October 13, 2002 -- Gainesville, GA
On November 9, 2002, Lanier Canoe and Kayak club head coach Kris Lipianka will offer a one-day clinic giving wildwater paddlers
an opportunity to learn proper stroke technique with wing paddles.
If you have some experience with wing paddles, this clinic willgive you the opportunity to advance. If you have never tried a
wing paddle, this clinic will give you the opportunity to try them out, and to learn the basics of the proper stroke technique.
LCKC clinic details
When: Saturday, Nov. 9, 2002
Location: Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club, 3105 Clarks Bridge
Road Gainesville, Ga. 30506.
Cost: $30 per participant
Length: One day
Food: Bring a bag just in case, likely to be provided by LCKC Facilities
Facilities: LCKC features miles of paddling, an opportunity to try out flatwater boats, and a weight room.
Lanier coach Kris Lepianka willl host a training camp designed
for Wildwater athletes. The Polish team, for whom Lepianka
competed, is a longtime powerhouse of paddlesport known for
exceptional periodization theory for everything from aerobic
development to strength training to diet.
Bruce Conover is a K-1 Wildwater paddler living in Atlanta, GA.
Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
coaching education started with the premier Polish coaching school,
the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw, Poland. He is also
certified with the National Coaching Certification Program in Canada
and spent ten years coaching in Saskatchewan. There he organized
and lectured at over twenty NCCP sanctioned courses.
Prior to coming
to Gainesville, Kris spent five years in Austrailia with the Intensive
Training Center located in Perth. He has developed several athletes
to the Olympic Team level and has been involved with athlete talent
Kris is an Olympian and two-time World Championships silver medalist