November 22, 2010
Schedule for Week of
11/22/10 (International) Thursday
Friday 6:00-8:00am and 3:00-5:00pm
MW Swim 5:30-6:30am
Mon-Wed Swim 3:30-5:30pm
MW Dryland 5-5:30pm
Mon-Wed Swim 5:30-7:30pm
Session 1: Mon/Wed Swim 4:30-6:00pm, Tue Dryland 4:15-4:40pm + Swim 4:40-6:05pm
Junior Bell M/W 4:00-5:00pm (Wilson)
Missed the Banquet?
If you did not attend the banquet, you can pick up your pins in the office and Far Western swimmers can pick up their beanies! https://ome.swimconnection.com/ome/meets/354
9yo SCSC Swimmer Swims Alcatraz!
Let's start getting to practice on time. I understand that some of you get out of school later but if you are late, you have five minutes to get ready from the time you walk into the gate. All pulling gear is required everyday at practice - tube, paddles and buoy. Also bring proper attire for dry-land workouts: running shoes, shorts or sweat pants, tee's or sweat shirts. NO JEANS, BUTTON SHIRTS, BOOTS, or FLIP FLOPS. We are in the middle of the season, it's cold, we’re tired but we have to continue working towards our goals. Remember you chose to be here to swim at your highest potential. Congratulations to our swimmers who finaled at the PASA Invite: Rochelle Koch for the Girls 15-16 200 Breaststroke and Angelee Winn for the Girls 13-14 200 Breaststroke. Let’s keep up the good work and continue to focus on our goals. Good job!
Blue Bells - boys
We had 335 best times last weekend at the prelims/finals PASA Invitational along with several new PRT, FW and JO cuts! Congratulations to: Sidhant Idgunji 100Fr, 100Br, 200Br
Nehemi Winn 200Br
Jackson Partin 400IM
Stephen Shilling 500Fr 400IM Sian Yongyuth 100Fr, 200Fr, 100Bk, 100Fl, 200IM
Alex Gao 100Bk, 100Br
Benjamin Winn 100Br
Nathan Yates 100Br
Sophia Krivokapic-Zhao 50Br
Gianluca Bencomo 100Fr, 200Fr
Aidan Burns 200Fr
Sky Calleja-Harris 100Fr
Sophia Sebastian 100Bk
Jed Jones 100Bk, 100Fl
Ryan Ma 100Fr
SCSC Thought of the Week
Hello Sweet Potatoes! Let's just cut to the chase, who doesn't love Thanksgiving??? There are good friends all around, time off from school/work, extra long practices, family reunions and amazing food, just to name a few. However, in all this excitement, I think sometimes we really forget what the holiday is all about. Sure you talk about it in school, but let's be honest, how hard do you really think about it? Agreed, life in general is wonderful... but what really makes it so wonderful? Is it all those little things that make it possible for you to swim? Is it having your sister or brother home from college? Or getting to see your grandparents and cousins from Michigan? Or simply having those days off from school? I have a friend who is writing something in her Facebook status every day that she is thankful for for the month of November. I also remember doing exercises in college where we would write down 5 things before practice that we are thankful for. Write down 5 things that YOU are thankful for at this very moment and share them!
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