NEWS

Kenaz Sweeting with impressive swims at his first National Championship Meet

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Naz Sweeting returns home after impressive performances at the 2016 Bahamian National Swimming Championship Meet. Naz placed 6th in the 400 meter freestyle with a personal best 4:34. He also placed 6th in the 200 meter freestyle with another personal best, 2:04. He was a member of the 3rd place 400 meter freestyle relay team with another personal best going :57 for his leg of the relay. His Bahamian team SWIFT was the overall National Team Champion. Congratulations to Naz on a great effort and his accomplishments at the Bahamian National Swim Meet.

YOGA for All ages and Levels

Yoga for All Ages and Levels
led by Andrea Woodburn, certified yoga instructor.

Summer 2016 Schedule
Monday – Wednesday – Friday
6:30AM – 7:30AM

Exercises will be for teaching mindfulness, body movement, balance, flexibility and strength, all important attributes for efficient, strong, fast swimming and general good health.

Open to parents free of charge, guests $10 per session.
Need to bring your own yoga mat.

Sunrise Middle School Pool
1750 NE 14th St,
Ft Lauderdale, FL, 33304

BREATH TAKING!

“B” CHAMPS WRAP UP SUMMARY 3/1/16

Breath taking:  when you take into consideration the full scope of this two day event on the weekend of February 27th and 28th, all I can say our kids are nothing short of amazing.  Congratulations to all of our 11 Hammerhead Swimmers who attended the “B” Champs this weekend.

You should be proud of your accomplishments:

• 11 swimmers participated in the event and swam 50 events:  
• 257.6 seconds of improvement, that’s over 4 minutes 29 seconds of improvement!
• 36 best times were achieved out of our 50 swims
• 13 Junior Olympic cuts off times were achieved this weekend.  Add that total to our already qualified events totaling 20  and we have six swimmers participating in 33 events next weekend.  That’s quite unbelievable!!!
• Placings:  11 first place finishes,  3 second place finishes, 3 third place finishes, 5 fourth place finishes, 2 fifth place finishes, one sixth place finishes, four 7th place finishes, one eighth place finishes.  
• That’s 31 top 8 finalists swims out of the 50 events entered.
You guys are the best, congratulations, the “OLE” Coach is so very proud of you. We have come so far, Its not over yet, let’s keep our eye on the goal. All together now:  Gooooooooo Hammerheads!

COACH SCOTT WOODBURNCoach Woodburn

GOOD NEWS

USA TEAM SWIMMERS

“B” CHAMPS WRAP UP SUMMARY

Breath taking:  when you take into consideration the full scope of this two day event this weekend, all I can say these kids are nothing short of amazing.

Congratulations to all of our 11 Hammerhead swimmers who attended the “B” Champs this weekend.  You should be proud of your accomplishments.

11 swimmers participated in the event and swam 50 events:  

257.6 seconds of improvement, that’s over 4 minutes 29 seconds of improvenent 

36 best times were achieved out of our 50 swims

13 Junior Olympic cuts off times were achieved this weekend  Add that total to our all ready qualified events totaling 20  and we have six swimmers participating in 33 events next weekend.  That’s quite unbelievable!!!

Placings:  11 first place finishes,  3 second place finishes, 3 third place finishes, 5 fourth place finishes, 2 fifth place finishes, one sixth place finishes, four 7th place finishes, one eighth place finishes.  

That’s 31 top 8 finalists swims out of the 50 events entered.

You guys are the best, congratulations, the “OLE” Coach is so very proud of you.

We have come so far, Its not over yet, lets keep our eye on the goal.

All together now:  Goooooooooo Hammerheads

Coach Woodburn