Swimmers of the Month for January 2019

Red Group

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Grace Weeks is "a hard worker and great listener. When it comes to making corrections she tries so hard to fix her swimming so she can get better everyday!"
Thiago Gomez-Liendo is "a strong kid and tries so hard! Loves to race and to fast in his swimming. He is getting much better at slowing down a little and working on his technique a bit more. Keep up the great work!"

Green Group

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Jesus Sanchez "what a talented swimmer. Such potential and he is really trying hard in practice make technique corrections to improve his swimming!
Katherine Luong is a "sweet girl and is trying really hard to make corrections to her strokes qhen needed. She comes to practice all the time and we love to see her always trying her best!"


Gold Group

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Brandon Guida "has improved so much in his swimming and his effort since he joined the club. So happy about his progress and really look forward to seeing him in the swim meets!"
Joslyn Brown "what a wonderful kid and really strong swimmer! She is working really Hard on her consistency in her swimming and I know she will continue to improve!"


The Mullins Park program at the Coral Springs Swim Club serves children ages 6 to 12 in three different groups: the Red, the Green and the Gold. Led by coaches Jessica Nugent Long and Bar Bogoslavsky, young swimmers at Mullins Park get introduced to the swim team experience, begin technique drills and interval training, and participate in their first USA Swimming sanctioned meets. Every month, the coaching team highlights the performance and commitment to improvement of a swimmer from each group. “We want to recognize their hard work, discipline and dedication to the sport,” said Nugent Long.

The Silver Group is an Older Age Group where swimmers join the "big kids" at the City of Coral Springs Aquatic Complex. Emphasis is on stroke development with introduction to interval training. Silver focus on stroke development. In addition, Silver swimmers strive to develop strong starts, turns and finishes. Practices start with 10 minute of stretching and dryland exercises. Children should attend minimum 2 practices per week.

The Swimmer of the Month program is an initiative of the Coral Springs Swim Club to “recognize special traits of commitment and positive work attitude in their young athletes.”

For more information about the Coral Springs Swim Club Age Group Program, click here.

For information about the Learn-to-Swim program provided by Swim America Coral Springs, click here.