Reminder for all relay team Captains!
You must have your team completed and registered before May 1st.
No additional registrations can be accepted after that date!
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I have taken many different swimming lessons over the years, but I have never been a distance or competitive swimmer. I've swum in lakes and pools over the years, but never swam much in the ocean. I am not even a fan of the deep end of the pool, but I’m going to have to get used to it. So needless to say, I want to get as much training in as I can.
I signed up for a swim clinic at St. Joseph’s College and yesterday was my first lesson. I thought there would only be about six people there, but there were actually only four. Since I had missed the first week I needed to be evaluated by the instructor. My instructor, Alex, was very nice. We ended up working one-on-one and I received some of the best swim training I have ever had. He was very thorough and even allowed me to go at my own pace, which was slow. Alex would have me practice either breathing, kicking, or strokes each direction in the pool. With the pace that I worked at, I feel I learned so much and feel much more confident about completing my ¼ mile swim in July.
I am so excited to go back next week and see how much more I can learn. I am also very excited to be learning all of these techniques so that I will also be able to help my children learn to swim.
As you might know, many of the women in the Tri for a Cure form teams and split the race into three separate legs: swim, bike and run.
We have a short list of teams looking to add a swimmer!
If you're interested in joining an existing Tri for a Cure team as the designated swimmer, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org