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Pre Swim Team JCCNS Lil' Lochs (Formally Jellies)

 

Swimmers are invited to train and compete in this fun Pre Swim team, for ages 5-7. Swimmers will have tons of fun improving their technique and preparing for the Sea Serpents. We will compete in fun local dual meets throughout the season.

 

Swimmers must be able to jump into the pool and swim one full length of Freestyle with rotary breathing and one full length Backstroke or be at a Shark level of higher.

 

Olympic Way

An  Adaptive  swim  team  for  swimmers  ages  8  and  up.  Join  the  JCCNS  as  we  embark  on  our  first  ever  modified/accommodated  competitive swim team.  Children  with  physical  challenges  and  Neuro-Diverse  abilities  will  proudly  represent  our  JCCNS  with  this  newly  formed  swim  team  as  we  compete  alongside  the  Sea  Serpents  and  JCCNS  Jellies  at  home  and  in  Special  Olympic  competitions  around  New  England.  Have  fun  and  build  self-esteem  while  participating  in  this  positive  inclusive  environment.  Coached  by  Brandon  O’Donnell  our  Swim  Lesson  Manager  and  Adaptive  Special  Needs  Programmer.  Participants must be JCC member.  Contact him at 781-476-9912  or bodonnell@jccns.com for more information.

 

An  Adaptive  swim  team  for  swimmers  ages  8  and 

up.  Join  the  JCCNS  as  we  embark  on  our  fi  rst 

ever  modifi  ed/accommodated  competitive  swim 

team.  Children  with  physical  challenges  and 

Neuro-Diverse  abilities  will  proudly  represent 

our  JCCNS  with  this  newly  formed  swim  team 

as  we  compete  alongside  the  Sea  Serpents  and 

JCCNS  Jellies  at  home  and  in  Special  Olympic 

competitions  around  New  England.  Have  fun 

and  build  self-esteem  while  participating  in  this 

positive  inclusive  environment.  Coached  by 

Brandon  O’Donnell  our  Swim  Lesson  Manager 

and  Adaptive  Special  Needs  Programmer. 

Participants  must  be  JCC  member.  Contact  him 

at  781-476-9912  or bodonnell@jccns.com for 

An  Adaptive  swim  team  for  swimmers  ages  8  and 

up.  Join  the  JCCNS  as  we  embark  on  our  fi  rst 

ever  modifi  ed/accommodated  competitive  swim 

team.  Children  with  physical  challenges  and 

Neuro-Diverse  abilities  will  proudly  represent 

our  JCCNS  with  this  newly  formed  swim  team 

as  we  compete  alongside  the  Sea  Serpents  and 

JCCNS  Jellies  at  home  and  in  Special  Olympic 

competitions  around  New  England.  Have  fun 

and  build  self-esteem  while  participating  in  this 

positive  inclusive  environment.  Coached  by 

Brandon  O’Donnell  our  Swim  Lesson  Manager 

and  Adaptive  Special  Needs  Programmer. 

Participants  must  be  JCC  member.  Contact  him 

at  781-476-9912  or bodonnell@jccns.com for 

Juniors

Juniors is a fun introduction to the world of competitive swimming for our youngest swimmers, primarily ages 9 and under. Juniors concentrate on the fundamentals, inspiring a love for swimming, rules & regulations, technique and stroke development with the goal of completing a legal 100 Individual Medley. Juniors train 2 days a week and have the opportunity to compete in dual meets throughout the year.

Juniors Requires the ability to complete four lengths of the pool Freestyle with rotary breathing, demonstrated basic knowledge of Backstroke, Breaststroke and a Dolphin Kick. Strokes do not need to be legal.

 

USA C

USA C is our second level of our program primarily for swimmers ages 8-11 years old. USA C swimmers focus on developing stroke techniques by using stroke drill progressions, gaining aerobic capacity through Kicking, and demonstrating sportsmanship and teamwork. USA C swimmers train 3 days a week and participate in USA swim meets and dual meets throughout the year.

USA C requires the ability to complete a legal 100 Individual Medley and 200 Freestyle.

 

USA B

USA B is our intermediate level primarily for swimmers ages 10-13. Swimmers in this level continue to work on stroke development with a special focus on starts and turns, and increasing aerobic development through a progressive increase in yardage and intensity. USA B swimmers are challenged to transfer their technical developments into competition. Goals include developing and executing racing strategy, demonstrating sportsmanship and teamwork, and increased practice skills. Dryland is introduced at this level focusing on injury prevention and basic athleticism. Swimmers train 3-4 days a week and participate in USA swim meets and dual meets throughout the year.

USA B requires sound technique, work ethic and the ability to swim 200 yards Freestyle in less than three minutes, 200 Individual Medley in less than three minutes thirty seconds and to complete 6x100 FR on 1:50. Minimum age of 9.

 

USA A

USA A is the final phase of our Age Group program primarily for swimmers ages 12-15. Continued focus on stroke refinement with an increase in commitment and progressive endurance training. High attendance levels are expected to ensure advancement to the next level. Goal setting and attaining high levels of competition are strongly encouraged at this level. Swimmers are required to train a minimum of four times a week to maintain group membership, and are required to participate in the highest-level USA championship meet in which they qualify. Swimmers attend dryland and Yoga focused on injury prevention, flexibility and body weight strength training.

USA A requires a dedication to the sport, exceptional technique and the ability to swim 500 yards Freestyle in less than seven minutes, 200 Individual Medley in less than three minutes and to complete 6x100 FR on 1:30. Minimum age of 11.

 

USA Senior

With a focus on bringing the benefits of technical emphasis and a progressive workload together, USA Senior has an increased expectation in the areas of commitment, training capacity and leadership for swimmers primarily ages 14+. Swimmers participate in a progressive dryland program focused on strength training and injury prevention. Swimmers are required to practice a minimum of five days a week to maintain group membership and are required to participate in the highest-level USA Championship meet in which they qualify for.

USA Senior requires a dedication to the sport, a year round commitment to training, exceptional qualities as a team role model and leader, 200 Individual Medley in less than 2 minutes and 40 seconds and complete 6x200 FR on 2:40. Minimum age of 13.