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2021 Spring Stroke and Turn

2021 Spring Stroke and Turn

With the new COVID-19 regulations for gatherings, we are taking enhanced health and safety measures, including limiting the number of participants to 45 swimmers max.

The 2021 Spring Stroke and Turn Clinic is a 7-week, 1-hour session open to all swimmers who can swim the length of the pool unassisted.

Cost for this 7-session clinic is $60.

Where: We swim at Central Park Aquatics Center, 10371 Central Park Drive, Manassas, VA 20110.

When: We meet from 1 pm to 2 pm Sundays on these dates:

April: 11, 18, 25

May: 2, 9, 16, 23

What Is Stroke and Turn

These weekly 1-hour sessions are designed for swimmers who wish to improve their ability to swim the four competitive strokes, learn correct starts and turns, gain strength, build on their skills from summer swim, and just have fun!

COVID-19 Processes

We are taking enhanced health and safety measures, including:

All attendees (athletes, coaches, volunteers, officials, etc.) must wear masks to enter the facility and at all times when inside the facility, with the exception of athletes when swimming.

Masks should completely cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of face without gaps.

Athletes must arrive and depart in their suits. Locker room use will be for emergencies only and no showering or changing will be allowed.

All attendees should bring a filled, reusable water bottle.

Face masks should remain dry; therefore, all athletes should bring multiple masks. Each athlete should bring a small, plastic zipper bag (Ziplock or similar) clearly labeled with their name to place each mask in while the athlete is in the water.

All attendees shall maintain a minimum of six (6) feet distance from all other participants whenever possible.

Only swimmers, coaches, meet volunteers, and officials will be permitted on the pool deck.

Entry for all participants will be through the main pool entrance. Exit will be through the Bistro doors or out any pool door exit.

Swimmers must follow all directions as posted and adhere to all official directions. Any attendee failing or refusing to comply with any of these protocols will be prohibited from entering the facility and/or asked to leave the facility.

Spectators will not be permitted into the facility.  Before signing up your young swimmer, please consider that they can manage themselves with just their swim coach overseeing them. Including being able to visit the bathroom independently.

Before entering the facility participants, coaches and volunteers are required to be able to answer the following questions with ‘No’:

  1. Do you feel any of the symptoms that fall under the Covid-19 (fever over 100.4, cough, shortness of breath, etc.)? The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are:

  •     Fever

  •     Cough

  •     Headaches

  •     Fatigue

  •     Muscle or body aches

  •     Loss of taste or smell

  •     Sore throat

  •     Nausea

  •     Diarrhea

  1. Has anyone in your family been sick or diagnosed with Covid-19?

  1. Has someone you’ve been in contact with been diagnosed with Covid-19 or been in contact with someone who has?