About Us

Mission Statement:
We provide Video technology and technical systems to improve sport.
To be the preferred partner for swimming video technology solutions that provide the best value.


  • Knowledgeable, Friendly Customer Service & Support
  • Field Technical Sales Support
  • Computer platforms PC and Mac
  • On-Site Service & Turnkey Installation
  • Application-Driven Solutions  


A total system solutions provider. The company has expertise in providing U.S. Patent Pending video technical systems for analysis as well as also provides sales, swim clinics, on-site installation, and service.

About Swimstrokedoctor:

Swimstrokedoctor was founded during the summer of 2012 by Dan Lynch in Indian Head Park, IL.

Dan, a USA Swimming referee, had the vision of creating a new method to study the underwater technical aspects of swimming, and operating a company with strong customer-focus and keen product knowledge. As a past president of the Intersuburban Swim conference, Dan believes in the importance of swimming, and the positive effect it has on childrens lives. Dan uses a phrase often to describe the importance of swimming and children, “Swimming is a Life Sport, we are here for the kids.”

The Swimstrokedoctor, high performance swim video analysis was first tested in the summer of 2012 at the LaGrange Field Club, in LaGrange, IL.  Coach Scott Gourley, head coach of the LaGrange Field Club, and Morton High School thought it “provides a new and exciting perspective to the analysis of the swim stroke”.

We have done video analysis for 2012 Olympic Trials qualifiers, Brian Donatelli ( U of Iowa), Mimi Schneider (2012 All-American Fenwick H.S. and Academy Bullets, IL State Champion 100 fly), and several top Academy Bullets swimmers including Paulina Kaminski (2012 All-American Fenwick H.S., IL 100 Breast), and many age group swimmers at clubs like the Academy Bullets Swim Club and Hornet Swim Club. Westmont Swim Club uses our video camera for the club.

In high performance competition, it is said, “fast kids make records.” While we certainly cannot dispute this claim, “kids with effective coaching, proper swim technique and desire set records.”