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Please welcome Kimi Davidson to the SwimMAC family!
Kimi began her new role as our lead South Orange Coach April 21st. She came to us from Mount Pleasant Swim Club, where she has been the head age group coach since August 2011.
Forty four SwimMAC athletes from our senior division volunteered at the NC Special Olympics Aquatic Qualifier held at HFFA in Huntersville April 5th. We had a blast! Swimming is OUR sport! What better way to give back to the sport that we all love so much than to support our community like this! Some of us worked all day, some worked a morning shift and some worked the afternoon shift. We had 180 athletes competing from 11 teams.
Hosting a Grand Prix Athlete.
These are terrific kids who swim, eat and sleep. They are also great role models for our SwimMAC swimmers, these collegiate swimmers are wonderful role models for how great swimming can be if your kids chose to continue the sport as they grow up and go onto college.
SwimMAC Carolina is excited to offer NEW water fitness classes at our south Charlotte training center! The classes are taught by Cynthia Obsorne, an energetic and enthusiastic instructor who is certified with the Aquatic Exercise Association, the Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program, and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). Cynthia is trained in hydro pilates and is introducing two new class to our SwimMAC offerings.
Mon/Wed/Fri from 1:30 - 2:15 p.m.
March 10 - 28
SwimMAC had four enthusiastic representatives reading to the students at Olde Providence Elementary on February 28th in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday (officially March 2, 1904). Coaches Leslie Berens, Rachael Mullen, Larry Lee and Ryan Marklewitz pulled out their favorite Dr. Seuss books, silly voices, funny animations, and big smiles to entertain and interact with the kids. There are so many ways SwimMAC has a positive impact on our community. Way to go, guys!
A contingent of SwimMAC athletes traveled to Greensboro, NC this past weekend for the IMX Camp, a two-day event that tested swimmers' skills and exposed athletes to different styles of technique-focused training. The camp participants were selected based on their IMX score, a points-based system created by USA Swimming to measure a swimmer's proficiency in all four competitive strokes.