USA Swimming 2021-22 Short Course Season, Masters, and HS Conditioning

09/01/2021

Welcome to the Tri-West Swim Club Electronic Registration Platform for our upcoming swim season!  The process is simple. You'll get access to your own private account that will enable you to easily declare for swim meets, sign-up for jobs, see your children's swim time histories, maintain your own contact information, and more.

We look forward to having you join the Tri-West Swim Club and are excited for a great season!

Before continuing with the registration process, please click on this link COVID-19 Waiver and e-sign it (unless you have previously signed it).  Each Participant over the age of 17, and the Legal Guardians of all Participants, must sign this form prior to using any Facilities or participating in any Swim Club activities, including but not limited to any practices, pre-meet, competition or post-meet activities (collectively, the "Activities").

The Tri-West Swim Club is a non-profit organization that develops a planned budget based upon the number of swimmers that register.  The TRIW Board Members and Coaches believe it is crucial for parents and swimmers to be dedicated to developing the swimmers abilities (physically, mentally, and socially).  Therefore, we have implemented a policy that, once signed up, the family is committed to paying the fees through the end of that Season (Short or Long Course).  We understand that extenuating circumstances can occur, such as injury or illness, so please let a Board Member or Coach know if this happens and we will adjust the fees according to the time missed.

For Bruins, Cubs, Gold, and Navy USA Swim Groups Only:

New swimmers must email [email protected] to schedule a coach evaluation before registering.

We will need a copy of your child's birth certificate if this is the first time that s/he has become a member of USA swimming.

SWIM GROUP NAMES & DESCRIPTIONS

Navy (8 and under) - Practices emphasizing fun and technique. This group is designed for those new to the sport. 1‐hour practices.

Gold (9–10­ year­ olds) - Practices emphasizing skills, technique, and fun. This group is for athletes that have a foundation in all 4 strokes and are ready to begin learning advanced skills. 90‐minute practices. Gold Group is split into two subgroups: Gold 1: Gold group swimmers that have Divisional standard times or are preparing for Divisionals. Gold 2: Developmental swimmers. Still need to become proficient in all 4 strokes and swimming skills.

Cubs (11–14­ year ­olds) - Practices emphasizing skills, technique, enjoyment, and achievement in practice and competition. 2 ­hour practices. Cub Group is split into two subgroups: Cub 1: Cub Group swimmers that have Divisional standard times or are preparing for Divisionals. Cub 2: Developmental middle school swimmers. Still need to become proficient in all 4 strokes and swimming skills.

Bruins (14 and over - must be in High School or the Summer before High School). 2­ hour and 15 minute practices.
Practices emphasizing skills, technique, race strategies, and competition achievements. Athletes in this group are focusing on High School swimming performance as well as qualifying and scoring at Championship meets. Bruin athletes are expected to serve as role models and mentors to the younger athletes on the team.