Get Ready for Harvard at the SOCOY Fun Meet!

The 17th South County YMCA Adult & Masters Swim Meet. Sunday, March 9th, noon to 5:30pm, Peace Dale, RI. Informal, unsanctioned mini meet open to all adult swimmers (USMS membership not required) and prep meet for the New England LMSC SCY Championships at Harvard. 70 swimmer cap. Entries must be postmarked by Wednesday 3/5 or submitted in person by Saturday 3/8 at noon. Sponsored by PowerBar and Camire's Athletic Soles. Meet Director: Fred Bartlett, swimtrirunman@aol.com


2014 Speedo USMS One-Hour Postal National Championship

Sunday, January 19th, 2014:

SwimRI is helping New England Masters Swim Club defend its title in this national, month-long event by running organized heats for current USMS-NEM members:

@ Roger Williams University in Bristol (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)
Warm-up starts at 8am. Heats start at 9:00, 10:20 & 11:40am. Cost is ~$15 per swimmer. RWU college swimmers will count/time. RSVP to douglas.sayles@swimri.org with your prioritized heat preferences. Post-swim social gathering at Aidan's Irish Pub in Bristol.
@ St. George's School Hoyt Pool in Middletown (32 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 2 heats)

Heats start at 9:15 and 10:30am. Participants arrange for your own timer/counter or else time/count for each other. Cost is ~$10 per swimmer. Post-swim luncheon at The Bike Stop Cafe in Narragansett. For more info contact Fred Bartlett at swimtrirunman@aol.com.

Every yard counts, so if you cannot join us on the 19th ask a coach or friend to count/time for you sometime during January and submit your results!


400 Kick for Time (a USMS Postal Event) & Coach Trent's Holiday Relays!

Sunday, December 22nd @ East Providence Boys & Girls Club. Coach Trent will incorporate these events into SwimRI-Triton Swimming's Sunday 7:30am workout. The postal event is simple: kick 400 yards as fast as you can, then enter your time (if you want) via the event website. For those of you who have never attended a Triton workout, the drop-in fee is $5 and the Sunday theme practices are usually well-attended, spirited and a highlight of everyone's week.