When arriving to practice please have a face covering on while entering the pool area and when on the pool deck.
You can take them off as you are getting ready to swim and getting in the pool, but maintain your distance from others. We have enough deck space to keep our distance.
After practice you should dry off and then put your mask on.
Our practices are resuming. Here is some of what I’ve emailed out. Ask Coach David any questions.
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As I’ve mentioned in the group email, we are suspending all practices for the next while. I’ll be in communication as to when we will practice again.
I’d also encourage everyone to stay in shape with physical activity in any form, as long you practice social distancing.
If you’d like more information on the local situation, visit: https://georgetown.org/coronavirus-information/
We will not have morning or evening practice on Monday, February 3.
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The Rec Center is closed Monday, so we will have the following practice changes:
- Morning is at Village from 5:30-6:30am
- Evening is at Village, just like regular 6:30-7:30pm. Although, the kids are done at 6pm, so you can start early too.
Happy New Year! If you haven’t done so yet, it is time need to renew your U.S. Masters Swimming membership for 2020.
To do so, visit: https://www.usms.org/join-usms/join-or-renew
Our team requires our swimmers to be U.S. Masters Swimming members, so make sure you’ve renewed before your first practice of the New Year!
The only changes are on New Year’s Eve (7-8:30am at Rec) and New Year’s Day (6:30-8 am at Village). Pay attention to the times and locations. Only morning practice on both those days:
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A few weeks ago, Saturn, Venus, and Jupiter were visible during evening practice:
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Only changes are to Tuesday, Christmas Eve 🦌 (6:30-8am @ Village) and Wednesday, Christmas 🎄 🎅 (No Practice):
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Wednesday morning had some of the coolest swimmers around! The picture says it was 28, but it also could have been 26. The water was warm, the stars were shining bright, and Coach had on a lot of layers.