Central Victoria Swimming
PSSA Photo. CIS Team; Convenor; Committee Members; Schools. CIS Primary Swimming Team Victoria Robinson, Belmont Christian College. Welcome to the official Central Victoria Swimming website. Bendigo Hawk's Hunter Wright and NyahTwoBays Swan Hill's Harry Robinson. The eight and nine old girls medley relay team claimed Bronze with Bendigo Hawk's The full results from today's CVS Qualifying Meet can be found on the Competitions page. New Zealand's qualifying meet for the Short Course World are Bradlee Ashby, Daniel Hunter, Sam Perry, Hayley McIntosh and Helena Gasson. with the swimmers needing to meet or exceed FINA 'A' cuts at these a team she started up in December , while also offering private coaching.
Clubmate Milla Tzaros won Bronze in the year-old m Breaststroke. In the Medley relays the ten-year-old boys finished third with the same quartet that claimed the Freestyle bronze repeating the effort. The future of swimming is as bright as ever in Central Victoria. Swimmers vied for a place in the top six of each of the 50m Butterfly, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Freestyle events.
During the week, the squad that will represent District 15 at the Inter-district Competition was announced. The District 15 selection panel chose the best two swimmers for each of the competition's sixty-eight Individual and Relay events. Thirty-six of our best athletes aged from as young as 9 years-old will compete against the best each Victorian country District has to offer.
Best of luck to all the swimmers who will represent our District at these important competitions! Alec won the Boys 12 year old m Breaststroke.
Congratulations to Tyler, Alec, Lara and Layla on their fine individual performances and to every District 15 swimmer who gave their all over the week-end!
Checkout the details for each Meet on the Competitions page. Your support of the Meets run by the smaller Clubs of our District is crucial for their viability in their communities. Pitted against the best 7 to 10 years old across regional Victoria the representative squad of 35 did the District proud with stellar performances in Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly as well as Freestyle and Medley relays.
All agreed that the performances of their young charges in the pool and the way in which they represented the District on the day were exemplary. We have a responsibility to ensure that our children can participate in their chosen sport in a friendly, supportive and, above all else, safe environment.
Richard worked with the top swimmers and Ann worked primarily with what became known as the bronze team and also taught private stroke lessons. Bythe Dad's Club was ranked 6th in the nation and the following year, seven swimmers qualified for the Olympic Trials. The 50 meter pool offered an opportunity to train for long course swimming events and to further enhanced the possibility of swimmers to compete on a national level year round.
InRichard Quick moved on to start his collegiate coaching career with SMU and to eventually become a 6-time Olympic coach The season saw twenty-three swimmers attend Junior Nationals in Ithaca, New York, with five of those reaching Skip Kenney finals. Ted Knapp, an All-American swimmer inworked with Skip Kenney as assistant coach for several years, then became Head Coach in after Skip retired.
Pat was also recognized in Sports Illustrated in the "Faces In the Crowd" section in the September 6, issue as follows: He was Texas ' Outstanding Boy Swimmer the last two years. InRob is still the Head Coach at Princeton.
Unfortunately, was the year of the Olympic boycott. InRandy Julian was named Head Coach. For both the Dad's Club and the Houston area in general, proved to be a difficult period.
Hit by the hard economic times within the oil industry, many families left the Houston metropolitan area. The spring of brought tragedy to the club with the traffic death of Kirstin Torgerson, one of the club's strongest swimmers.
The Dad's Club team, determined to overcome this adversity, sent a strong 14 member team to the Austin Junior Nationals. The Olympic year of had great impact on the Dad's Club yet again!
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Mark Boerner was hired in and served as head coach for 21 years through Many good swimmers were developed during this period. April 17, s The season saw the Dad's Club Swim Team improve at every level of competition. USA Swimming sponsored a contest for swim teams to determine which teams provided the most services for its swimmers and parents as well as being run efficiently.
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These were the only 2 years this competition was held, and the Dad's Club was chosen as the outstanding team in the US both times. Allison became the then fastest freestyler in Dad's Club history. The team experienced challenges, including hard economic times and the downsizing of the property due to the I freeway expansion.
These and other factors greatly affected team growth. Loyalty from the few swimmers and parents who remained with the team played a big part in building positively for the future.
During the early s, the team continued to produce many up-and-coming age group swimmers. Keri Hyde, one of the most decorated age group swimmers during the first part of the decade, met multiple Junior National qualifying standards in distance freestyle and butterfly events. Others who achieved qualifying times for the Junior National level include: Rey Aguilar, the head age group coach at the time, became the Interim Head Coach during May through July and was named the new head coach in August of Coaches Mark Boerner and Rey Aguilar with team in Beginning early in the s, Danielle Yoon showed continuous improvement, setting 50 team records.
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Shortly after Yoon became a National Qualifier, Lilly Marrow also recorded a National qualifying time during the short course season and was followed by Hannah Cooper and Alex Pujol, who made National qualifying times in The momentum created in the latter part of the s continued into the next decade.
The first coach was Kuni Schultz. The team consisted of five divers--three boys and two girls. All three of those boys received scholarships to college: In those days, diving was simply an event within a swimming meet. The Shamrock Hilton team continually beat the Dad's Club because they had diving entries. The points earned by their divers "tipped the scales" in their favor. Recruitment was through classes taught at the Dad's Club by the coach, and also through clinics and shows at neighborhood pools.