Saturday Night Social @ Avenue M !
Come on out and consider meeting up with members, friends and family of the Asheville Masters Swimming club at Avenue M, located at 791 Merrimon Ave, Asheville, NC 28804.
Appetizers are on the swim club budget! We don’t get to hang out as much as many folks wish we could…Come on out, even if just for a little while!
*We are putting in an advance order for appetizers and would be grateful to know about how many are attending Saturday night’s Aveune M excursion (see below post for details).
Please shoot me an email with name and # attending in subject line. Thanks!
We are meeting earlier! 6pm…
With all this snow, perhaps you’d really like a swim today? Well, I’ll be there at 1145am and we’ll have the whole pool until 1pm, when we will be limited to 2 lanes.
Come on out, carefully :)
Asheville Masters Swimming has a simple suggestion regarding Snow and Other Inclement Weather,…please consider limiting your risk by not driving in poor conditions. Pool may or may not be available depending on if a swimmer with a key makes it to pool. Coaching is dependent on considerations stated above.
The 42nd Annual Sunbelt Championships Short Course Yards meet is being held in a different pool and is a week earlier than usual. The meet is Saturday, January 23rd and Sunday, January 24th in Huntersville. The meet entry deadline is Sunday, January 17th. Please consider going ahead and entering as soon as possible. Meet information and entry links can be found at http://www.ncmasters.org/meets.html
George S Simon Registrar, North Carolina Masters Swimming Committee, 10229 Boxelder Dr, Raleigh, NC 27613-6139.
If you’ve already forgotten all the things we’ve worked on last summer, or are new to the possibility of swimming in the beautiful and wild, then this may be for you!
An Open Water Skills Clinic is set for January 9th at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center on the UT campus. Registration information can be found at https://tennesseesportcamps.com/swimming/index.php.
Go and join UT distance and open water coach Tyler Fenwick and Olympic champion Ashley Whitney for a day of classroom instruction and pool time (50 meter pool with buoys and no lane ropes) to learn and put into practice new open water skills in a controlled environment. Get that jump on the competition for the upcoming open water and triathlon seasons.