Entry level group, introduced to all of the competitive strokes with an emphasis on kicking and body position. Generally, ages 6 - 9. Practices 45 minutes, two days a week.
Older beginner swimmers who would feel uncomfortable in the younger group, and younger swimmers advanced from the White group. More complex drills and technique emphasis in all four strokes, while continuing to improve kicking and timing of all phases of each stroke. Generally, ages 8-12. Practices 45 minutes two days a week
Intermediate swimmers who demonstrate skills in all four competitive strokes and who have the ability to complete multiple lengths comfortably. They are introduced to a more challenging regimen of instruction and training. Generally, ages 9-13. Practice 1 - 1 1/2 hrs., 3 times a week.
Advanced swimmers with prior experience, many of whom are currently on school teams or are competing on a regular basis. More refined and repetitive drills and technique work are incorporated into longer-yardage sets and challenging swims. Other supplemental exercises are introduced as a training tool. Generally, ages 11 through high school. Practice 1 - 1 1/2 hrs., 3 times a week.