Christiansburg Aquatic Center Activity Guide Winter 2023

H2OKIE AQUATICS H20kie Aquatics is a 501c3 year-round Swim Team offering programs for all abilities, commitment levels, and desired levels of achievement. We have swimmers wishing to swim for fitness as well as those striving for the highest levels of competitions. For registration and more information please visit: Or Contact Head Coach Scott Baldwin

Pre-Competitive Swim Team Levels: Stroke School is the entry level program of H2okie Aquatics and has several flexible options available from which swimmers and parents can choose. Most swimmers that participate in Stroke School are between the ages of 5 and 12 years old and have a little swimming experience, such as one or two years of participation with a summer league swim team or have taken swim lessons with a local swim lesson program. Stroke School 1 (SS1) SS1 is the beginning level of our team. Most swimmers in SS1 are between the ages of 5-8 and have minimal swimming/ lesson experience. Practice is offered 2 times per week for approximately 45 minutes, and it is recommended that swimmers try to attend 2 times per week to see steady improvement if they can do so. Practice days are on T/Th 5:45pm 6:15pm Stroke School 2 (SS2) Most swimmers in SS2 are between the ages of 6-10 and have a little swimming/lesson experience. Practice is offered 2 times per week for 1 hour, and it is recommended that swimmers try to attend both times each week to see steady improvement. Practice days are on T/H. 5:45pm-6:45pm Middle School Prep (MSP) Most swimmers in MSP are between the ages of 11-14 and have some or a small amount of swimming experience. Some have taken lessons or swam summer league or swam for the Middle School team but still may need some stroke development before becoming strong, fluid swimmers. Swimmers in this group can swim for short-medium distances but may not have the endurance or technique to swim for long distances without tiring. Practice is offered T/H 6:15-7:15pm


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