October 6, 2019
CE Aquatics Weekly Newsletter
Week of 10/7/19
- Normal Practice Schedule M-F at Euclid and US.
- There will be NO practice at JCU this Thu (Oct 10) and Fri (Oct 11)
- There will NOT be practice Saturday; all hands on deck in Canton!
The following meets are posted, and entires are open:
- Nov 17: TCAT Fall Breakout - Great meet for first timers, trying new events, and getting some times on your developing strokes! The enter the meet, swimmers must have a time that is slower than the listed qualifying times. Entries Due: October 20th
Congrats to Team CE on your win over the Geauga Otters! And thanks to all who helped out to put on a great meet! Our guests had great things to say, the kids had fun, and we had some great swimming! Special shout out to Jonathan Kyles, who achieved his first ever NAG time in the 50 Free while racing big kids in the Open event (due to error on Coach Steve's part!), way to go Jonathan!
The full result scan be found on the website under the "Meets" Tab.
IMR/IMX / NAG Times / Tracking
We will track our IMR/IMX progress all year; we encourage all of our athleted to go after the IMX. We strive to develop not only well rounded swimmers, but swimmers are are equipped (physically AND mentally) to take on a challenge! We will also track all of the NAG Times (National Age Group Motivational Times) achieved this season. Setting your sights on the next NAG time is a great way to set a goal and keep your eye on your next step! Additionally, we already have quite a few qualifiers for the LESI district championship meet at the end of the season! Another great goal to go after.
All of these trackers can be found under the "Achievement" Tab
It's finally time. All swimmers in Coach Steve's Advanced group should be prepared to share their goals this Monday at practice (standards AND specific times). Most of the time standards can be found on the "Resources" tab of the website. High School qulaifying times and results can be found on the LESI website here.
Cangratulations to Savannah Hirsch, who is advancing to the Pre-Senior group at Euclid! Savannah has not only demonstrated the necessary achievement in the pool, but has shown a greater committment and focus to her training this year, willing to take on a challenge daily. The effects of that were on display at our meet this weekend. Congrats Savannah!