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AB Facilities

The Main Indoor Pool & Dryland Facility / Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center:

1601 Law Lane, Bloomington, IN 47408 Map it!

The Student Recreation & Sports Complex (SRSC) is located in the heart of IU’s campus and plays home to the Indiana University varsity swimming and diving programs. This 137,832 square foot facility includes the 44,651 square foot Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center. The diving center alone features a full dryland facility with trampolines, drylands, a springfloor, and belts, spotting belts above 1 and 3 meter springboards, a full bubbler system throughout to help campers learn new dives, a hot tub and deck shower, four 1meter and two 3meter springboards as well as one of the few, full indoor towers in the country (1, 3, 5, 7, and 10-meter platforms). Furthermore, at every station there are numerous monitors with TIVO capabilities so each camper may review their dive or work at dryland.

As a new era begins at Indiana Diving, Coach Drew Johansen and Indiana University are working together to produce the most state-of-the-art diving facilities in the US. We will be installing High Performance Water Belts (1-Meter and 3-Meter) this fall; a pulley and belt system will be unlike any other in the country. Coach Johansen considers this the most valuable training device when teaching divers of all ages & abilities, and one that will benefit both IU divers and TriSynerG Campers for decades to come. We will be upgrading the video replay and Dartfish computers as well. Coach Johansen has one of the most extensive video libraries in the world and with this upgrade all 20,000 dives in his library will be available for review anywhere in the pool. These upgrades will add to the IU tradition of world-class, cutting edge facilities and lead the way for diving in the US as we attempt to regain the top spot on the world stage.

The Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center has hosted the 1996, 2001, & 2012 NCAA Zone C Diving competition, the 1997, 1999, 2002, 2006, & 2013 Big Ten Men's Swimming and Diving Championships and Junior Nationals, and the 1998, 2001, 2005, and 2011 Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving Championships.


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The IU Outdoor Pool:

17th Street & Fee Lane, Bloomington, IN 47408 Map it!

The IU Outdoor Pool is a historic facility on the campus of Indiana University. It has been the summer home for many Olympic Gold Medalists who trained daily as IU athletes for Doc Counsilman & Hobie Billingsley. In 1980, it was featured as part of an award-winning documentary detailing the IU Diving Program and Dive Camp specifically entitled Hobie’s Heroes. The diving well features a full tower (1,3,5,7,& 10 meter platforms), four 1meter and two 3meter springboards.


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The Outdoor Dryland Facility:

17th Street & Fee Lane, Bloomington, IN 47408 Map it!

The IU Outdoor Dryland Facility is yet another great facility where campers practice their techniques before applying it at the pools. This beautiful shaded facility is located right outside the Outdoor Pool and features three dryboards and three trampolines with rigs and belts above each.


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The Indoor Dryland Facility:

633 North Morton Street, Bloomington, IN 47404 Map it!

TriSynerG™ has designed a proprietary dry-land facility which we believe is the most advanced of its kind in the US.

The purpose of the dryland facility is to allow divers to experience the sensations of hurdles, take-off, spinning, twisting and spotting in an environment that is safe, quick to execute, and easy to video and playback. In essence, it allows us to increase the number of reps while reducing the impact on the body… the perfect combination for improvement.

This facility is used by all the TriSynerG Camps, the Indiana University Diving Team, post-graduate divers training with Drew for the Olympics, and the TriSynerG Diving Club @ Indiana University.


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Royer (Indoor Pool #2)

1025 East 7th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408 Map it!

At our disposal as well is the iconic Royer Pool. In the 1970’s, it was home to legendary IU Swimming and Diving coaches Hobie Billinglsey and Doc Counsilman who captured six consecutive NCAA Championships and several Olympics gold medals with a group of swimmers and divers affectionately known as “The Golden Team”. Such athletes included Mark Spitz, Cynthia Potter, Mark Lenzi, Gary Hall, and Jim Montgomery. The Royer Diving Well features two 1meters and two 3meter springboards as well as a 1m & 5m tower.



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Camp House, Meals, Roommates

1968 North Jordan Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47408 Map it!

Away from the pools, the next best place to be at dive camp is definitely our Camp House!! This home-away-from-home is a 29,000 square foot mansion. Campers, counselors, guest coaches, interns and other staff call this amazing place home during their stay.

This house has many lounges, dance room, bike room, offices, large bathrooms on each hallway, a main assembly room where we have all our meetings, videos, and guest lectures. We also have a pool table, a courtyard with a basketball court, volleyball net, campfire area, and a large field next door where we play games, conduct fireworks shows, and have our famous, ginormous Slip’n’Slide.

Among the sports camps at IU, our Camp House is definitely the envy of all campers. Rather than simply lodge our campers in the dorms, we’ve found the Camp House affords campers many more opportunities for fun, unity to grow, and the best environment for friendships to be nurtured!!

Our Camp House is completely safe with locks on all outside doors. Furthermore, the guys and girls floors are completely separate, monitored, and locked after lights out. Room checks are also completed nightly.

Bedrooms: The Camp House includes 26 spacious and air-conditioned bedrooms. Each bedroom is outfitted with twin-size beds complete with mattress and frame. Our beds are a mixture of bunkbeds and traditional beds. We have 4 sizes of bedrooms (small, medium, large and extra-large). Depending upon the size of your bedroom you may have between 1-5 roommates. We will never exceed fire-code for the number of people per bedroom. Each room also contains a desks and dressers for our campers’ home-away-from-home.

Decorate Your Door! Show your camp spirit and home-grown personality by decorating your bedroom door! Keep in mind your other roommates will also be adding to these decorations! Bring an item from home or create your own! Tape used only, no other adhesive permitted.

Meals: We have two kitchens, a dining hall and our own personal Camp Chef! The smaller kitchen is for coaches, counselors and staff. The large industrial kitchen is where our professional Camp Chef prepares all the meals for those hungry campers!!

3 meals and a nutritious evening snack served daily by our in-house Camp Chef! All meals are approved by a licensed Sports Nutritionist. Our Camp Chef gladly accommodates each individual dietary need. Indicate your camper’s dietary needs at time of camp registration.

Roommates: We kindly accommodate roommate requests. Indicate your camper’s roommate request at time of camp registration. Please note male and females cannot room together, no exceptions. Attending camp by yourself! …Great!!! You will have tons of new friends on the first day of camp!
We will room you with someone of your same gender and age!

Roommate Conflicts. We all need to get along and be happy campers. If roommate conflicts arise, please inform your counselor and we will smoothly transition you into a different room.

Laundry: This house has it all! …including 5 washers and 5 dryers! Free laundry services available to those campers who join us over the weekend. All laundry is handled by our counselors; washed on cold and detergent provided. Camper laundry is completed on Saturdays only.

Parents Staying In the House: This camp is proudly PIC (Programs Involving Children) certified. Every adult residing in the camp house is background checked. Due to this strictly enforced policy, we are unable to allow parents to reside overnight in the camp house as we are not able to background check the camper’s parent. Parents are welcome to join us for each activity including meals in the camp house during awake hours. Awake hours are 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM. Parents are welcome to stay in one of the many local hotels or even camp nearby!


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Contact Us


Jenny Keim-Johansen, Director of Camp Operations

divecamp@trisynerg.com

844-234-8348, ext: 1

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Printable documents are available below.

Documents (.pdf)
All forms must be completed before a camper may participate. Please submit all forms as soon as possible.
Please submit the appropriate forms for the camp you are attending:
By Email: divecamp@TriSynerG.com
By Fax 844-234-8348
Download: ITC Camper Participation Forms
Download: Summer Camper Participation Forms
Download: Coaches Clinic Participation Forms
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