Express - This track is a flexible option, offering shorter sessions aimed at athletes who want to explore swimming as a year-round option or who desire a smaller time commitment. This is ideal for swimmers who are participating in other sports or have scheduling conflicts.

Swimmers of any age may participate however, given the shorter practice times, this group is more geared toward swimmers with some swim team experience. We encourage brand new swimmers to consider an Age Group practice, as well.

Age Group - This track is aimed at swimmers of all levels and will follow appropriate progressions with stroke technique and skill work. Swimmers will learn and revisit fundamental skills as well as develop a high aerobic ceiling and basic racing strategies This is a very popular option and a majority of our swimmers fall into the “age group” track. Workouts are an hour and swimmers will get a good balance of technique, endurance, and speed training throughout the year. 

Medalist - This track is the most intensive option and is aimed at athletes for whom swimming is a primary focus. Practices are more intensive and will follow a seasonal plan to maximize performance at championship meets. We will also offer dryland to Medalist swimmers who swim at Aqua Club (we do not have the appropriate space for dryland and Sand Point at this time)

Medalist Swimmers are highly encouraged to attend USA swim meets with the goal of making a championship team (more info will come closer to the start of the season) Medalist is open to swimmers who have achieved Silver time standards (Summer league and High School times count) or at a coaches discretion. New swimmers wishing to join Medalist must show proof of time or contact Coach Chris. Silver times are included in a table below. 

All three tracks have the option of participating in USA swim meets throughout the year. Lane assignments are at the coaches discretion. Swimmers may also be asked to switch groups or tracks based on ability.

We do not require meets but we encourage all swimmers to try at least one meet session at some point in the season.