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EXPLORER IV

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 4 years old

Technique/Skills – Front Float, Back Float, Side Breathing, Streamline Rockets

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents will be responsible for athletes arriving on time. 
  • Athletes are expected to be dressed and ready to practice at start time.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Kick using a kickboard freestyle, and begin breaststroke, fly, and kick on back.
  • Breathe to one side during freestyle
  • Swim 25 freestyle without stopping
  • Swim 25 backstroke without stopping

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches. 
  • Use lane etiquette 
  • Respectful of themselves

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Has good listening skills
  • Willingness to learn
  • Has no visible separation anxiety (ie., crying during practice)

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one Streamline Aquatics hosted meet per season.

 

 

EXPLORER III

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 4 years old

Technique/Skills – Front Float, Back Float, Side Breathing, Streamline Rockets

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents will be responsible for athletes arriving on time. 
  • Athletes are expected to be dressed and ready to practice at start time.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Kick using a kickboard freestyle, and begin breaststroke, fly, and kick on back.
  • Breathe to one side during freestyle
  • Swim 25 freestyle without stopping
  • Swim 25 backstroke without stopping

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches.U
  • Use lane etiquette 
  • Respectful of themselves

 

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Has good listening skills
  • Willingness to learn
  • Has no visible separation anxiety (ie., crying during practice)

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one Streamline Aquatics hosted meet per season.

 

 

EXPLORER II

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS 

Age – Minimum Age 6 years old, Maximum Age 12 years old.

Technique/Skills – Rotary Breathing, Good Head Position, Long Strokes with above water arm recovery. Has long smooth kick. Can dive head first. Knows how to do a freestyle and backstroke turn. Body position and roll in the backstroke. Perform the glide phase of breaststroke.

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 3 times per week, and arrive on time. 
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets. 
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Legal 25 of each stroke
  • Good to Great Streamlines
  • Legal 100 IM

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches. 
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials 
  • Use lane etiquette 
  • Respectful of themselves 
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Listens to coach
  • Respectful of others space in practice 
  • Participates in group and team events 
  • Leaves 5 seconds apart

KNOWLEDGE

  • Knows how to count swimming distance sets 
  • Able to circle swim 
  • Pace clock 5 & 10 seconds, and 30 and 60 intervals 
  • Knows how to use the backstroke flags 
  • Demonstrate legal finishes 
  • Understands Safety Rules

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per season
  • Must compete in B and C Championship meets when qualified

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck

 

EXPLORER I

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 6 years old, Maximum Age 12 years old. Or Coaches Discretion

Technique/Skills – Able to do all turns. Able to swim Fly. Able to dive from a starting block. Bi-lateral breathing for a 50 freestyle. 4 fly kicks on fly, free, and back off each wall.

Test Set -  6x100 @ 2:10 SCY 2:15 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 3 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Legal 50 of all 4 strokes for 10 & under  
  • Legal 100 of all 4 strokes for 11 & up 
  • Great Streamlines 
  • Legal 100 IM 
  • Minimum Goal of 1 B time

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches. 
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials 
  • Use lane etiquette 
  • Respectful of themselves 
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Listens to coach
  • Respectful of others space in practice
  • Understands splashing and touching others in inappropriate during practice.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Knows how to count swimming distance sets 
  • Able to circle swim 
  • Pace clock 5 & 10 seconds, and 30 and 60 intervals 
  • Knows how to use the backstroke flags 
  • Demonstrate legal finishes 
  • Understands Safety Rules 
  • Understands how to Build up a set 
  • Understands how to descend a set 
  • Sets practice goals

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in two USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per season
  • Must compete in B and C Championship meets when qualified.  

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates 
  • Helps pick up pool deck

 

DREAM TEAM II

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 8 years old, Maximum Age 10 years old. Or Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 BB Times required

Technique/Skills – Able to swim legal 50 of all 4 strokes. Legal turns & finishes. Breaststroke pullouts. 6 fly kicks on fly, free off walls. Streamline on side of body and initiate bottom hand scull. 8 fly kicks on back off walls. Bi-lateral breathing for a 100. Breath control on starts. No breathing off turns.

Test Set - 9x100 (3x100 @ 1:55/2:00 3x100 @ 1:50/1:55 3x100 @ 1:45/1:50 SCY/SCM) 

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 4 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons
 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Legal 50 of all 4 strokes for 10 & under 
  • Legal 100 of all 4 strokes for 11 & up 
  • Great Streamlines 
  • Must have IMX Scores 
  • Minimum Goal of 4 BB times

 

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers,   parents, and coaches. 
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials 
  • Make friends with swimmers from  other teams 
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior 
  • Respectful of members of other teams 
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach 
  • Listens to coach 
  • Respectful of others space in practice 
  • Leads their lanes weekly 
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.
  • Understands splashing and touching others in inappropriate during practice.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength 
  • Pace Clock and Interval training 
  • Learn positive mental attitude 
  • Knows their best times 
  • Knows time standards 
  • Understands splits 
  • Distance per stroke 
  • Set season goals 
  • Understands Safety Rules 
  • Understands how to Build up a set 
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per month. 
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets 
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning 
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets 
  • Wears team t shirts 
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck 
  • Has a favorite Olympian in his or her best events
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics

 

DREAM TEAM I

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS  

Age – Minimum Age 10 years old, Maximum Age 13 years old. Or Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 BB Times required

Technique/Skills – Legal 100 of each stroke. Advanced turns. Advanced Starts. 8 fly kicks on fly and free off each wall. 12 fly kicks on backstroke. Understands breath control on starts and turns and for specific races. Bi-lateral breathing for 500 free.

Test set- 10x100 @ 1:35 SCY 1:40 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 5 or 6 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.
  • Athletes should avoid procrastinating and plan ahead.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • 10 & up legal 100 of all 4 strokes, and 500 free 
  • 11 & up legal 100 of all 4 strokes, 500 free, 800 free, 1000 free, 1650, 400 IM
  • Must have IMX Scores 
  • Minimum Goal of 4 A times, and qualifying for TAGS

 

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches. 
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials 
  • Make friends with swimmers from other teams 
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior 
  • Respectful of members of other teams
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Understands and takes responsibility for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Understands race strategy and proper race prep and warm down
  • Learn positive mental attitude
  • Learn visualization/relaxation 
  • Knows their best times 
  • Knows time standards
  • Understands splits 
  • Distance per stroke
  • Set season goals
  •  Advanced stroke drills
  • Understands Safety Rules
  • Understands how to Build up a set
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per month.
  • Competes in all Team Hosted meets
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets
  •  Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep
  • Stays hydrated, warm and rested at meets
  • Watches other swimmers and events
  • Shows up to stretch for 5 minutes prior to warm up

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck
  • Has a favorite Olympian in his or her best events
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics

 

 

INSPIRED GROUP

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 13 years old, Maximum Age 18 years old. Or Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 B Times required

Technique/Skills – Legal 100 of each stroke. Legal 200 IM.

Test set- 10x100 @ 1:45 SCY 1:50 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 4 or 5 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.
  • Athletes should avoid procrastinating and plan ahead.

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Training for IMX Scores
  • Minimum Goal of reaching A time standards
  • Focused on improving all training aspects of each individual in an effort to advance to the next training group.

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches.
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials
  • Make friends with swimmers from other teams
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior
  • Respectful of members of other teams
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Understands and takes responsibility  for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Understands race strategy and proper race prep and warm down
  • Learn positive mental attitude
  • Knows their best times
  • Knows time standards
  • Understands splits
  • Distance per stroke
  • Understands Safety Rules
  • Understands how to Build up a set
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per season.
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck

 

 

PERFORMANCE II

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 13 years old, Maximum Age Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 AA Times required

Technique/Skills – Legal 100 of each stroke. Advanced turns. Advanced Starts. 8 fly kicks on fly and free off each wall. 12 fly kicks on backstroke. Understands breath control on starts and turns and for specific races. Bi-lateral breathing for 500 free.

Test set- 10x100 @ 1:25 SCY 1:30 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 5 or 6 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.
  • Athletes should avoid procrastinating and plan ahead.

 

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Must have IMX Scores
  • Minimum Goal of 4 AA times, and qualifying for TAGS, SECTIONALS and Futures
  • Focus on high performance in the 200 of strokes

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches.
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials
  • Make friends with swimmers from other teams
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior
  • Respectful of members of other teams
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach 
  • Understands and takes responsibility for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Understands race strategy and proper race prep and warm down
  • Learn positive mental attitude 
  • Learn visualization/relaxation
  • Knows their best times
  • Knows time standards
  • Understands splits
  • Distance per stroke
  • Set season goals
  • Advanced stroke drills
  • Understands Safety Rules
  • Understands how to Build up a set
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • -Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per month.
  • Competes in all Team Hosted meets
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep
  • Stays hydrated, warm and rested at meets
  •  Watches other swimmers and events
  • Shows up to stretch for 5 minutes prior to warm up

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck
  • Has a favorite Olympian in his or her best events
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics

 

 

PERFORMANCE I

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 15 years old, Maximum Age Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 AA Times required

Technique/Skills – Legal 100 of each stroke. Advanced turns. Advanced Starts. 8 fly kicks on fly and free off each wall. 12 fly kicks on backstroke. Understands breath control on starts and turns and for specific races. Bi-lateral breathing for 500 free.

Test set- 10x100 @ 1:20 SCY 1:25 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 5 or 6 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.
  • Athletes should avoid procrastinating and plan ahead.

 

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Must have IMX Scores
  • Minimum Goal of 4 AA times, and qualifying for  Sectionals, and Futures
  • Focus on high performance in the 200 of strokes.
  • Focus on moving to HIGH PERFORMANCE GROUP

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches.
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials
  • Make friends with swimmers from other teams 
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior
  • Respectful of members of other Teams
  • Encourage teammates

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Understands and takes responsibility for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Understands race strategy and proper race prep and warm down
  • Learn positive mental attitude
  • Learn visualization/relaxation
  • Knows their best times
  • Knows time standards
  • Understands splits
  • Distance per stroke
  • Set season goals
  • Advanced stroke drills
  • Understands Safety Rules
  • Understands how to Build up a set
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per month.
  • Competes in all Team Hosted meets
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep
  • Stays hydrated, warm and rested at meets
  • Watches other swimmers and events
  • Shows up to stretch for 5 minutes prior to warm up

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Wears team t shirts
  • Cheers with and for teammates
  • Helps pick up pool deck
  • Has a favorite Olympian in his or her best events
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics

 

 

HIGH PERFORMANCE

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age FRESHMAN , Maximum Age Coaches Discretion

Cuts – Minimum of 2 Sectional Cuts required

Technique/Skills – Legal 200 of each stroke and the 400 IM. Understands relationship between Distance per stroke, Stroke Rate, and Swimming Speed. Understands Ascend, Descend, DPS, Negative Splitting, and Pacing. Can maintain stroke rate and times in training sets.

Test set- 10x100 1:15 SCY 1:20 SCM

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Parents should commit to bring their children 5 or 6 times per week, and arrive on time.
  • Athletes should arrive 15 minutes before warm-up for meets.
  • Inform coach of practice absence and reasons.
  • Athletes should avoid procrastinating and plan ahead.

 

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • Must have IMX Scores
  • Minimum Goal of 4 AAA times, and qualifying for Sectionals, Futures, Jr Nationals, Sr. Nationals, and Olympic Trials.
  • Must have IMX Score
  • Focus on high performance in the 200 of strokes

 

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Respectful of other swimmers, parents, and coaches.
  • Respectful of all swim meet officials
  • Make friends with swimmers from other teams
  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior
  • Respectful of members of other teams
  • Encourage teammates
  • Understands role as a Role Model to younger athletes on the team.

 

 

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Swimmer is NOT influenced by negative things.
  • Respects team, themselves, coaches, teammates, and the Facility.
  • Understands and takes responsibility for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Understands race strategy and proper race prep and warm down
  • Learn positive mental attitude
  • Sets short term and long term goals
  • Learn visualization/relaxation
  • Knows their best times
  • Understands relationship between personal commitment level and results.
  • Can explain aerobic and anaerobic training.
  • Understands their season plan
  • Knows time standards
  • Understands splits
  • Distance per stroke
  • Set season goals
  • Advanced stroke drills
  • Understands Safety Rules
  • Understands how to Build up a set
  • Understands how to descend a set

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in one USA Sanctioned Swim Meet per month.
  • Competes in all Team Hosted meets
  • Must compete in appropriate Championship meets
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep
  • Stays hydrated, warm and rested at meets
  • Watches other swimmers and events
  • Shows up to stretch for 5 minutes prior to warm up

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Helps pick up pool deck
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics
  • Promotes the sport to others

 

ELITE PREFORMANCE

 

 

 

GROUP REQUIREMENTS

Age – Minimum Age 18, Maximum Age Coaches Discretion

Technique/Skills – Demonstrates an Elite level of skills in regards to starts, turns, race strategy, and strength training.

TIME MANAGEMENT

  • Athlete is 100% responsible for practice attendance and commitment

 

TRAINING FOCUS

  • To maximize the genetic ability of each athlete in an effort to score at the highest meets in the USA.

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT/ SPORTSMANSHIP/ SPIRIT

  • Demonstrates proper meet behavior
  • Respectful of members of other teams
  • Encourage teammates
  • Understands role as a Role Model to younger athletes on the team.
  • Does not waste time.

 

SOCIAL SKILLS

  • Communicates with coach
  • Respects team, themselves, coaches, teammates, and the Facility.
  • Understands and takes responsibility for attendance, practice habits, meet performance and understands how those three things relate to meet performance.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.
  • Accepts criticism from coach and understands the coach is working on their skills and not criticizing the athlete.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Understands flexibility and core body strength
  • Has resistance training experience and can function in all aspects of Dryland Training.
  • Makes all travel arrangements for themselves and understands they are responsible.
  • Sets short term and long term goals
  • Learn visualization/relaxation
  • Understands relationship between personal commitment level and results.

 

COMPETITION

  • Must compete in every USA Swim Meet the coach requires.
  • Competes in all Team Hosted meets
  • Athlete/coach communication and planning
  • Talks with coaches before and after swims
  • Completes proper warm-up and warm-down
  • Demonstrates proper meet prep
  • Stays hydrated, warm and rested at meets
  • Watches other swimmers and events
  •  Shows up to stretch for 5 minutes prior to warm up

 

TEAM COMMITMENT

  • Wears team suit and cap at meets
  • Helps pick up pool deck
  • Knows history of Streamline Aquatics
  • Promotes the sport to others.