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Awarded Best Swim Classes!

Waterworks was awarded "Best Swim Classes in Orange County" by Parenting OC Magazine for the fifth consecutive year! This award includes both South and North Orange County. We are so appreciative of this award and want to thank all of our loyal customers for their continued support.

Construction Progress – Swim School

Do you remember the excitement of receiving your first bicycle or doll house or Lego kit for your Birthday, Christmas, or Hannakuh? We are feeling the same emotions at Waterworks Aquatics Swim School. In just a few more months our brand new location in Highlands Ranch will be complete. In February, 2015 our eighth location, first in Colorado will begin hosting private, semi-private, group swim lessons, birthday parties, swim competitions, water aerobics, and many more programs. An exact Grand Opening date will be shared with the community as we approach the end of January and we hope that you are able to come by for a very special day in which we plan to have a ribbon cutting, music, snacks, drinks, pool games, and more! Here are some photos of the construction progress. We anxious ready to get some water in those pools!

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 In our efforts to provide new swim instructors hands on experience and training, we’re offering completely FREE swim lessons from now until our facility’s Grand Opening in February 2015 at the Residence Inn Hotel in Englewood, CO. With your choice of scheduling either Private (1:1) or Semi-Private Lessons (2:1), we guarantee that you will be able to see progress! The Instructor Trainees at Waterworks Aquatics go through an extensive 60 hour training program in which our Aquatic Managers shadow the entire process to ensure all of our high standards are being met. This opportunity allows for those in our community with the chance of learning to swim absolutely free and for our swim instructors to gain the training needed. We hope to see you in the pool soon, please see below for more information on lessons, lesson scheduling and lesson location. Call 949.450.0777 to schedule your Free lesson today! *We reserve the right to change or cancel any scheduled sessions at any time*

Swim Lessons:

  • 20 Minutes in length
  • Free of charge
  • Private Lessons 1:1
  • Semi-Private Lessons 2:1
  • Available for ages 3 months – Adults

Class Availability:

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Saturdays: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location: 8322 S. Valley Hwy, Englewood, CO 80112

Class Availability:

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Saturdays: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location: 8322 S. Valley Hwy, Englewood, CO 80112

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Top 7 Benefits of Swimming

Swimming is tons of fun, and Waterworks Aquatics Swim School provides extraordinary results — but do you really know all the benefits your child can receive from swimming year-round (scientifically speaking)? Here are the Top 7 Benefits of Swimming:

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Here are the Top 7 Benefits of Year-Round Swimming (Scientifically Speaking):

1. Development of the whole child

Not only does swimming benefit children physically, but it also improves their development intellectually AND emotionally! According to scientific studies at the German Sports College Cologne, kids who swim year-round fared better academically, particularly in problem-solving skills. The swimmers also displayed more self-discipline (which may mean less, um, redirecting for you, mom!) and had more self-esteem, which made them more comfortable in social situations. This is why Waterworks Aquatics offers swim lessons to children starting at the age of 3 months. That’s something to celebrate!

2. Improved development of motor skills

Your little almost-walker cautiously pulls along on the couch, holding on to the table and anything else in his or her path — while you follow along, holding your arms out to prevent any bumps and bruises. Sound familiar? Well, studies conducted at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology by Dr. Hermundur Sigmundsson and his colleagues concluded that the youngest swimmers showcased better balance and grasping techniques. So, maybe your little one starts swim classes and zooms around on land! That way, you can take a literal step back (Hello, childproofing!). Goldfish Swim School offers classes for children ages 4 months and older!

3. Enhanced brain development

Kids learn A LOT through touch and the texture of different objects — which is known as tactile sensory development. Research by Dr. Ruth Rice determined that babies make “significant gains in neurological development, weight gain and mental development” from the tactile stimulation of the nerve pathways of the skin — and swimming in water (which has over 600 times the resistance of air) certainly covers that! At Waterworks Aquatics we also utilize a muscle memory form of learning. Our highly trained swim instructors help our swimmers repeatedly practice their movements.

4. Advanced cognitive development

We all want our kids to be the best and brightest, of course. We also want them to have FUN while they’re learning. What a golden experience: Swimming does that! A four-year Early Years Swimming Research Project (with 45 swim schools in Australia, New Zealand and the United States) found that children younger than five who had swim lessons were more advanced in their cognitive AND physical development. Plus, researchers in Melbourne found that kids in the study had higher IQs. Take that, homework! (OK, they’ll still have to do their homework, but maybe swimming will make it easier?!)

5. Increased memory and learning potential

It turns out that exercise helps a person’s memory, which helps a child’s learning potential — all because exercise increases the neurons in our hippocampus (an area of the brain associated with memory). Art Kramer, with the help of his colleagues at the University of Illinois and the University of Pittsburgh, discovered that people who were more fit had a bigger hippocampus than those who weren’t as fit. Hmm. Bigger muscles, bigger brain? Makes sense to us!

6. Stronger social skills

Want your little one to be independent (or maybe not have to say, “Mom? Mom! MOM!” every two minutes?!)? Swimming helps teach kids how to take turns, listen, share and cooperate. And Dr. Liselott Diem and her colleagues found that kids who had taken swim lessons from two months old to 4 years old could adapt to new social situations more easily because they had more confidence in social settings (And we’re confident you’ll see why Waterworks Aquatics Swim School is Worth the Money!).

7. Reduced risk of drowning

It’s a scary fact, but the Centers for Disease Control states that children aged 1-4 have the highest drowning rates. But, YOU can help change that: Having your child participate in swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by 88% for kids in that age range! That’s according to a study by Ruth Brenner and her colleagues, from the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 2009. Help your child and teach these 5 Things All Kids Should Know How to do in the Water.

Waterworks Aquatics Swim School

The instructors at Waterworks Aquatics Swim School are specifically trained and they use their trust, integrity and compassion to teach your children how to swim — and so much more. A triangle of communication is developed between swim instructor, child, and their parent. We want the parent and the child to feel comfortable in the water with our instructors to ensure progression. Waterworks Aquatics Swim School is dedicated to providing WOW customer service in several states, so find a location near you and register your child for swim lessons today!

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Free Swim Lessons

Hello Colorado!

We would like to take a moment to share our excitement towards opening up our newest indoor Swim School in Colorado! Our new Highlands Ranch location will be our eighth and first location outside of California, we cannot wait to open up our doors that’s why we are excited to share with you information on Free Swim Lessons! With our Grand Opening being projected for February 2015, anticipation is rising as we get closer and closer to the opening date. An exact Grand Opening date will be shared with the community as we approach the end of January and we hope that you are able to come by for a very special day in which we plan to have a ribbon cutting, music, snacks, drinks, pool games, and more!

At Waterworks Aquatics Swim School & Aquatic Center we pride ourselves on educating and motivating people of all ages to be safer and learn proper swimming technique. With a supportive atmosphere and child-centered approach, our goal as a swim center is to encourage children to have fun in the water while improving their water skills. Our proven teaching methods and caring instructors will allow children to learn and grow within our program. Now, about the Free Swim Lessons… :)

In our efforts to provide new swim instructors hands on experience and training, we’re offering completely FREE swim lessons from now until our facility’s Grand Opening in February 2015 at the Residence Inn Hotel in Englewood, CO. With your choice of scheduling either Private (1:1) or Semi-Private Lessons (2:1), we guarantee that you will be able to see progress! The Instructor Trainees at Waterworks Aquatics go through an extensive 60 hour training program in which our Aquatic Managers shadow the entire process to ensure all of our high standards are being met. This opportunity allows for those in our community with the chance of learning to swim absolutely free and for our swim instructors to gain the training needed. We hope to see you in the pool soon, please see below for more information on lessons, lesson scheduling and lesson location. Call 949.450.0777 to schedule your Free lesson today! *We reserve the right to change or cancel any scheduled sessions at any time*

Swim Lessons:

  • 20 Minutes in length
  • Free of charge
  • Private Lessons 1:1
  • Semi-Private Lessons 2:1
  • Available for ages 3 months – Adults

Class Availability:

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 12:00pm & 3:00pm – 6:00pm

Saturdays: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location: 8322 S. Valley Hwy, Englewood, CO 80112

Free Swim Lessons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*We reserve the right to change or cancel any scheduled sessions at any time*

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Now Hiring in Highlands Ranch

We are so excited to be opening up our New Swim School in Highlands Ranch! Waterworks Aquatics in Highlands Ranch is now hiring customer service representatives, life guards, and swim instructors!! We will be opening in February of 2015, but will begin hosting free swim lessons and training sessions in local hotel pools in the beginning of December.

Waterworks Aquatics is a premier swim school that teaches children ages 3 months through adult how to swim. Our mission is to educate and motivate people of all ages to be safer and learn proper swimming technique. With 8 established swim schools across all of California, Waterworks Aquatics is the largest provider of swim lessons in the state and we are excited to be opening in Highlands Ranch February 2015!

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Drowning is Leading Cause of Death for Children

The World Health Organization reported Monday that drowning is among the 10 leading causes of death for children and young people. Water Safety is a huge importance at Waterworks Aquatics. We can not stress the importance of water safety and knowing proper fundamentals in the water. We offer CPR classes in case of an emergency as well.

The WHO report found that roughly 372,000 people die from drowning each year, and 90 percent of those deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. The highest rates of drowning deaths are in the African, South-East Asia and Western Pacific regions.

The data show more than half of all drowning deaths happen to people under age 25, with the highest rates among children under five years of age.

The report also found men are twice as likely to drown as women.

Authors of the report called drowning the biggest epidemic of which no has heard. And this appears to be borne out by the steady stream of unnerving statistics presented in the study.

Dr. Etienne Krug, WHO Director for the Department for Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, Disability, Violence and Injury Prevention, said 40 people drown every hour, in circumstances both mundane and catastrophic.

“These are often children in bathtubs or in watering holes or rivers; fishermen doing their daily work that are carried out at sea; migrants looking for a better life, but losing it in perilous crossings; and capsized ferries, which result also in the drowning of scores of passengers in one time,” Krug said.

Different relationships with water

David Meddings, WHO scientist and lead author of the report, noted that people in poorer countries often encounter water in more dangerous circumstances.

“In most high-income settings, when we talk about interacting with water, it is almost always on a recreational basis. We go to bodies of water to swim at a lake. We jump in a pool to cool off on a hot summer day,” Meddings said.

“The reality for many populations, particularly those in rural parts of low- and middle-income countries, is a very, very different relationship with water.  They need water for household chores, for cooking, for washing, for bathing.  They need water frequently to make their employment in the act of small-scale fisheries,” he said.

Meddings said that long-term trends show drowning rates have dropped dramatically in rich countries over the past 70 to 80 years, due in part to such things as better emergency care and people having water piped into their homes instead of having to use a lake or river.

The WHO report also urged communities and governments to put in place a number of simple, low-cost measures that would help prevent many drowning deaths.

These measures include installing barriers to control access to water, providing safe places such as day care centers for children, teaching children basic swimming skills, and training bystanders in safe rescue and resuscitation.

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November 15, 2014

11/15/2014  Swim Competition – Carlsbad
Total Participants Checked-In : 57
Event #1  Girls  6&U  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 2:34.00 2:31.09 +0:02.91
2nd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 2:44.68 3:09.34 -0:24.66
3rd Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 3:10.25 -
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Event #2  Boys  6&U  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 2:08.88 2:03.75 +0:05.13
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Event #3  Girls  07-08  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 1:43.66 1:52.70 -0:09.04
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 1:47.44 2:01.39 -0:13.95
3rd Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 1:59.00 2:00.09 -0:01.09
4th Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 2:02.57 -
5th Farr, Sophia (7.97) 2:22.64 -
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Event #4  Boys  07-08  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 2:34.25 2:26.94 +0:07.31
2nd Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 3:35.67 -
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Event #11  Girls  05-06  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 0:33.06 0:32.16 +0:00.90
2nd Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 0:33.93 0:34.44 -0:00.51
3rd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 0:41.09 0:41.56 -0:00.47
4th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 0:46.07 -
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Event #12  Boys  05-06  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 0:30.25 0:26.09 +0:04.16
2nd Zavesoff, Michael (6.56) 0:56.78 -
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Event #13  Girls  07-08  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:22.30 0:23.96 -0:01.66
2nd Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 0:24.28 0:26.62 -0:02.34
3rd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:25.53 0:27.90 -0:02.37
4th Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:26.03 0:28.35 -0:02.32
5th Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 0:27.12 0:28.00 -0:00.88
6th Oskoorouchi, Ayla (8.17) 0:29.70 0:34.19 -0:04.49
7th Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:29.81 0:30.00 -0:00.19
8th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 0:35.54 0:31.84 +0:03.70
9th Mclain, Keira (7.33) 0:37.97 0:47.40 -0:09.43
10th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 0:44.17 0:42.23 +0:01.94
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Event #14  Boys  07-08  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 0:34.34 0:34.53 -0:00.19
2nd Zavesoff, Daniel (8.72) 0:37.35 -
3rd Camangian, Renard (7.38) 0:44.19 0:40.19 +0:04.00
4th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 0:53.38 0:43.00 +0:10.38
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Event #15  Girls  09-10  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:26.09 0:24.75 +0:01.34
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Event #16  Boys  09-10  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:26.42 0:28.00 -0:01.58
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Event #17  Girls  7&U  50yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 1:00.70 -
2nd Farr, Sophia (7.97) 1:04.87 1:07.84 -0:02.97
3rd Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 1:34.60 1:12.59 +0:22.01
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Event #18  Boys  7&U  50yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 1:07.59 1:04.50 +0:03.09
2nd Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 1:09.30 -
3rd Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 1:20.00 1:23.57 -0:03.57
4th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 1:57.75 1:46.00 +0:11.75
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Event #19  Girls  08-09  50yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:54.03 1:03.35 -0:09.32
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:59.69 1:08.68 -0:08.99
3rd Oskoorouchi, Ayla (8.17) 1:13.92 -
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Event #25  Girls  4&U  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Bella (4.54) 0:36.78 0:38.58 -0:01.80
2nd Koury, Ariana (4.4) 0:49.40 0:53.43 -0:04.03
3rd Snyder, Shiloh (4.04) 1:20.00 1:18.00 +0:02.00
4th Pearlman, Riley (3.97) 1:29.82 -
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Event #26  Boys  4&U  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Nelson, Trent (4.77) 1:05.03 0:47.37 +0:17.66
2nd Woods, William (4.37) 1:05.62 -
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Event #27  Girls  05-06  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 0:30.09 0:28.62 +0:01.47
2nd Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 0:32.66 0:28.13 +0:04.53
3rd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 0:35.85 0:36.78 -0:00.93
4th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 0:39.60 0:40.85 -0:01.25
5th Tuma, Anna (5.7) 0:51.25 0:48.00 +0:03.25
6th Livingston, Camille (5.28) 0:59.78 0:54.37 +0:05.41
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Event #28  Boys  05-06  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 0:30.34 0:26.47 +0:03.87
2nd Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 0:33.50 0:29.00 +0:04.50
3rd Nelson, Shane (6.93) 0:36.40 0:29.66 +0:06.74
4th Hurt, Cooper (6.15) 0:41.36 0:34.91 +0:06.45
5th Quinones, Oliver (5.14) 0:43.94 0:43.72 +0:00.22
6th Toczek, Dane (5.31) 0:53.55 0:51.91 +0:01.64
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Event #29  Girls  07-08  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:23.03 0:24.94 -0:01.91
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:24.03 0:25.81 -0:01.78
3rd Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:25.87 0:24.50 +0:01.37
4th Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 0:26.10 0:27.25 -0:01.15
5th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 0:26.98 0:27.03 -0:00.05
5th Farr, Sophia (7.97) 0:26.98 0:27.72 -0:00.74
7th Mclain, Keira (7.33) 0:27.31 0:27.68 -0:00.37
8th Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:27.41 0:24.50 +0:02.91
9th Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 0:27.67 0:24.72 +0:02.95
10th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 0:33.40 0:33.69 -0:00.29
11th Tamhankar, Simran (7.28) 0:43.06 -
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Event #30  Boys  07-08  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Francis, Taylor (7.44) 0:29.97 0:29.72 +0:00.25
2nd Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 0:30.25 0:28.88 +0:01.37
3rd Hurt, Parker (7.59) 0:30.80 0:29.87 +0:00.93
4th Mccrory, Riley (8.06) 0:30.98 -
5th Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 0:31.03 0:31.25 -0:00.22
6th Eckel, Ken (8.09) 0:31.91 0:35.25 -0:03.34
7th Camangian, Renard (7.38) 0:34.07 0:38.68 -0:04.61
8th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 0:40.19 0:34.41 +0:05.78
9th Dommers, Walter (7.24) 0:40.78 0:44.40 -0:03.62
10th Mikhail, Nathan (7.87) 0:52.16 -
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Event #31  Girls  09-10  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:26.44 0:24.13 +0:02.31
2nd Smith, Hailey (10.05) 0:27.69 0:33.40 -0:05.71
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Event #32  Boys  09-10  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:24.66 0:25.53 -0:00.87
2nd Hoyle, Cole (10.03) 0:28.79 0:49.19 -0:20.40
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Event #33  Girls  5&U  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 1:23.06 1:18.19 +0:04.87
2nd Peterson, Bella (4.54) 1:42.75 1:29.31 +0:13.44
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Event #34  Boys  5&U  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Toczek, Dane (5.31) 1:44.63 2:17.25 -0:32.62
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Event #35  Girls  06-07  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:55.42 0:53.42 +0:02.00
2nd Conti, Teagan (7.76) 1:03.47 0:59.52 +0:03.95
3rd Farr, Sophia (7.97) 1:04.02 1:07.08 -0:03.06
4th Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 1:05.53 -
5th Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 1:06.59 1:08.75 -0:02.16
6th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 1:12.16 1:12.82 -0:00.66
7th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 1:23.22 1:12.21 +0:11.01
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Event #36  Boys  06-07  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 1:07.31 1:01.81 +0:05.50
2nd Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 1:11.41 1:11.78 -0:00.37
3rd Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 1:26.09 1:18.06 +0:08.03
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Event #37  Girls  08-09  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:48.53 0:54.15 -0:05.62
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:53.37 0:59.59 -0:06.22
3rd Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:54.08 0:57.19 -0:03.11
4th Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:57.22 0:54.63 +0:02.59
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Event #38  Boys  08-09  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:58.78 -
2nd Zavesoff, Daniel (8.72) 1:10.41 -
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Event #39  Girls  10-16  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Niederkorn, Katie (12.62) 0:46.65 0:45.91 +0:00.74
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Event #41  Girls  Open  100yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 1:45.91 -
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 1:52.22 1:59.04 -0:06.82
3rd Conti, Teagan (7.76) 2:01.00 2:06.01 -0:05.01
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Event #43  Girls  4&U  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Bella (4.54) 1:12.97 1:17.00 -0:04.03
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Event #44  Boys  4&U  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Nelson, Trent (4.77) 1:03.13 -
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Event #45  Girls  05-06  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 0:32.88 0:37.78 -0:04.90
2nd Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 0:33.94 0:33.91 +0:00.03
3rd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 0:43.25 0:47.21 -0:03.96
4th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 0:50.77 0:49.56 +0:01.21
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Event #46  Boys  05-06  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 0:30.56 0:27.47 +0:03.09
2nd Zavesoff, Michael (6.56) 0:39.78 -
3rd Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 0:47.28 0:55.28 -0:08.00
4th Nelson, Shane (6.93) 0:50.63 0:46.31 +0:04.32
5th Francis, Caden (5.34) 0:58.34 -
6th Quinones, Oliver (5.14) 1:14.78 -
7th Hurt, Cooper (6.15) 1:20.19 0:49.37 +0:30.82
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Event #47  Girls  07-08  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:23.75 0:25.72 -0:01.97
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:27.95 0:27.75 +0:00.20
3rd Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 0:29.59 0:31.37 -0:01.78
4th Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:32.66 0:33.56 -0:00.90
5th Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:33.56 0:34.10 -0:00.54
6th Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 0:34.60 0:33.18 +0:01.42
7th Oskoorouchi, Ayla (8.17) 0:36.85 0:46.81 -0:09.96
8th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 0:38.77 0:35.78 +0:02.99
9th Mclain, Keira (7.33) 0:41.02 0:43.03 -0:02.01
10th Farr, Sophia (7.97) 0:41.59 0:52.81 -0:11.22
11th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 0:42.10 0:43.28 -0:01.18
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Event #48  Boys  07-08  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Francis, Taylor (7.44) 0:30.40 0:29.61 +0:00.79
2nd Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 0:37.04 0:35.44 +0:01.60
3rd Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 0:40.69 0:35.63 +0:05.06
4th Hurt, Parker (7.59) 0:48.62 0:39.88 +0:08.74
5th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 0:51.93 0:46.00 +0:05.93
6th Camangian, Renard (7.38) 0:53.02 0:55.08 -0:02.06
7th Dommers, Walter (7.24) 1:18.04 1:54.50 -0:36.46
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Event #49  Girls  09-10  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Smith, Hailey (10.05) 0:33.09 -
2nd Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:33.46 0:30.84 +0:02.62
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Event #50  Boys  09-10  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:31.09 0:28.05 +0:03.04
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Event #51  Girls  5&U  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 1:30.75 1:28.06 +0:02.69
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Event #53  Girls  06-07  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 1:13.16 1:13.35 -0:00.19
2nd Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 1:16.09 1:15.91 +0:00.18
3rd Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 1:17.47 1:13.75 +0:03.72
4th Farr, Sophia (7.97) 1:30.75 1:51.33 -0:20.58
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Event #54  Boys  06-07  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 1:08.22 1:04.44 +0:03.78
2nd Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 1:21.19 1:22.58 -0:01.39
3rd Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 1:44.84 1:48.86 -0:04.02
4th Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 1:51.82 -
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Event #55  Girls  08-09  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:55.87 0:55.40 +0:00.47
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 1:04.15 1:07.08 -0:02.93
3rd Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 1:04.56 1:08.19 -0:03.63
4th Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 1:10.75 1:08.11 +0:02.64
5th Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 1:11.79 1:22.16 -0:10.37
6th Oskoorouchi, Ayla (8.17) 1:16.10 1:32.96 -0:16.86
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Event #56  Boys  08-09  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Zavesoff, Daniel (8.72) 1:26.32 1:21.44 +0:04.88
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Event #59  Girls  Open  100yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 2:00.41 1:57.77 +0:02.64
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 2:11.50 -
3rd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 3:09.46 -
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Event #60  Boys  Open  100yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 2:11.62 2:17.89 -0:06.27
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Event #61  Girls  Open  100yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 1:38.81 1:47.88 -0:09.07
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 1:41.53 1:56.26 -0:14.73
3rd Niederkorn, Katie (12.62) 1:57.50 1:54.94 +0:02.56
4th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 2:12.43 2:08.39 +0:04.04
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Event #63  Girls  4&U  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Peterson, Bella (4.54) 0:43.93 0:45.53 -0:01.60
2nd Snyder, Shiloh (4.04) 1:18.63 1:23.59 -0:04.96
3rd Pearlman, Riley (3.97) 1:43.50 2:04.28 -0:20.78
4th Illies, Leah (1.9) 2:26.26 -
5th Quinn, Bailey (3.79) 2:43.37 2:28.72 +0:14.65
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Event #64  Boys  4&U  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Nelson, Trent (4.77) 0:45.28 0:59.78 -0:14.50
2nd Woods, William (4.37) 1:03.08 -
3rd Quinn, Cody (3.79) 3:58.22 2:34.97 +1:23.25
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Event #65  Girls  05-06  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 0:26.44 0:28.03 -0:01.59
2nd Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 0:26.63 0:29.94 -0:03.31
3rd Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 0:31.90 0:37.81 -0:05.91
4th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 0:35.43 0:50.15 -0:14.72
5th Livingston, Camille (5.28) 0:46.38 0:55.41 -0:09.03
6th Martel, Chloe (5.06) 0:56.90 -
7th Tuma, Anna (5.7) 1:10.56 0:54.25 +0:16.31
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Event #66  Boys  05-06  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 0:25.44 0:22.25 +0:03.19
2nd Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 0:29.66 0:32.31 -0:02.65
3rd Nelson, Shane (6.93) 0:31.41 0:26.34 +0:05.07
4th Francis, Caden (5.34) 0:38.34 0:39.03 -0:00.69
5th Quinones, Oliver (5.14) 0:41.40 0:41.91 -0:00.51
6th Zavesoff, Michael (6.56) 0:41.93 0:36.50 +0:05.43
7th Hurt, Cooper (6.15) 0:42.67 0:44.13 -0:01.46
8th Toczek, Dane (5.31) 1:20.34 0:45.10 +0:35.24
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Event #67  Girls  07-08  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:18.75 0:22.06 -0:03.31
1st Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:18.75 0:26.22 -0:07.47
3rd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:21.09 0:21.59 -0:00.50
4th Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 0:21.59 0:25.78 -0:04.19
5th Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 0:24.28 0:23.94 +0:00.34
6th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 0:26.94 0:27.44 -0:00.50
7th Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:27.09 0:23.53 +0:03.56
8th Oskoorouchi, Ayla (8.17) 0:29.58 0:30.69 -0:01.11
9th Mclain, Keira (7.33) 0:29.88 0:26.32 +0:03.56
10th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 0:31.19 0:32.60 -0:01.41
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Event #68  Boys  07-08  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Mccrory, Riley (8.06) 0:23.77 0:27.37 -0:03.60
2nd Francis, Taylor (7.44) 0:24.94 0:24.51 +0:00.43
3rd Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 0:28.28 0:26.94 +0:01.34
4th Zavesoff, Daniel (8.72) 0:29.16 0:31.35 -0:02.19
5th Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 0:30.06 0:30.32 -0:00.26
6th Camangian, Renard (7.38) 0:31.16 0:30.10 +0:01.06
7th Needham, Auden (8.04) 0:31.72 0:27.31 +0:04.41
8th Hurt, Parker (7.59) 0:34.17 0:25.49 +0:08.68
9th Dommers, Walter (7.24) 0:35.57 0:42.22 -0:06.65
10th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 0:42.25 0:38.08 +0:04.17
11th Mikhail, Nathan (7.87) 1:02.66 -
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Event #69  Girls  09-10  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:23.56 0:22.97 +0:00.59
2nd Tamhankar, Shravani (9.22) 0:28.19 -
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Event #70  Boys  09-10  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:23.97 0:21.52 +0:02.45
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Event #71  Girls  5&U  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Svara (5.75) 1:21.86 1:21.10 +0:00.76
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Event #72  Boys  5&U  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Francis, Caden (5.34) 1:21.81 -
2nd Toczek, Dane (5.31) 1:45.52 -
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Event #73  Girls  06-07  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Pyatt, Mackenzie (7.75) 0:49.75 0:54.35 -0:04.60
2nd Farr, Sophia (7.97) 0:54.87 0:54.68 +0:00.19
3rd Nagorniuk, Anastasiya (7.74) 0:57.59 0:57.38 +0:00.21
4th Murphy, Niamh (6.71) 1:01.10 1:04.35 -0:03.25
5th Conti, Teagan (7.76) 1:02.93 1:00.79 +0:02.14
6th Mclain, Keira (7.33) 1:04.97 0:59.11 +0:05.86
7th Peterson, Charlize (6.44) 1:08.15 1:03.84 +0:04.31
8th Boeckman, Giselle (7.26) 1:09.72 1:20.54 -0:10.82
9th Donahue, Hayden (6.37) 1:27.37 1:22.03 +0:05.34
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Event #74  Boys  06-07  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Guzman, Braden (6.77) 0:55.28 0:55.84 -0:00.56
2nd Francis, Taylor (7.44) 0:55.88 0:55.53 +0:00.35
3rd Keeping, Nolan (7.03) 1:06.69 1:11.87 -0:05.18
4th Wilson, Aidan (7.87) 1:06.75 1:08.78 -0:02.03
5th Camangian, Renard (7.38) 1:11.00 1:13.53 -0:02.53
6th Nelson, Shane (6.93) 1:11.40 1:07.47 +0:03.93
7th Heidt, Keaton (6.54) 1:21.70 1:19.13 +0:02.57
8th Dommers, Walter (7.24) 1:26.31 -
9th Gopalakrishnan, Gokul (7.12) 1:40.41 1:33.96 +0:06.45
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Event #75  Girls  08-09  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jayasinghe, Kiran (8.88) 0:42.28 0:49.34 -0:07.06
2nd Jayasinghe, Simran (8.88) 0:42.91 0:51.09 -0:08.18
3rd Schwartz, Ava (8.36) 0:49.06 0:49.69 -0:00.63
4th Shokraei, Neeka (8.61) 0:50.35 0:53.66 -0:03.31
5th Drader, Rhiana (9.8) 0:55.78 0:54.50 +0:01.28
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Event #76  Boys  08-09  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Carbine, Jake (9.68) 0:55.03 0:47.72 +0:07.31
2nd Eckel, Ken (8.09) 0:59.25 -
3rd Zavesoff, Daniel (8.72) 1:06.29 1:17.94 -0:11.65
4th Needham, Auden (8.04) 1:12.03 1:07.62 +0:04.41
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Event #77  Girls  10-16  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Niederkorn, Katie (12.62) 0:50.28 0:46.06 +0:04.22
2nd Smith, Hailey (10.05) 0:52.15 0:52.38 -0:00.23

November 15, 2014

11/15/2014  Swim Competition – Pasadena
Total Participants Checked-In : 58
Event #3  Girls  07-08  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Chan, Kamryn (8.47) 2:05.94 -
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Event #6  Boys  09-10  100yd  Individual Medley
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 2:46.44 2:58.50 -0:12.06
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Event #12  Boys  05-06  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Kasravi, Kayvon (6.48) 0:45.97 0:47.50 -0:01.53
2nd Kuai, Andrew (6.92) 0:48.81 -
3rd Salarda, Ryan (6.12) 0:49.91 -
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Event #13  Girls  07-08  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Valdez, Layla (8.21) 0:26.59 0:27.60 -0:01.01
2nd Chan, Kamryn (8.47) 0:28.22 -
3rd Kao, Aila (8.4) 0:31.28 -
4th Ji, Elizabeth (7.42) 0:34.75 -
5th Robie, Nika (8.83) 1:05.43 -
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Event #14  Boys  07-08  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:24.62 0:35.12 -0:10.50
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 0:27.09 0:31.34 -0:04.25
3rd Menchaca, Keifer (7.34) 0:42.62 0:43.22 -0:00.60
4th Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 0:43.75 -
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Event #15  Girls  09-10  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jones, Jazmin (9.19) 0:26.82 0:29.72 -0:02.90
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Event #16  Boys  09-10  25yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Joshua (9.13) 0:33.81 0:41.94 -0:08.13
2nd Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 0:37.13 0:34.81 +0:02.32
3rd Simpson, Colt (10.39) 0:39.19 0:41.25 -0:02.06
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Event #18  Boys  7&U  50yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 1:03.47 1:21.00 -0:17.53
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 1:10.22 1:11.60 -0:01.38
3rd Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 2:05.66 -
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Event #21  Girls  10-16  50yd  Butterfly
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Rimmer, Megan (10.71) 0:47.12 0:56.66 -0:09.54
2nd Stanford, Tiffany (12.12) 0:57.69 -
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Event #25  Girls  4&U  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Rosedale, Charlotte (4.09) 1:36.41 1:43.47 -0:07.06
2nd Yeung, Abbie (2.85) 2:06.31 1:30.40 +0:35.91
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Event #26  Boys  4&U  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Rosales, Lucas (4.81) 0:39.89 0:34.41 +0:05.48
2nd Villagra, David (4.56) 0:45.22 -
3rd Chen, Darren (4.98) 0:58.47 -
4th Hsu, Albert (4.81) 0:59.47 1:36.28 -0:36.81
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Event #27  Girls  05-06  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Sofia (6.85) 0:35.97 -
2nd Telfer, Novella (6.61) 0:36.27 0:37.47 -0:01.20
3rd Kansy, Amelia (5.37) 0:39.75 0:55.78 -0:16.03
4th Cramer, Isabella (6.54) 0:53.66 -
5th Ancker, Anna (5.07) 1:09.19 0:50.81 +0:18.38
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Event #28  Boys  05-06  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Kuai, Andrew (6.92) 0:31.12 0:33.56 -0:02.44
2nd Zamora, Marcel (6.25) 0:37.56 0:38.00 -0:00.44
3rd Reddy, Kush (6.92) 0:39.56 0:43.87 -0:04.31
4th Salarda, Ryan (6.12) 0:40.03 -
5th Gmelich, Casey (5.37) 0:46.50 -
6th Kasravi, Kayvon (6.48) 0:49.75 0:46.60 +0:03.15
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Event #29  Girls  07-08  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Ji, Elizabeth (7.42) 0:27.85 0:31.28 -0:03.43
2nd Kao, Aila (8.4) 0:28.25 -
3rd Chan, Kamryn (8.47) 0:29.75 -
4th Shafiq Ahamed, Malaika Marnia (8.92) 0:36.78 1:03.19 -0:26.41
5th Robie, Nika (8.83) 0:43.34 0:42.94 +0:00.40
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Event #30  Boys  07-08  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:26.59 0:27.69 -0:01.10
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 0:31.00 0:33.28 -0:02.28
3rd Timbadia, Kai (8.26) 0:31.16 -
4th Simons, Landon (8.74) 0:36.62 0:32.22 +0:04.40
5th Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 0:39.94 -
6th Tanphanich, Noah (7.64) 0:40.72 0:44.87 -0:04.15
7th Menchaca, Keifer (7.34) 0:47.78 0:48.82 -0:01.04
8th Villa, Alejandro (7.79) 1:05.44 -
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Event #31  Girls  09-10  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jones, Jazmin (9.19) 0:26.19 0:26.65 -0:00.46
2nd Wen, Emily (9.93) 0:30.90 0:32.56 -0:01.66
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Event #32  Boys  09-10  25yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 0:37.00 0:31.21 +0:05.79
2nd Muthu kumaran, Sanjith (10.9) 0:40.89 0:48.97 -0:08.08
3rd Wang, Joshua (9.13) 0:52.34 -
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Event #33  Girls  5&U  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Baek, Deborah (5.45) 0:46.47 -
2nd Arun, Smera (5.55) 1:39.91 1:27.90 +0:12.01
3rd Rosedale, Charlotte (4.09) 3:22.00 5:56.65 -2:34.65
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Event #34  Boys  5&U  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Rosales, Lucas (4.81) 1:27.37 -
2nd Gmelich, Casey (5.37) 1:43.69 -
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Event #35  Girls  06-07  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Ji, Elizabeth (7.42) 1:06.75 -
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Event #36  Boys  06-07  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:57.72 1:05.25 -0:07.53
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 1:05.21 1:13.53 -0:08.32
3rd Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 1:23.87 -
4th Tanphanich, Noah (7.64) 1:26.09 1:23.37 +0:02.72
5th Zamora, Marcel (6.25) 1:32.78 1:28.50 +0:04.28
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Event #38  Boys  08-09  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Simons, Landon (8.74) 1:30.62 1:16.75 +0:13.87
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Event #39  Girls  10-16  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Ying, Rosalinda (11.63) 0:47.22 -
2nd Hermogeno, Mara (11.02) 1:02.31 -
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Event #40  Boys  10-16  50yd  Back Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Simpson, Colt (10.39) 1:17.19 1:11.00 +0:06.19
2nd Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 1:22.34 1:24.57 -0:02.23
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Event #45  Girls  05-06  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Sofia (6.85) 0:47.47 0:40.35 +0:07.12
2nd Arun, Smera (5.55) 1:00.53 1:16.90 -0:16.37
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Event #46  Boys  05-06  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Salarda, Ryan (6.12) 0:48.13 -
2nd Kasravi, Kayvon (6.48) 0:54.28 0:56.50 -0:02.22
3rd Kuai, Andrew (6.92) 0:56.87 -
4th Zamora, Marcel (6.25) 1:17.66 1:05.59 +0:12.07
5th Maroto-Campos, Eduardo (5.5) 1:30.25 -
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Event #47  Girls  07-08  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Valdez, Layla (8.21) 0:31.28 0:29.81 +0:01.47
2nd Chan, Kamryn (8.47) 0:34.50 -
3rd Kao, Aila (8.4) 0:40.25 0:37.85 +0:02.40
4th Ji, Elizabeth (7.42) 0:45.84 0:51.06 -0:05.22
5th Shafiq Ahamed, Malaika Marnia (8.92) 0:58.31 1:14.13 -0:15.82
6th Robie, Nika (8.83) 1:01.25 1:06.13 -0:04.88
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Event #48  Boys  07-08  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 0:29.90 0:36.00 -0:06.10
2nd Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:35.00 0:43.90 -0:08.90
3rd Timbadia, Kai (8.26) 0:42.19 -
4th Menchaca, Keifer (7.34) 0:45.66 0:50.41 -0:04.75
5th Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 0:55.66 -
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Event #49  Girls  09-10  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Kim, Gyurim (10.11) 0:24.91 -
2nd Ying, Angela (9.65) 0:27.13 -
3rd Wen, Emily (9.93) 0:31.50 0:34.71 -0:03.21
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Event #50  Boys  09-10  25yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Joshua (9.13) 0:36.05 0:34.28 +0:01.77
2nd Simpson, Colt (10.39) 0:40.65 0:40.85 -0:00.20
3rd Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 0:45.66 0:41.72 +0:03.94
4th Muthu kumaran, Sanjith (10.9) 1:01.28 1:02.03 -0:00.75
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Event #54  Boys  06-07  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 1:07.28 -
2nd Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 1:13.63 -
3rd Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 2:10.75 -
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Event #55  Girls  08-09  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wen, Emily (9.93) 1:06.94 -
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Event #56  Boys  08-09  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Joshua (9.13) 1:21.90 1:19.13 +0:02.77
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Event #57  Girls  10-16  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Ying, Rosalinda (11.63) 0:54.35 -
2nd Rimmer, Megan (10.71) 0:57.03 1:02.35 -0:05.32
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Event #58  Boys  10-16  50yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Choe, Alden (14.23) 0:51.28 -
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Event #59  Girls  Open  100yd  Breast Stroke
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Stanford, Tiffany (12.12) 2:02.62 -
2nd Wen, Emily (9.93) 2:14.84 -
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Event #62  Boys  Open  100yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 2:41.35 -
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Event #63  Girls  4&U  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Yeung, Abbie (2.85) 1:23.16 1:23.25 -0:00.09
2nd Rosedale, Charlotte (4.09) 1:50.97 1:28.38 +0:22.59
3rd Yeung, Michelle (4.68) 2:02.47 -
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Event #64  Boys  4&U  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Villagra, David (4.56) 0:56.31 -
2nd Rosales, Lucas (4.81) 1:12.03 0:49.43 +0:22.60
3rd Hsu, Albert (4.81) 1:12.59 1:23.84 -0:11.25
4th Sarkissian, Monte (4.09) 1:20.19 -
5th Raskin, Philip (3.78) 1:34.66 1:27.78 +0:06.88
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Event #65  Girls  05-06  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Telfer, Novella (6.61) 0:42.12 0:47.44 -0:05.32
2nd Cramer, Isabella (6.54) 0:51.22 -
3rd Kansy, Amelia (5.37) 0:54.12 0:55.60 -0:01.48
4th Chen, Joovy (6.21) 0:59.06 0:55.88 +0:03.18
5th Huang, Claire (5.1) 1:03.13 -
6th Ancker, Anna (5.07) 1:06.28 0:54.88 +0:11.40
7th Guridy, Zaya (5.57) 1:29.40 -
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Event #66  Boys  05-06  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Kasravi, Kayvon (6.48) 0:37.53 0:34.61 +0:02.92
1st Reddy, Kush (6.92) 0:37.53 0:40.15 -0:02.62
3rd Salarda, Ryan (6.12) 0:38.19 -
4th Kuai, Andrew (6.92) 0:47.28 0:43.50 +0:03.78
5th Zamora, Marcel (6.25) 0:51.75 0:36.87 +0:14.88
6th Gmelich, Casey (5.37) 0:52.59 -
7th Maroto-Campos, Eduardo (5.5) 1:17.13 2:06.56 -0:49.43
8th Teltser, Henry (5.08) 1:42.29 -
9th Yeung, Aidan (5.74) 2:04.06 1:26.09 +0:37.97
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Event #67  Girls  07-08  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Chan, Kamryn (8.47) 0:24.75 -
2nd Ji, Elizabeth (7.42) 0:26.37 0:29.09 -0:02.72
3rd Kao, Aila (8.4) 0:26.43 0:26.78 -0:00.35
4th Robie, Nika (8.83) 0:39.13 0:41.88 -0:02.75
5th Shafiq Ahamed, Malaika Marnia (8.92) 0:41.75 0:49.65 -0:07.90
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Event #68  Boys  07-08  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:25.31 0:29.31 -0:04.00
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 0:26.10 0:28.72 -0:02.62
3rd Menchaca, Keifer (7.34) 0:33.25 0:34.32 -0:01.07
3rd Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 0:33.25 0:34.85 -0:01.60
5th Simons, Landon (8.74) 0:39.25 0:38.97 +0:00.28
6th Tanphanich, Noah (7.64) 0:40.38 0:55.87 -0:15.49
7th Villa, Alejandro (7.79) 0:58.87 -
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Event #69  Girls  09-10  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Gmelich, Holly (9.81) 0:19.87 -
2nd Kim, Gyurim (10.11) 0:19.97 -
3rd Ying, Angela (9.65) 0:20.13 -
4th Jones, Jazmin (9.19) 0:21.16 0:22.50 -0:01.34
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Event #70  Boys  09-10  25yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Joshua (9.13) 0:31.66 0:31.32 +0:00.34
2nd Johnson, Caleb (10.55) 0:34.03 0:34.22 -0:00.19
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Event #71  Girls  5&U  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Baek, Deborah (5.45) 1:06.69 -
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Event #72  Boys  5&U  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Gmelich, Casey (5.37) 1:57.12 -
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Event #74  Boys  06-07  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Quintero-Guan, Karl (7.92) 0:56.25 1:07.41 -0:11.16
2nd Quintero-Guan, Sean (7.92) 1:00.91 1:03.38 -0:02.47
3rd Menchaca, Keifer (7.34) 1:10.28 -
4th Sukwanto, Bradley (7.89) 1:32.43 -
5th Tanphanich, Noah (7.64) 1:39.75 2:20.62 -0:40.87
6th Zamora, Marcel (6.25) 1:41.90 1:35.28 +0:06.62
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Event #75  Girls  08-09  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Jones, Jazmin (9.19) 0:47.19 0:53.18 -0:05.99
2nd Gmelich, Holly (9.81) 0:52.19 -
3rd Valdez, Layla (8.21) 0:55.87 0:53.07 +0:02.80
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Event #76  Boys  08-09  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Wang, Joshua (9.13) 1:18.62 1:12.38 +0:06.24
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Event #77  Girls  10-16  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Rimmer, Megan (10.71) 0:42.15 0:47.53 -0:05.38
2nd Ying, Rosalinda (11.63) 0:46.78 -
3rd Stanford, Tiffany (12.12) 0:53.97 -
4th Hermogeno, Mara (11.02) 0:58.40 -
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Event #78  Boys  10-16  50yd  Freestyle
Place Name Age Final Time Prev Best Time +/- best
1st Choe, Alden (14.23) 0:38.47 -
2nd Simpson, Colt (10.39) 1:14.00 1:08.69 +0:05.31
3rd Muthu kumaran, Sanjith (10.9) 1:28.78 1:41.13 -0:12.35

7 Reasons to Compete in a Swim Competition

Swim Competitions are a little unforgiving when viewed in a certain manner. You spend months training a countless number of hours, only to have your performance completed in a manner of minutes, with no recourse if you disagree with the numbers on the scoreboard. But on the other hand, they are also places where swimmers learn the value of hard work, of setting and chasing goals, and other life skills including dealing with setbacks and developing sportsmanship. At Waterworks Aquatics there is a Swim Competition at every location, and trophies are awarded to swimmers that have received 15, 30, 50, 75,125, 200, and 300 ribbons. But if that is not enough to entice you, here are 7 reasons every swimmer should go to swim meets:

1. Sportsmanship. In competition we learn the value of sportsmanship. There is value in waiting for other swimmers to finish before hopping out of the pool after a race, of waiting and cheering on the competition struggling to complete their own race. Watching young swimmers behave in this way is not only educational for other swimmers, but heartening and inspirational for the rest of us.

2. Teaches swimmers to set goals, and make a plan to crush ‘em. Swim Competitions provide the opportunity for swimmers to work towards a specific goal. Which requires them to make a plan to achieve it, something that will translate well to whatever they choose to do outside of the pool.

3. Learning to cope with disappointments. They swam their little heart out, crashed into the wall in a flurry of arms and splash, spun around to see their time—and their face instantly fell. Either they lost the race they wanted to win, came short of breaking their personal best, or their goggles filled up with water right off the dive. Swimming is a microcosm of life; sometimes things simply don’t fall into place the way we want or expect. Realizing that things won’t always go our way, and understanding that the path forward is one we must pave, is a lesson that will come in handy during all stages of life.

4. It is the ultimate feedback for how you train. Piling up the miles and going in-practice bests are awesome, and can help keep you motivated and excited about training. However, to get a full idea of where your skills and abilities rack up, you gotta get up on the blocks. It’s difficult to fake the nerves and adrenaline you get in the moments before your race, and more importantly, once your race is over you not only get a clear idea of just how fast you are capable of going, but you can figure out where you can improve most moving forward.

5. Teaches the value of hard work. The most dangerous swimmer in the pool can often be found with the silver medal around his or her neck. Coming that close to winning, close enough that they can taste it, often acts as the jet fuel to higher performance. Having come so close, our runner-up will double down on their effort and commitment in the pool so that they never have to suffer the indignity of losing again.

6. Gives you the opportunity to redefine your limits. There is nothing quite like swimming faster than you ever have. That feeling of looking up at the scoreboard and seeing a number faster than you thought was possible of yourself. When you shave a heap of time off of your best time your per-conceived limits are forever altered. You now expect more and better from yourself.

7. Camaraderie. Although swimming is a hybrid individual/team sport, the Swim Competitions is a decidedly team atmosphere. Whether it is taking a coach bus together, painting the sides of the vans with inspirational sayings, or even flying cross country together, Swim Competitions bring athletes together. Teammates cheer for one another, screaming themselves hoarse even though they have a final of their own to swim shortly after, to swimmers from different teams cheering on an athlete who is having the swim of his or her life. A sense of kinship is inevitable when you go to battle together for a full weekend, each chasing the outer limits of what is possible.

 

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A Lifeguard’s Perspective

On the Stand- A lifeguard’s perspective
Have you ever been in a store and realized that your child has wondered off? Your heart sinks and your ‘gut’ fills with anxiety of what could be. What’s your first instinct? …GO!

The same is for a lifeguard on stand when they see a child showing signs of actively drowning. Our instinct….GO! In fact, many times you will hear a lifeguard say: If I don’t know, I GO! As a lifeguard, we would rather err on the side of proactive safety than have to live with other possible consequences for the rest of our lives and yours. Those are two very different conversations to have with parents.

What are some signs of active drowning that lifeguards look for?
The victim normally has a vertical body position with arms out to the side in the water, making little to no forward movement. Their head is tilted back so that their mouth will remain above water. Their eyes may be squeezed shut or wide open with a look of panic. They will rarely make a call for help as their main focus is: GET AIR. Another telling sign of child in need of help is “Bobbing.” Many times this is mistaken for play, when in fact it is a red flag that they are in trouble and need assistance.

How can you assist a lifeguard when at the pool with your child?

    • Know your child’s limitations. If they are not a strong swimmer, have them wear a Coast Guard approved Personal Floatation Device, (Note- arm floaties will not keep your child’s head above water, but do a really nice job of keeping their arms above water). Many public pools, water parks, and recreation districts have Coast Guard approved Type II lifejackets at their facilities that you can ‘check out’ while you enjoy their pools.
    • Have them take breaks. Many public facilities clear their pools each hour; use this time to assess your child’s energy level.
    • Set boundaries. Let your children know what is ‘off limits’ at the pool before getting in: The deep end. The big slide. The diving boards. Know where your child is in the water at all times.
    • Be within arms reach at all times. This is greatest level of protection you can provide your child when at the pool. In addition, you are having some great quality time with your child.

By using these simple tips, you can assist the lifeguards in keeping the pools safe for everyone. Next time you see a lifeguard go in the pool, remember, they just had that heart sinking- gut feeling that they needed to GO!

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Four Ways to Prevent a Cold

4 Surprising Ways to Prevent Colds

Washing your hands works, but it’s not the only step you can take to stay healthy this season.

You wash your hands as much as a surgeon (and nearly as thoroughly), but sometimes it still isn’t enough to ward off colds and the flu. It’s time to attack from another angle.

“Using hand sanitizer, regularly washing your hands, and avoiding people who are sick are the best ways to prevent against colds, but anything that boosts your immune system will make you less likely to become ill,” infectious disease specialist Chia Wang, MD, of Virginia Mason Hospital and Seattle Medical Center.

Try these surprising strategies to give your immune system a leg up.

1. Pop probiotics

The beneficial bacteria in your gut plays a role in keeping your immune system healthy, Wang explained. This year, scientists discovered some of the first strong evidence that probiotics — bacteria that help improve the balance of good to bad bugs in your gut — may help protect you against colds.

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Some small studies over the past several years had shown that probiotics may boost immunity in endurance athletes, who tend to have dampened immune systems. But in August 2014, a study in the journal Clinical Nutrition provided evidence that probiotics may also help healthy people avoid colds. In the study, 465 adults took either a probiotic supplement or a placebo for 150 days (about five months). People who took probiotics had a 27 percent lower risk of developing an upper respiratory infection during the study period.

The study’s authors also found there was no difference in results between the two probiotic formulas they tested —Bifidobacterium animalis, or a combination of Lactobacillus acidophilus and a different strain of Bifidobacterium animalis.

2. Drink red wine in moderation

Although heavy drinking and binge drinking can impair your immune system, some research shows that moderate alcohol intake may protect against the common cold. A landmark study in the American Journal of Epidemiology looked at nearly 4,300 Spanish adults during one cold and flu season. People who drank more than 14 glasses of wine weekly had a 40 percent lower risk of coming down with a cold, compared to people who didn’t drink. Red wine was especially helpful, the study found. Beer and liquor didn’t offer any protection against getting sick.

More recently, a study in the European Respiratory Journal followed more than 47,000 Denmark residents for an average of 12 years. At the beginning of the study, the subjects filled out surveys about their alcohol intake. Researchers then kept tabs on a national patient registry to track patients who were hospitalized for pneumonia. They found that men who didn’t drink alcohol and men who consumed more than 35 drinks per week had a higher risk of pneumonia hospitalization compared to moderate drinkers. There wasn’t a clear association between alcohol and illness in women, likely because of the relatively small number of heavy female drinkers in the sample, the study authors wrote.

Related: Seniors, Rejoice: Drinking Alcohol May Preserve Your Memory

“Antioxidants help support the immune system, which is why antioxidant-rich red wine may have protective effects,” said Wang. “Antioxidants help to get rid of free radicals, which impair the ability of the immune system to work at an optimal level.” She also cautioned to avoid alcoholic beverages once you have a cold, since they can make you dehydrated.

3. Exercise regularly

A little bit of sweat now could ward off sneezing and sniffles later, studies show. In one experiment, University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers had 149 adults ages 50 and older perform regular meditation, moderate exercise, or maintain their normal routine. The control group missed 67 days of work due to respiratory infections, compared with 32 days for the exercise group and 16 in the meditation group.

To learn more about how exercise affects the immune system, a study in the November 2014 Journal of Applied Physiology observed what would happen to active and inactive mice infected with pneumonia bacteria. The researchers found that active mice reacted with a stronger immune response to the infection and had significantly fewer bacteria in their lungs 10 days later.

Moderate exercise stimulates the immune system, the mouse study’s researchers wrote. Wang added that exercise may also protect against colds by decreasing stress, which has been shown to lower immunity.

Related: How Hard Is Moderate Exercise? Not As Hard As You Might Think

4. Take zinc

Many people pop zinc lozenges or supplements in order to shorten the duration of colds. But zinc can also protect against developing a cold in the first place. A 2013 Cochrane Review of 18 studies concluded that taking zinc supplements for at least five months reduced bouts of the common cold. Supplements also relieve cold symptoms and shorten the days spent with a cold in adults.

The study authors explained that zinc helps prevent the rhinovirus — the most typical cause of the common cold — from reproducing. Oysters are the food source highest in zinc, but since you probably don’t eat them every day, supplements may be the most effective solution. Studies have shown that the doses in popular over-the-counter zinc supplements are effective.

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