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Tom Yetter

We are excited to announce a new feature available to T2 Aquatics swimmers and parents. Our members will now have access to USA Swimming’s Deck Pass platform directly on our website. Look for the Deck Pass preview module on the homepage and simply click the Deck Pass logo to reach the full Deck Pass experience from the side naviation menu. To enjoy most of the features below, you will need to first connect to your and/or your children’s USA Swimming account once you are signed into your account on our...

Next scheduled Evaluations for T2 Aquatics at the Norris Pool will be: Wednesday January 22nd 6:00 PM (Please email Tom Yetter to sign up for evaluation on this day tom@t2aquatics.com) Note: Please check back for any possible updates. Who: For athletes who are 6 and older that can swim 25 yards Freestyle breathing to the side and 25 yards Backstroke and are interested joining the T2 Aquatics Team! T2 Aquatics is a year - round program that for athletes ages 6-18 who want to improve their confidence, skills and speed...

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T2’s Mason Laur & Coach Eric Nelson Attend USA Swimming National Select Camp Congratulations to Mason Laur for making the 2019 USA Swimming National Select Camp. The camp was Oct 24-27 at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. Mason and Coach Eric were able to learn from the USA Swimming staff on all things swimming: strategy, recovery, nutrition and more while training with the entire camp both in and out of the water. Congratulations! More information about the National Select Camp and the Selection Process: LINK

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USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Protection Policy (MAAPP): All T2 Families need to review and sign the new MAAPP Policies. Please click this link to read and agree to the policy. You must be signed in to officially agree to the document. You will need to verify “billing information” but the charge is $0. MAAPP Agreement Link

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Congratulations to T2 Aquatics' Carinn Bethea on being named Naples Daily News Athlete of the Week! Naples Daily News: Athlete of the Week: Carinn Bethea, Gulf Coast swimming Gulf Coast High School swimmer Carinn Bethea has been voted the Naples Daily News Athlete of the Week for Oct. 7-12. Bethea helped the Shark girls win the Collier County Athletic Conference championship by winning four races - the 100 and 200 freestyles, the 200 medley relay and the 200 freestyle relay. She earned 5,844 of the 12,670 votes (46.1 percent) i...

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NEW COMMIT: Indiana University – Purdue University at Indianapolis has received a new verbal commitment for the 2020-21 season from Zoe Hendrickx of Naples, Fla. Primarily an IMer, Hendrickx does her club swimming with T2 Aquatics and recently placed 15th in the 200m IM at Greensboro Futures after earning six best times at Gainesville Sectionals this past summer. She finished fourth in the 400 IM and fifth in the 200 IM at the Florida Spring Championships in February. Also competing for Barron Collier High School, she finished 11th in both...

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Barron Collier junior has sights set on Olympic Trials Even though the 17-year-old is swimming for a spot in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Laur isn’t thinking that far ahead, just yet. NAPLES, Fla. - Mason Laur couldn’t believe it. Laur's T2 Aquatics coach, Eric Nelson, couldn't believe it, either. "I was definitely excited. I gave myself a little fist bump," Laur said. “It was one of the most exciting moments I’ve been a part of as a coach," Nelson said. Over the summer, Laur competed in the USA Swimming junior...

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2018-2019 USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team Congratulations to T2 Athletes Brooke Boling, Rachel Moran, Andrew Garner, Mason Laur, Nick Fox and Matt Molloy for making the 2018-2019 USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team! Athletes must maintain a 3.5 GPA in school as well as meet the 2018 USA Swimming Winter Junior National Time Standards in the pool. You can see the full USA Swimming Scholastic All-American team and breakdown here: LINK

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Alexander Martin and Andrew Sodergren, Naples Daily NewsPublished 10:00 a.m. ET Sept. 5, 2019 Barron Collier junior Mason Laur hasn’t competed in many national swimming events, but he certainly made his impression felt at the Junior Nationals on the campus of Stanford University. Competing in the 200-yard butterfly, Laur posted the top time in both the preliminary and final round in qualifying for the U.S. Olympic Trials, to be held in Omaha, Nebraska in June. Laur recorded a time of 1:59.25, easily eclipsing the qualifying time of 2:01.19. Barron Collier...

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Congratulations to T2 Aquatics' Havana Layton on being named Naples Daily News Athlete of the Week! Naples Daily News: Athlete of the Week: Havana Layton, Naples swimming Layton, a freshman swimmer for the Golden Eagles, won all her events in her first high school meet and is the Athlete of the Week for Aug. 26-31, 2019 Naples High School swimmer Havana Layton has been voted the Naples Daily News Athlete of the Week winner for Aug. 26-31. Layton, a freshman, won her individual races and her relays in Naples' season-opening...