Spirit Wear - We are submitting another spirit wear order and the deadline is this Saturday, 11/15!  If you've seen shirts, sweatshirts or other spirit wear items that you like, check out the available spirit wear on the website, www.hawksswimanddive.com.  Pictures and forms are there.  After this order, we will have only one more order which will be ready before Christmas.  If you have questions or want to order, email Carrie Magahey at ctmagahey@gmail.com.

Practice Info

posted Sep 4, 2014, 1:35 PM by Bill Parker

Swim Practice begins at Bogan Park pool on Monday October 20th @ 4:00 and Diving Practice begins @ 7:30. Swim Time Trials will be held on Thursday October 30th @ 4:00.

In order to start practice on October 20th, the Preparticipation Physical Evaluation, Athletic Participation Consent, and Concussion Forms MUST be completed and turned in to the ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S OFFICE. The 5 page document containing all 3 forms is available in the FORMS tab of our website. The Booster Club is not responsible for these forms and cannot accept them from an athlete.

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First Day of Practice

posted Oct 21, 2013, 7:04 PM by Rick Creed

We had a great first day of practice.  Please make sure that you do not leave any belongings in the locker room during practice or meets.  
Everyday is a new day and a new challenge, so take it one day at a time and challenge yourself to improve.  
Here are a couple of key items to focus on as you are beginning to prepare for Time Trials.
  • Streamline off the wall every time 
  • Work on your underwater dolphin kick (this technique is used in every stroke except for breaststroke)
  • Turns - Work on perfecting your turns everyday
  • Breathing - try to breathe every 3 strokes on distance sets and every 5 or 7 strokes on sprints (every stroke except breaststroke)
  • Kicking - Don't forget to use your legs 
  • Technique of the stroke
    • Freestyle - Prevent reaching over (Your right arm should stay on the right side of your body)
    • Backstroke - Rotate your shoulders and prevent reaching over
    • Breaststroke - Try not to pause when you take a breath
    • Fly - Work on not breathing every stroke

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