NOVEMBER 11, 2012
Congratulations to the Sailfish Swim team on winning their first dual-meet of the season against the JCC of Mid-Westchester. The entire came out and performed well in the first home meet. Good Work Sailfish
Congratulations to all swimmers who competed in the BGNW Season Starter and the Greenwich Marlins Age Group Qualifier. The swimmers all came out and represented the Sailfish Swim Team to the best of their abilities. Results can be found on the results page. Next up is a dual meet against the JCC of Mid-Westchester. GO SAILFISH
OCTOBER 1 2012
The meet schedules for the season are:
We are pleased to announce that tryouts have concluded and we have welcomd many new swimmers to our team. Squad Assignments are as follows
The practice schedule for the season is:
Please be sure to attend the first Parent Meeting of the season, this Sunday September 9 @ 3pm. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact coach John.
June 25, 201211 Swimmers traveled down to Florida to compete in the Fort Lauderdale International Invitational. Despite the the weather, all of the Sailfish Swimmers swam well. As one of the smallest teams in attendance, we finished 26 out of 45 teams. Some highlights include Victoria Tillman placing top 8 in 7 out of her 8 events, Vanessa Ruiz's 3rd place finish in the 50m freestyle, Shaun Johnson's 4th place finish in the 50m Free and 5th place finish in the 50m backstroke, and the teams 8th place finish in the Girls OPEN 200m freestyle relay (Kaitlyn Forsyth, Sydni Johnson, Vanessa Ruiz, Shaun Johnson) while having the youngest squad in the event. Great job SAILFISH
Sailfish Swimming provides an environment for swimmers to Love and Grow in the sport of swimming through hard work and dedication, Swimmers on the team obtain the skills to compete, as well as thorough knowledge of swimming mechanics, stroke efficiency, and race strategy. During the course of the swim season, our swimmers learn to self-evaluate and correct their skills, as they work toward achieving mastery. Sailfish Swimming welcomes all swimmers who desire to make the transition from learn-to-swim or recreational swimming to competitive swimming.