Tsunami Swimming was formed in 2001 by a volunteer advisory committee as a non-profit 501(C)(3) swimming outreach program. Outreach programs are designed to pull individuals into the sport of swimming who might not otherwise have the opportunity to participate. Tsunami Swimming does this by:
Offering programs for all skill levels, from non-swimmers to national competitors
Offering programs for both youth and adults, so the entire family can participate
Offering shorter, seasonal swim training programs, so that individuals who cannot commit to a year-round team will still have the opportunity to train and compete through the year.
Offering need-based financial assistance to individuals whose families meet the federal poverty level guidelines for the free and reduced price school lunch program.
Below is a partial list of some of
the upcoming events in the North East region of the United States. To find
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Nancy Kirkpatrick Reno, head masters coach with the Conejo Simi Aquatics program, offers tips for better swimming performance. Includes high quality under water video to illustrate proper swim form.
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How to Avoid The Porta Potty During a Race
We've all seen it and most of us have done it ... 30 minutes (or less) into a race athletes are already looking for a port potty. The good news is that it doesn't have to be that way. The secret is a proper hydration plan before the gun goes off, and here's how you do it.
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