2012 Dolphins Swim
2012 Dolphin Swimmers
Nathan Seeto, Assistant Swim Team Coach
Joe Rolen, Assistant Swim Team Coach
The Dolphins Swim Team needs your help! Please click here and sign-up for the 2012 NSSC Online Swim Meet Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet!
The 2012 Dolphins Swim season is going to be exciting and fun!
Swimmers of all ages are needed. If you are looking for something fun for your child to do this summer, please consider having them join swim as they will learn a sport that will keep them physically fit and they can enjoy for the rest of their life.
ACTIVITY FEE: $ 75.00 per child
The Mighty Dolphins Swim Team is being formed now. Come and join us be a part of our team! There's going to be a Dolphins Swim Team Meeting on Wednesday, June 13th, 2012, from 6:00 PM. There's going to be a Dolphins Swim Team Time Trials on Saturday, June 16th, 2012, from 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM at the NSSC Pool.
The two new coaches joining us this season are Nathan Seeto and Joe Rolen.
SWIM PRACTICE SCHEDULE
Monday through Friday, June 4th through June 15th evening practices
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Swim Practice 10 & under
Swim Practice 11 & up
Beginning on Monday, June 18th morning swim practices, Monday through Friday are as follow:
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Swim Practice 12 & under
Swim Practice 13 & up
Swim League Records for North Springfield Dolphins can be accessed at the NVSL NS Team Records Web Site.
Little Flippers are made up of 5 through 7 year olds who have not mastered the swim team 25-meter course.
Children who participate in the program can enter the Monday night B-meets and swim the deep end short course or the 25-meter long course. This is a wonderful program and we hope you encourage your little dolphins to give it a try!
Please contact NSSC Lifeguard Quinnlan Sweeney for additional information about the Little Flippers Program @ NSSC. You can reach Quinnlan via e-mail at <email@example.com>.
ACTIVITY FEE: $ 75.00 per child
You can now register at NSSC Pool for Swim Lessons. NSSC Pool encourages everyone to learn to swim! Swim lessons teaches aquatic and swim safety skills in a logical progression. Age and skill-appropriate lessons are available for students of all ages.
Registration is now available for Spring and Summer 2012 Swim Lessons. Please contact NSSC Lifeguard Quinnlan Sweeney for additional information. You can reach Quinnlan via e-mail at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Summer and NSSC Swim Team Season is upon us. Swimmer's ear is an infection of the outer ear canal. The medical term for it is acute otitis externa (AOE). It is associated with "swimmers" since residual water in the ear canal creates a moist environment that can lead to bacterial growth. However, any excess moisture due to sweat, other water activities, or even high humidity can contribute. Some people are simply more prone to it than others.
PREVENTION OF SWIMMERS' EAR
- Make a mixture of 2 parts rubbing alcohol and 1 part white vinegar. Put into a droppper bottle.
- After leaving water for extended period, dry each ear and put 2-3 drops of solution into each ear. DO NOT rub ear canal with towel or Q-tip. Allow gravity to let the water out.
- After last swim, when at home, re-apply drops, let dry for 2 to 3 minutes, then gently blow the ear canal dry with a hair dryer on low heat and low speed.
5 FOODS SWIMMERS SHOULD EAT
- Whole Grains: cereals, bagels, pasta and bread. (These provide you good long lasting energy)
- Proteins: Peanut butter, lean meat and dairy. (You should have protein before and after workouts)
- Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: Bananas are a great source of potassium and minerals. (Regulates water levels in the body and helps prevent cramping.)
- Calcium Rich Foods: Cheese, yogurt and milk. (For strong bones and protect from injury.)
- Fiber Rich Foods: Whole grains, apples, berries, almonds, legumes. (Helps keep athletes full and regulate the digestive tract.)