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Next new swimmer evaluation will be held on Sept 6, 2018. Registration for this evaluation will be open Aug. 29th @ 9:00am to Sept 5th @ 11:59pm. There is no charge for the evaluation. Minimum evaluation requirement: Swimmers must be at least 6 yrs old and be able to swim 25 yards freestyle with side breathing without stopping and swim 25 yards backstroke without stopping or completed Youth Level 4 of the Arlington County lesson program.

All swim groups except the following are full except the following that have limited space: High School Sprint, Age Group Performance, Age Group Plus A and B, Senior and Mini Gators 1, 2 and 3.

For more information click on "Looking to join" tab on the top menu.

All evaluations will be held at Wakefield High School Pool from 6-8pm.
Evaluation dates: June 27 for Arlington Residents ONLY, July 12 and Sept 6th. open to everyone. Must be registered and assigned a time slot to be evaluated.

Congratulations to all our swimmers who competed in championship travel meets and Junior Olympics over the month of March. AAC sent 49 swimmers to compete at 4 championship meets: Age Group Zones, Sectionals, NCSA Age Group Champs and NCSA Junior Nationals. Over the course of those meets AAC set 31 new individual records and 7 new relay records.

AAC sent 14 swimmers to Florida to participate in NCSA Jr Nationals. Torri Huske finished first in the 50 Fly and earned a spot on the NCSA All American Team that will compete in the Irish Open LC Championship in Dublin Ireland April 4th-8th. Other finalists at the meet were Kayle Park, Anna Landon, Mary Kate Reicheter, David Gallion, Jack Mowery, and Kai Green. AAC women's 200 medley relay finished 8th over all.

AAC sent 10 swimmers to Speedo Sectionals in Blacksburg VA and finished 16th out of 46 teams. Finalists include Emily Andrews, Emily Gallion, Natalie Martin, Matea Mladenovic, Max Nagle and Connor Sughrue.

AAC sent 15 swimmers to NCSA Age Group meet in Florida. We had a handful of finalists: Nolan Dunkel, Mac Marsh, Ronan Launiger, Catherine Hughes, Danielle Hughes, Rachel Conely and Billy Weber. Catherine Hughes won the 50 breast setting a new meet record and her sister Danielle Hughes won the 100 back. Our girls 11-12 200 Medley Relay placed 7th.

AAC had 11 swimmers travel to Webster New York for the Eastern Zones Meet. Charlotte Thompson, Sophia Grabman, William Landon, and Brendan Huber-Wilker all finaled. The girl's 15-18 400 Free Relay placed 7th.

AAC sent 56 swimmers to Junior Olympics at University of Maryland this year. Catherine Hughes finished first in the 50,100 and 200 breast and 200 IM. Lauren Hartel finished first in the 1000 and 1650 free. Other top 8 finalists include Daniel Hughes, Kara Curry, Kate Bailey, Billy Weber, Kellen Cameron, Eli Martin, Nolan Dunkel, Mac Marsh and Ronan Lauinger.

Congratulations swimmers and thank you parents, coaches and chaperones for a successful season!

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