RiverMonsters Swim CLub is offering 4 competitive swim training programs for winter maintenance. Group size is limited. All swimmers age 7+ must be able to swim unassisted 25 metres (full length of pool). New swimmers will be required to complete an assement before start of the program; this is to ensure their safey and enjoyment.
Date: 15 th, 16 th, 17 th February 2019 Venue: OCBC Aquatic Centre. I nformation Pack Manual Entry Form AQC Venue Guide Estimated Event Timeline Athletes Resting Areas Team Leaders Meeting Slides Entries are now CLOSED. *Please note that there will be two separate order of events at each Singapore Swim Series.
Swim for Hope. The Swim for Hope is a partnership with the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation and Swimming Newfoundland and Labrador (SNL). The Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation is dedicated to raising funds for the care and treatment of cancer patients and their families in NL.
The Swim for Hope is a 12-hour continuous swim relay where participants collect individual and corporate pledges. These young swimmers – with ages ranging from 6 to 18 years old – are members of 11 Swimming Newfoundland and Labrador clubs who, along with Community Challenge swimmers, participated in the annual Swim for Hope in communities from St. John's to Labrador City.
The EHS Boys' swim team made a splash Monday afternoon with 23 top-three finishes in the annual Swim for HOPE Invitational. Edwardsville scored a total of 386 points followed by Glenwood with 371, O'Fallon with 272 points and Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin with 246 points.
John Patnott To Retire As Swim Coach In 2019, Jake Taber Named Successor Dr. John Patnott, long-time Hope College men's and women's swimming & diving coach, is retiring after one more season and turning over the program he founded to a former Hope swimmer.