Here are a few tips to make sure you and your swimmers are prepared for this season’s swim meets…
Arrive 30 minutes before your warm up time to get settled and check in with the coaches.
Write your events on your hand with a sharpie. Include Event, Event #, Heat #, and Lane #.
What to bring for the Meet: (In addition to your team suit, cap & goggles!)
2 large towels: one to sit on and one to dry off with.
Pants/sweatshirt if it’s chilly to wear between events.
Healthy snacks such as Z Bars, granola gars, protein bars, fresh fruit, etc.
Water bottle or Gatorade.
Cards, notebook and pencils, iTouch, etc. to play between events.
What to bring for the Dinner Dance:
2 dry towels: one to dry off with after showering and one old one to step on in the locker room.
Toiletries for showering.
Large Ziploc bag for wet suit.
Nice outfit – dress, skirt, or dressy shorts for girls; nice shorts and collared shirt for boys.
Try to rest or limit activity after practice so you are ready to swim fast!
Please stay in your suit on pool deck until the end of the meet. Your teammates need you to cheer them on!
It’s up to you if you want to stay for dinner and dancing. Most swimmers stay at least for dinner.
Have fun! Go Gators!
Gator Buddies - Lisa Kamp
Photo Wall - Theresa Solomon
Signs for Finals - April Wiater
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Girls 8 & Under 100 IM
Ella Hall 132.04
Girls 8 & Under 25 Back
Ella Hall 18.74
Girls & Under 25 Free
Ella Hall 15.82
Girls 8 & Under 25 Fly
Ella Hall 17.99
Girls 11-12 50 FLY
Ellie Schrader 32.43
Girls 13-14 50 Back
GiGi Novak 31.42
Girls 13-14 50 Breast
Lauren Biglin 36.10
Boys 13-14 50 Breast
Jerome Wiater 33.62
8 & Under Medley Relay
Ella Hall, Rachael Royer, Peter Biglin, Joe Wiater 1:22.99
Boys 11-12 50 FLY
Ian Allen 29.83
Boys 11-12 100 IM
Ian Allen 107.66
Boys 11-12 Free
Ian Allen 27.48
Boys 11-12 50 Back
Ian Allen 31.44
Girls 15-17 Breast
Lauren Biglin 35.44