If you'd like to be on a swim team, get exercise, and have fun, then the Redmond Aquatic Club Eels (RACE) is for you! RACE operates year-round, providing youth swimmers with opportunities to travel, compete, develop new friendships, achieve goals and have fun! RACE promotes health & fitness, as well as responsibility, commitment, and sportsmanship among its members.
DEVELOP NEW FRIENDSHIPS
If you're interested in trying out for the swim team, join us at Cascade Swim Center. To find out more, contact Head Swim Coach Heather Thomas at 541-548-7275 or email@example.com.
Our Mission: To teach children and teens safety, competition and the fun of swimming. RACE is committed to providing an excellent program for children and teens ages 7-18 that teaches youth safety for competition and the fun of swimming. RACE teaches safety for competition and the fun of swimming. It is a program that is split into two seasons. The short-course season runs September through March and the long-course season runs April through August. Achieving excellence is the result of striving each day to do better than the last.
If you want to be on a swim team, get exercise and have fun then RACE is the club for you. RACE provides youth swimmers with opportunities to travel, compete, develop new friendships, achieve goals and have fun. RACE promotes health and fitness as well as responsibility, commitment and sportsmanship among its members. Swimmers interested in joining the RACE swim team must try out. To arrange for an opportunity to try out email Head Swim Coach Heather Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our team page at https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team-orrace.
Junior Eels (Levels 1 & 2)
The Junior Eels Competition Track is designed for swim lesson participants who have the goal of becoming competitive swimmers and joining the Redmond Aquatic Club Eels (RACE). RACE is Redmond’s year-round USA Swimming age group swim team (ages 8-18). The focus of the two Junior Eels levels is to prepare participants to be competitive swimmers. Aquatic activities and swim skills unrelated to competitive swimming are deemphasized, and in some cases excluded, from the curriculum of the Junior Eel levels. The program is designed to be a fun, but rigorous, initiation into the world of competitive swimming. It's recommended that participants in this program have a sincere interest in the sport of swimming and plan on joining a competitive team.