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Volunteer of the Meet Thank you, Laura Duve!

June 9th volunteer of the meet is also (!!!) Laura Duve. Laura Duve again, the woman can do it all. She was an amazing help in a chaotic heating area. Also all 8 of the parents that stepped up as last minute timers. We really appreciate you!! 

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Welcome to the 2021 Season

Enjoy a fun, recreational swim team experience this summer.  Improve all 4 competitive strokes. Check out our schedule for the season. Meets will be virtually and in-person! Virtual meets will be smaller inter-squad sessions at the time of our choice; enabling qualifying times for races and virtual comparison to another team.

NEW! Updated New Family Guide 2021 is ready for all your questions.

A virtual parent meeting was held April 8th at 6:30pm on Zoom. Link to Recorded Parent Meeting Information Night

Minimum age 7.

All new swimmers regardless of age joining the team must complete an assessment or provide a time achieved at a swim meet for the 25 yard or 50 yard free.

Registration opened on April 12th at 8am.  

STEP 1: Register online at: https://www.ssprd.org/

$175 for SSPRD residents/$230 non-residents

Click on the link below and scroll to the bottom of Aquatics registration. Find "Summer Swim Team" under Swim Teams and Conditioning and click the appropriate session for your child's age group. Please note that there are age group limitations for the 2021 season.

STEP 2: A secondary registration for Wahoos Booster will open on the same day on this site. the "Register" button will appear in the top right corner.  This cost is $35/swimmer and $30/family. This is a requirement to join the team, but the SSPRD registration is essential to joining the team. Their roster is the one we will refer to when capping registration, so please register with SSPRD FIRST, then register for the Wahoos Booster. 

STEP 3 (if applicable): Swim assessments are currently scheduled for April 24 at 11am. Lone Tree Rec Center, lap lanes, ask for Ryan Cook. NEW swimmers will need to attend one of the two swim assessments and be able to complete 25 yds unassisted (either by the side of the pool, the lane ropes, or a human).

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