Signing up for the swim team:
the Registration button in the
center of the Home Page to begin registering for the swim team.
All new swimmers will be assessed and placed in
the appropriate groups for practice when the summer begins.
For now, choose the appropriate designation for your swimmer
(Developmental, Pre-Team or Competition Team) that best describes
them. Follow the guidelines below to choose which
registration group to sign up for. If you have questions
about which team to choose, please use the contact us button.
2018 Swim Season Registration is opened. The swim team
fee is $85.00 per swimmer, as well as the need for a parent/s or
guardian/s and the swimmer/s to be full season members of Larchmont
Our Developmental Team
offers an entry level to the competitive team
for 5 year
olds and up. The
children must be able to swim a full lap for the length of 25
meters of the competition while demonstrating some evidence of
style. There is no dive badge requirement for this group.
Coaches are in the water with the children offering both
encouragement and instruction during practices. Swimmers on
the Developmental Team usually swim only at the mini meet for our Developmental
Our Pre-Team includes
children ages 5 years and up who can swim the length of
meter pool using the
basic freestyle swim stroke. For Pre Team- swimmers should be
able to swim a 25 meter lap of freestyle and a 25 meter lap of an
additional stroke. This group needs their LSC dive badge
or be working towards it at the beginning of the season. Our
coaches focus on improving the swimmers endurance over the 25 meter swim, while
introducing the other swim strokes. Swimmers on the Pre-Team
usually swim only at HOME meets. Exceptions are made on an
individual basis and swimmers are notified if they will be swimming
at any AWAY meets. They will also participate in a
mini meet with our Developmental Team.
Our Competition Team
includes children and teenagers, between the ages of 5-18 years old
who can swim 100 meters of continuous freestyle, while displaying
proper breathing techniques.They must also demonstrate a good
understanding and be able to swim the length of
meter pool using each of
the other three sanctioned competitive swimming techniques:
butterfly, backstroke and
breaststroke. This group focuses on improvement in endurance,
speed and stroke mechanics. The Competition team will
participate in 5 dual meets plus the Suburban Swim Association
Championships during the summer season.