Attending swim meets is fun and a terrific opportunity
for swimmers to perform the techniques they have worked on in
practice. In addition, attending swim meets is highly
encouraged as part of a swimmer's complete training program.
Swim meets provide swimmers and coaches excellent feedback for
training, teaches swimmers the value of hard work, and teaches
sportsmanship and team camaraderie.
To attend a swim meet you can sign
your swimmer up here; start by clicking "edit commitment" below the
meet you would like to attend, then follow the prompts. Keep
in mind that most meets have a registration date that is 3 to 6
weeks prior to the event.
|LOCATION: Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center. This is the first long course meet of the season. Swimmers need " Gold" times to enter meet. |
|Hi Everyone, We have a very easy fundraiser taking place on May 7th 4:30pm at St John's Episcopal Church in West Seattle. The Parish's yearly rummage sale ends on Saturday the 6th and with the loading...|
|WhiteWater Orca Swim-A-Thon Come join the fun! Raise money for your team! Location: Tukwila Pool |
|WhiteWater Orcas Annual Swim Team Banquet... stay tuned for more details :) |
|Location: Wenatchee, WA. Awesome team travel meet. Open to all Orca swimmers. This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy an outdoor long-course meet in the sun! We have rooms set aside for us at t...|
| 98th Senior Seattle Open July 6, 2017 - July 8, 2017 LOCATION: Colman Pool |
|Age Group Seattle Open July 14, 2017 - July 15, 2017 LOCATION: Colman Pool |
| PNS 14&U LongCourse Champs July 28, 2017 - July 30, 2017 LOCATION: Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center |