian Olympic swim team. Martha completed a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences at UBC, and trained in Vancouver for 6 years with world renowned Hungarian breaststroke coach Jozsef Nagy. Martha has since retired from competitive swimming and is founder of Head to Head, a business she created that connects Olympians to youth through organized mentorship programs to promote mental resiliency and physical wellness. Martha is chair of the Swimming Canada Athlete Council, and was elected by the Rio 2016 Olympic team to represent Olympians on the Canadian Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission.
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