River Run Raptors 

 

Raptor 2020 Swim Program

  1. Swim sessions would be offered with a Monday/Wednesday option and a Tues/Thursday option.  Swimmers would only be allowed to sign up for 1 or the other.

  2. Session would begin June 29th, for 5 weeks.  See schedule below.

  3. Cost = $120/1st swimmer, $110 for each additional swimmer in the family.

  4. Swimmers would only be allowed to sign up for 1 session (i.e. Mon/Wed or Tue/Thur)

  5. Following the sign up period, if slots remain swimmers could be signed up for the other session on a first come, first served basis.

 

 
Group:

Time:

Recommended for:

Level 3

(15 swimmer max)

8:00am-9:00am

 

15 min dryland

45 min swim

Ages 11&up, proficient in all strokes, focus on fine tuning technique and building endurance/speed

Level 2

(12 swimmer max)

8:45am-9:30am

 

15min dryland

30 min swim

Ages 8-10, basic knowledge of strokes, focus on developing technique, improving racing skills

Level 1

(12 swimmer max)

9:15-10:00am

 

15 min dryland

30 min swim

5-8, MUST be able to cross pool unassisted, working on learning/improving strokes and racing skills 

 

Other details:

  • All coaches and swimmers must wear masks when entering pool area.

  • Each swimmer would be given a specific place to place their towels, etc and a lane assignment. If siblings are in same practice, they would be put in a lane together if skill level allows

  • Swimmers should wear athletic shoe, bring a towel, caps/goggles, and water bottle.

  • Bathroom access for emergencies only (may not be used for changing before/after)

  • Swimmers should arrive no more than 10 min early, and must leave immediately after practice

  • Parents may wait for swimmers in the grassy area behind the firepit area, please bring own chairs, wear masks when not socially distant or when children are present at beginning/end of practice; no parents on the pool deck at anytime!

 

Group sizes, spaced per USA swimming guidelines:

Level 3 -- up to 15 swimmers.  This would be 3 swimmers per lane.  Swimmers would be assigned a starting position - one mid pool, one at north end, one at south end.  (in level 3 these starting positions would rotate weekly)

 

Level 2 -- up to 12 swimmers.  Swimmers would be assigned a starting position - one at north end, one at south end

 

Level 1 -- up to 12 swimmers.  Swimmers would be assigned a starting position - one at north end, one at south end.