Team Foxjet registers more than 400 swimmers a year, fielding more than 300 swimmers in each of the two swimming seasons: Fall-Winter and Spring-Summer.
Swimmers are divided into 13 training groups led by top quality, full-time professional coaches. Team Foxjet’s highly experienced head coaches hold nationally-rated elite coaching positions (the Head Coach and Head Age Group Coach). The group Lead Coaches are also highly experienced, each having between 15-20 years in the sport. Assistant Coaches, who assist the Lead Coaches, are also very knowledgeable, some of whom have been coaching 10+ years.
The team believes that excellence-based programming should include a wide variety of ages, interest levels and ability. To meet the needs of varied abilities and interests, while moving forward toward competitive success, the team tiers its swim groups through an increasingly-challenging training structure. Each training group comprises a building block in the program, with heightened skills and techniques building upon each other at each level. Technique, skills, and training are blended appropriately for each group’s ability level.
The team trains at four facilities: Eden Prairie Community Center, Oak Point Intermediate School, and International School of Minnesota (all in Eden Prairie) and Richfield Municipal Pool (Richfield). The Eden Prairie facilities are used year-round. The Richfield pool is used during the spring and summer to augment the Eden Prairie facilities.
Team Foxjet is a member of Minnesota Swimming, which is one of the 59 Local Swimming Committees (LSCs) that comprise USA Swimming. USA Swimming is the national governing body for amateur swimming in the United States, and Team Foxjet follows its core values model:
- Build The Base
- Promote The Sport
- Achieve Competitive Success
Team Foxjet invites and welcomes new swimmers year-round. We encourage you to review this website and contact the team any time with questions about the program at email@example.com. For detailed information about Team Foxjet, read the Club Bylaws or Team Handbook.