San Ramon Aquacats Swim Team

San Ramon Aquacats Pre-Season Spring Clinics 

March 7, 2022 - April 1, 2022

**No practice on March 17 due to DVHS Swim meet**

We encourage Aquacats Swimmers to participate in Spring Clinics to review critical technical skills needed for a successful swim season.  Space is limited to provide swimmers with a smaller Coach to Swimmer ratio during Spring Clinics.  To accommodate swimmers participating in other sports and activities, we are offering 20 day and 12 day scheduling options this season. Please note that it is your choice to choose which days/clinics you would like to attend. The clinics will focus on different aspects of each stroke on each day and so it is most beneficial to the swimmer to attend all days of a specific stroke clinic. Please note the different schedules for all swimmers.  Restricted to swimmers registered for the 2022 SRAC Swim Team only.


Location: Dougherty Valley Aquatic Center (DVAC)

Practice Schedule:

5:30pm - 6:15pm     8 and Under

6:15pm - 7:00pm     9 - 12

7:00pm - 7:45pm    13 and Up

**No practice on March 17 due to DVHS Swim meet**


Equipment List

All age groups:
Practice jammers or girls one piece technical swim suit (speedo, TYR, arena, dolphin, etc)
Kick board (regular kick board)
Bucket from Home Depot (optional to hold your wet items)
11 & up will also need:
Speedo bullet head training snorkel
13 & up will also need:
Speedo bullet head training snorkel

Online refund requests for registration fees, minus a $50 administrative fee, are available through 03/06/2022.  NO REFUNDS WILL BE GRANTED AFTER 03/06/2022. Credit card processing fees are non-refundable.

Swimmers need to comply with the following VSA eligibility rule.

"Participation in various swim specific clinics and lesson programs open to the public will not jeopardize eligibility provided the total hours of participation does not exceed 15 hours of in-water training between December 31st and the second Monday in April.  These must be stroke and turn style clinics that focus on mechanical and technical functions specific to swimming and cannot be in-water conditioning programs designed to improve endurance and aerobic and/or anaerobic capacity.  (See Contra Costa County Clinic Guidelines for distinction.)  VSA does not restrict out of water fitness training."