The 10th Annual Michigan Masters Clinic & Banquet featuring 3 time Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian.

The 10th Annual Michigan Masters Banquet featuring 3 time Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian.

Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 1:00 PM.
McGregor Memorial Conference Center on the campus of Wayne State University

This year’s event will feature a great meal, along with swimming related door prizes, awards and recognition of those who have excelled in the past year.

Tickets for this year’s banquet are just $40. You can purchase the total number of tickets you need on the payment page.

The Michigan LMSC is pleased to offer this special event with a true Olympic legend and one of the greatest sprint swimmers of all time, who will share his insights and stories with everyone at the McGregor Conference Center on the campus of Wayne State University.

The banquet will immediately follow a Masters Swim Clinic that Nathan will be giving at the Wayne State University pool (Matthaei Natatorium).  To register for the swim clinic – CLICK HERE

Nathan will be speaking after lunch about swimming, his three Olympic experiences and how to bounce back from a major illness or setback and get back to the swimmer you were.

Our banquet host is the McGregor Memorial Conference Center on the campus of Wayne State University. Completed in 1958, the McGregor Memorial Conference Center was the masterpiece of world-renowned architect Minoru Yamasaki. The two-story center is a highly sculptured building with a reception space that overlooks a lobby accented by free-standing columns and partitions highlighted with teakwood. The magnificent atrium design provides abundant natural light and the building earned a First Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. Overlooking the newly refurbished reflecting pond and sculpture garden, the McGregor Memorial Conference Center is the University’s primary conference facility.


The Michigan Masters LMSC is proud to announce a Masters Swim Clinic featuring 3 time Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian.

Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 9:00 AM.
Wayne State University – Matthaei Natatorium
USMS Sanction #192-S010

Over the past six years, Nathan has been one of the lead coaches at three Masters Swimming Performance Camps held at the USA Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Whether it’s teaching starts and turns, or any of the four stroke techniques, Nathan takes a hands-on approach both in and out of the water.

Nathan Adrian

As one of the greatest sprinters of all time, he will be sharing the secrets of swimming faster, getting off the blocks better, and how to make all of your strokes more efficient.

He is one of the premier sprint swimmers in the World.  The owner of eight Olympic medals (5 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze), Nathan was Co-Captain of the 2016 Olympic Swimming Team and was one of the top academic sportsman during his collegiate tenure.  Nathan continues to be successful both as an athlete and a leader to this day.

Over the years, Nathan has enjoyed many honors and accolades, both in and out of the water.  Here are a few of which he is especially proud:

  • Team Co-Captain – United States Olympic Swimming Team (2016)
  • Individual Olympic Gold Medalist – 100 Freestyle (London 2012)
  • American Record Holder – 50 Freestyle (Kazan 2015)
  • Invited to provide keynote speech for  U.C Berkeley’s 2018 Winter Commencement.
  • Induction into the AsianHall of Fame (Class of 2014)
  • Member of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Championship Team – Cal’s first NCAA Champ Win in 31 years
  • Swimmer of the Meet – 2011 NCAA Men’s Championship
  • 3X PAC-10 All Academic First Team
  • 2X NCAA Division I Academic All American Award
  • 2011 Recipient of the Neufeld Scholar Athlete of the Year Award
  • Honor of having a street named after him in his home town of Bremerton, WA

In December 2018, Nathan was diagnosed with testicular cancer.  Now in recovery, Nathan has become an advocate for men’s health issues and cancer awareness for everyone.

His message of how to be a champion in swimming, overcome health obstacles and keep on swimming strongly, is something you will never forget.