160 Woodlawn Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10704

The Condors are very proud to have expanded our competitive swimming team into the Mark Twain Pool in Yonkers, where we cater to an increasingly large number of families in the surrounding area.

Our merger with the Yonkers Parks & Recreation Tsunami team has been a continued success, providing swimmers from both teams many experiences that they otherwise would not have had the opportunity to pursue.  It is this duality, participating in the Westchester Fairfield Swim League dual and championship meets as well as USA competitions, that makes the Yonkers location so unique.

Through this dual meet structure, where we go head-to-head with other local teams in the Metropolitan area, our swimmers are able to show their true Condors Swimming pride.  From the countless hard-fought individual victories, to the various relay teams coming together for team points, to the deafening cheers throughout each and every race, the WFSL is such an exciting way for all of our swimmers to bond together as they improve and achieve in the pool.

While we have embraced and furthered our Yonkers pride in the WFSL, it has been our increased involvement in USA Swimming that has helped catapult our swimmers to higher levels.  As one of three Condors locations, we have been able to take our Yonkers group into top quality USA meets and compete alongside our extended Condors family to become one of the top programs in the Metropolitan area.  Through this experience, we have had many successful age group and high school swimmers as well as those who continue to be successful through college and beyond.

There is absolutely no better time to get your feet wet and jump in with the rest of the team in Yonkers. If you have any questions or would like to set up a tryout, please e-mail Head Coach Jon Hulbert at


This is the top level of Condors practice groups for swimmers ages 13 & Over who have proven to be the most dedicated athletes.  Training will be at an elite level with a year-round plan to achieve at the highest levels of the sport.  Training will also become more specified to help swimmers accomplish their goals at the Sectional, National and International levels.  Swimmers are challenged every day to become the best possible athletes.  Senior swimmers must possess the commitment, motivation and ability to excel in the sport of swimming.  To be eligible, swimmers must have previously achieved a Senior Mets Championship standard within the past season.  Swimmers must be able to balance their commitments to school and the club before considering taking part of this group.  See commitment requirements below:

Practice Requirements:  All practices, including dryland workouts.

Meet Requirements:  One meet per month with a focus on Senior Mets, Junior Nationals and beyond.



Gold group is for 11-12 year olds and any 9-10 year olds who have Junior Olympic cuts.  With increased practice time, the Gold group will begin to introduce higher levels of training and more challenging swim sets.  Goal setting will begin with stroke refinement as well as improving upon technique, then advance to practice goals such as interval training and target numbers for descending sets, to finally using the work put in to establish realistic and attainable goals for competitions.  Throughout the season in Gold, swimmers will be asked to submit self-evaluations as well as receive coaches evaluations periodically.  Our aim is to have swimmers become more focused and more mature in their approach to the sport and their role within the group.  The harder we work together, the more all of us will succeed.  Swimmers in the Gold group must have at least 2 years of competitive swimming and be fully legal in all four strokes, have strong starts and turns and be able to repeat swims with very little rest in between.

Main Sets:  10 x 100 Free @ 1:30-1:40, 10 x 100 IM @ 1:45-2:00, 5 x 200 Stroke @ 3:30-3:45, 10 x 50 Free Kick @ 1:00.

Practice Requirements:  An average of 4-5 out of 6 practices per week.

Meet Requirements:  At least 1 meet per month, with a focus on Junior Olympic and Zone Qualifier time standards.



At our Silver level, swimmers ages 8-11 will take all of the proper technique and stroke efficiency they have acquired and start to really correlate how to turn it into faster swimming.  Still in need of constant reinforcement on stroke refinement, the group will be taught various drills in order for them to remain focused on their swimming as well as to build strength.  Silver swimmers will be held responsible for tracking their own times, not only at meets but at practices as well.  The coaches will introduce goal setting to the group and utilize practice goals to build ever-increasing meet expectations.  Practices will steadily increase throughout the season in terms of the amount of yardage done each night as well as how fast the sets are done.  Swimmers moving to the Silver group must be able to swim all four strokes legally and be able to dive off of the blocks, as well as perform both freestyle and backstroke flip turns.

Main Sets:  8 x 100 Free @ 2:00, 10 x 50 Stroke @ 1:00-1:15, 5 x 100 IM @ 2:45, 10 x 50 Free Kick @1:10.

Practice Requirements:  An average of 4-5 out of 6 practices per week.

Meet Requirements:  At least 1 meet per month, with the focus on Silver, Junior Olympic and Zone Qualifier time standards.



The first Condors age group level is Bronze group.  Here, swimmers ages 7-10 will take the basic fundamentals of swimming and start utilizing them during training as well as competitions.  Practice sessions will still focus heavily on stroke development and building more efficient mechanics in the water, but as the season progresses more training sets and aerobic conditioning will be implemented.  During their time in Bronze, swimmers will perfect their breathing and body positioning in all four strokes, correct their timing in breaststroke and butterfly, explode off of the blocks in their dives as well as into and out of the walls in their turns.  Throughout the season the Bronze group will also learn how to use the clock to enhance their training, as well as how to truly prepare during practice for the competitions.  Swimmers coming to Bronze must be able to swim multiple laps of freestyle and backstroke as well as have a full grasp, legal or not, of how to swim both breaststroke and butterfly.

Main Sets:  5 x 100 Free @ 2:30, 5 x 100 IM @ 3:30, 10 x 50 Free Kick @ 1:20.

Practice Requirements:  An average of 3 out of 4 practices per week.

Meet Requirements:  An average of 1 meet per month, or at least 5 meets during the short course season.



This is the entry-level developmental group with a focus on fun and camaraderie through swimming.  The primary objective is to learn the skills involved in swimming all four strokes, as well as the core elements of body control, feel for the water and stable movement patterns, by breaking down skills into a sequence of learning components.  Volume is secondary to instruction.

Practice Requirements:  No set attendance.  Three practices are offered each week.  The more they attend, the better they will become.

Meet Requirements:  Swimmers are encouraged to join us at competitions scheduled approximately once each month throughout the season.  However, competitions are not mandatory at this age and level.