tag:swimri.org,2013:/posts SwimRI 2019-01-18T12:17:05Z SwimRI Admin tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1364350 2019-01-17T19:09:31Z 2019-01-18T12:17:05Z 1/13/2019 Hour Swim Results & Reminders
Recap of USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship heats at Roger Williams University on 1/13/2019:

  • Full results are listed below. Everyone must submit your yardage online by March 8. Do it now before you lose your split sheet. Every yard counts toward the New England Masters Swim Club (NEM) total!
    https://www.clubassistant.com/club/meet_information.cfm?c=1308&smid=10953

  • 47 NEM members (43 SWMR, 2 SCY, 2 NMEG)

  • Aggregate yards = 183,595 (8,290y more than last year)

  • Average yards per swimmer = 3,906 (~10y more per swimmer than last year)

  • Notable swims:
    • Rob Allen, aka Rob 2.0, most yardage men
    • Matt Alford, 2nd most yardage men & highest male first-timer
    • Sarah Dombrowski, most yardage women
    • Merin Troutman, 2nd most yardage women
    • Jessica Bailey, highest female first-timer
    • Gillian Langton, 4,250 in 2017; 4,350 in 2018; 4,525 in 2019
    • Trent Theroux's 1 x 4,000 individual medley!
    • Matt Hull, just recently did his first-ever coached pool workout

  • Great Comebacks:
    • Tim Morse (fuck cancer)
    • Vince Burks (fuck injury)
    • Stephanie Winslow (nice return to 2013 form)
    • Mary Gurchiek (improves with every splash)
    • Brian Fulling (first competition in 14 years)

  • OHPS First-Timer Kudos:
    • Women -- Jessica Bailey, Maddy Behan, Angie Bonin, Mary Gurchiek
    • Men -- Matt Alford, Jonathan Cooper, Majed Elturkmani, Brian Fulling, Matt Hull, Andrew Kelsey

  • Best Synchronized Swim: Jill Lancaster & Gillian Langton

  • Most Incredulous Accomplishment: Heat 3 doing the Hour Swim in under an hour ;)

    • Honorable Mention:
      • Fred Bartlett's South County Y swimmers. Everyone Fred trains beat last year's yardage total -- Kim Raymond, Lorraine Miller Horton, Rob Allen, Vince Burks.
      • Connecticut swimmers. This Jon Caswell-coached contingent was both enthusiastic and impressive -- Merin, Sarah and Brian all handily surpassed 4,600 yards.
    • $1,134 donated to the RWU college swim team ($164 more than last year)
      • Thanks to Coach Matt Emmert for hosting and the RWU college team for counting!

    • ~25 people attended a fun post-swim lunch at Aidan's Pub.

    • Total yardage betting pool results
      • 12 guesses, $60 pot, winner takes all
      • Winner: Matt Gilson (under by 1,195y)
      • Albert Garcia (over by 3,605y)
      • Andy Kelsey (over by 6,405)

    COMPLETE HEAT RESULTS:

    OTHER EVENT ENTRY REMINDERS:


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1353192 2018-12-13T22:24:10Z 2019-01-13T00:29:45Z Local Heats of 2019 USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship

    The SwimRI and South County Y workout groups are once again helping New England Masters Swim Club (NEM) defend its national club title in the two-month-long USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship by running organized heats for 2019 USMS-NEM members. This is a USMS-sanctioned participatory event. You may swim whatever stroke(s) you wish, at whatever pace you wish, continuously or with rest breaks. All participants must adhere to event rules during the swim and officially enter your results online after swimming.

    For past years' results, click here. To read about the long history of the 1-Hour Swim, click here.

    Sunday, January 13th @ Roger Williams University in Bristol (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)
    Check-in and warm-up open at 7:30am. Heats start at 8:15, 9:35 & 10:55. Minimum donation is $20 per swimmer (additional donations accepted). Proceeds go to the RWU swim team, in exchange for which the college team records splits for us. For more information contact douglas.sayles@swimri.org.
    HEAT ASSIGNMENTS (lane pairings will be posted onsite):
    As an added incentive, there will be a post-swim party at Aidan's Irish Pub where the winner of the total yardage betting pool will be announced. Each participant in the RWU heats will have the option to contribute $5 cash to the pot and guess the aggregate yardage of all three heats. To see last year's results, click here.

    Sunday, January 27th @ St. George's School in Middletown (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)

    South County Y workout group members are given priority. Other NEM members are welcome if/as space allows. Heats start at 8:10, 9:20 and 10:30am. Cost is ~$10-$12 per swimmer. Swimmers usually time/count for each other. A post-swim completion party is planned for 1pm at Turtle Soup Restaurant. For more info contact Fred Bartlett at swimtrirunman@aol.com.

    Other potential heats TBD.

    Can't join us on the above dates? Ask a coach or friend to time for you during January-February and submit your results online via the official event website by March 8thEvery yard counts toward NEM Swim Club's total!

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1350813 2018-12-06T15:29:56Z 2018-12-06T15:40:42Z Discover the Northeast Kingdom at the 2019 USMS Open Water Championships



    Join us August 16 & 17, 2019, at Lake Willoughby in Westmore, Vermont. This scenic venue is one of the most majestic and pristine glacially carved lakes in the Americas.

    USMS Sprint Distance (1 Mile) Open Water National Championship.
    Friday, August 16, 2019 – 1:00 PM @ South Beach on Lake Willoughby.

    USMS Long Distance (5 Mile) Open Water National Championship.
    Saturday, August 17, 2019. 100-swimmer cap.

    On Saturday participants gather at 8 am at North Beach on Willoughby Lake Road (Route 16) in the Town of Westmore. The organizers determine the most likely wind direction so as to swim with the wind; the race starts at 9 am from either North Beach or South Beach. Shuttle Service available between beaches.

    Both days include great competition, fun people, awards, music, food and more!

    REGISTER FOR ONE OR BOTH DAYS HERE

    Registration closes on August 1, 2019, or when the cap is reached.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1342940 2018-11-11T23:49:31Z 2018-11-11T23:49:31Z Order Your SwimRI Hoodie

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1338896 2018-11-01T17:57:23Z 2018-11-11T20:22:39Z Stuffies vs Steamers VII...The Rivalry Continues 11/17/2018

    SwimRI's 7th Annual "Stuffies vs Steamers" Invitational Dual Meet and post-meet party will take place on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at Providence College's Taylor Natatorium in Providence, R.I. Warm-up is at 3:00 p.m., and the meet runs from 3:30 to ~5:30. Volunteer timers, spectators and hecklers are welcome!

    This event is a high-school-style dual meet where each of the 40 swimmers listed below competes in 1-2 individual events and 1-2 relays. Team lineups and meet sheets are determined by the captains -- Doug Sayles for Stuffies and Trent Theroux for Steamers. In most of the prior encounters, the last relay determined the victorious team. The series stands at 4-2 in the Stuffies favor.


    Order of events:
    200 Medley Relay (4 x 50), 50 Free, 200 Free, 200 IM, 200 Free Relay (4 x 50), 800 Free Relay (4 x 8 x 25), BREAK, 100 Fly, 100 Free, 400 Free, 100 Back, 100 Breast, Surprise Relay.

    The meet sheet will be posted on deck. The events are coed. There are a couple of twists, including the final "fun" relay. This year all swimmers must bring fins!

    Meet Fee: $20 per person payable at check-in.

    Team Party/Dinner:
    By tradition, the losing team buys the first round for the winners after the meet at Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill, 133 Douglas Avenue, Providence. Most people stay for dinner and some bring family/guests.

    Swimmers, please email douglas.sayles@swimri.org if you are bringing family/guests to dinner or if you are not staying for dinner.

    TEAM ROSTERS:

    Stuffies Steamers
    Robbie Allen George Alexandre
    Maddy Behan Matthew Alford
    Angelina Bonin Rosie Alford
    Eric Burtchell Jessica Bailey
    Mathew Card Chuck Barnes
    Dave Cote Joseph Bevilacqua
    Steph Cotsonas Michael Burr
    Chris Doppke Stef Carter
    Paul Dow Sara DiNardo
    Majed Elturkmani Kaan Duru
    Albert Garcia Matthew Gilson
    Bart Grimes Neil Greenspan
    Mary Gurchiek Andrew Hobby
    Stephen Imbusch Derek Jakoboski
    Heather Ireland Gillian Langton
    Jill Lancaster Donna Neuendorf
    Seann Mulcahy Aaron Shute
    Bruce Novis Trent Theroux
    Jim Porter Connor Wallace
    Paul Senecal Stephanie Winslow

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1293054 2018-06-11T18:58:29Z 2018-08-10T15:55:44Z Local Charity Open Water Events - Summer 2018

    As you plan your summer calendar, please consider supporting these local cause-related, community-based events and organizations:

    Saturday, June 23: 13th Annual Narrow River Turnaround Swim, URI Campanella Rowing Center, North Kingstown, RI. One-mile open water race and fundraiser for the Narrow River Preservation Association. $35 registration. Low key race that traditionally kicks off our local summer open water season. The 2017 event sold out with 150 swimmers. Water temp is usually in the mid to high seventies. Wetsuit and non-wetsuit divisions.
    RESULTS  PHOTOS  Narragansett Times

    Saturday, June 30: 25th Annual Buzzards Bay Swim, New Bedford to Fairhaven, NA. 1.2 mile open water race and fundraiser for the membership-supported nonprofit Buzzards Bay Coalition. This event includes individual age group, youth team, and adult team awards. Use the code MASTERS18 to save $25 on the registration fee. $150 fundraising minimum. The 2017 event had over 350 swimmers registered but was canceled due to lightening. Water temp is usually 68-70 degrees. Wetsuits allowed.
    RESULTS  PHOTOS

    Sunday, July 8: Clean Ocean Access Newport Harbor Swim to Skim (formerly the Newport Sharkfest Swim), Newport, RI. Two distances to choose from: 0.9 mile or 1.5 mile open-water swim through Newport Harbor from Perrotti Park to King Park. $55 registration fee. Wetsuits allowed. Proceeds benefit the Middletown RI-based nonprofit Clean Ocean Access, which does great work on a shoestring budget. VIP swimmers will include Olympian Elizabeth Beisel and local marathon swimmer Trent Theroux who is preparing for his ”Back to Britain” English Channel charity swim later this summer.
    RESULTS  PHOTOS  Newport Daily News ARTICLE & VIDEO

    Saturday, July 14: 8th Annual Waterman Eco-Challenge, Narragansett Town Beach, RI. One-mile swim (wetsuits allowed) and three-mile paddle board races with awards, sponsor tents and environmental awareness displays at one of the nicest beaches anywhere. $40 registration for one race or $60 for both. Proceeds from this event help support the Janice “Mama C” Causey Memorial Art Scholarship for young students. The 2017 event had over 150 swimmers.
    RESULTS  PHOTOS  MORE PHOTOS

    NEW! Friday, August 3: Beisel Youth Freestyle Clinic, Roger Williams University Aquatic Center, Bristol, RI. Olympian and Saunderstown native Elizabeth Beisel will provide freestyle swim technique instruction to 8-to-12-year olds at 10 AM and 13-to-18-year-olds at 11:30 AM. There will be time for photos. Spaces are limited. Part of the $50 registration will benefit Save The Bay.

    Saturday,  August 4: 42nd Annual Save The Bay – Narragansett Bay Swim, from Newport Navy Base, Newport, to Potter Cove, Jamestown, RI. Iconic 1.7 nautical mile (~2 statute mile) open water swim across the channel along the span of the Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge. $400 fundraising minimum. With up to 500 swimmers, this event is Save The Bay’s largest annual fundraiser to help protect and restore the Narragansett Bay region. Join our SwimRI Save The Bay Team, swim with Olympian and Save The Bay Ambassador Elizabeth Beisel and get in on our team shirts, photo, mimosa brunch at “The Ganny,” and potential team party later that day (TBD).
    RESULTS  PHOTOS  ProJo  Newport Daily News  Jamestown Press

    Wednesday, August 8: Salty Brine Swim Charity Dinner to benefit the Alzheimer's Association @ George's of Galilee Restaurant, Narragansett, RI. Casual $10 dinner buffet at 7:15pm after the 6pm NOSE open-water training swim at scenic Salty Brine State Beach. Please click the "Chip In" button to pay $10 for the buffet and be added to the RSVP list. Donations to the charity will be accepted onsite via cash or check (made out to Alzheimer's Association) or online via the Tribute Fund page at http://act.alz.org/goto/pauline-capobianco.

    Saturday, September 8: Swim Across America Rhode Island Open Water Swim, Roger Wheeler Beach, Narragansett, RI. One-mile and half-mile fundraising open water swims to support cancer research and clinical trials at Women and Infants Hospital Rhode Island. $250 fundraising minimum. The 2017 event sold out with ~600 swimmers and multiple Olympians on hand. Last year SwimRI continued the post-Swim festivities on the beachfront deck at George’s of GalileeJoin SwimRI's SAA-RI fundraising team.

    See the SwimRI UPCOMING RACES & EVENTS webpage for more open water and pool events of potential interest to local competitive and recreational swimmers.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1278724 2018-04-30T15:05:43Z 2018-04-30T15:27:33Z Naval Station Newport practice schedule returns to evenings
    SwimRI-Newport Navy Lobsters @ Naval Station Newport
    Coached practices Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-7:00pm at the six-lane, 25-meter John H. Chafee Pool. Base pass required.

    This group caters to DoD employees and their families, and includes some non-DoD civilians. To make arrangements for non-DoD civilians to get on base for swim practice contact mikegarr@msn.com or (401) 741-7193 or attend as the guest of someone with a base pass.

    Most of the coaches are USMS-certified and SwimRI members. Some swimmers are SwimRI members, most are not. Written workouts are available to morning swimmers during lap swim hours without coaching or dedicated lanes.


    Contacts: Mike Garr (SwimRI), mikegarr@msn.com or (401) 741-7193
                      Rachel Meyer (MWR aquatics head), rachel.m.meyer@navy.mil or (401) 841-2268
                      Bob Nelson (SwimRI), Diann Uustal (SwimRI)

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1278360 2018-04-29T19:41:30Z 2018-04-29T19:49:25Z Practices at Cumberland High School on hold due to maintenance issues

    April 29, 2018 -- Masters practices at Cumberland High School were canceled the past two weeks due to maintenance issues -- check the pool status with Coach Jeff Miksis at jmiksis@enviousswimming.com before attending. For the time being these Masters swimmers are going to Bryant University's Mon/Wed/Thursday practices from 5:15 to 6:30am. $5 drop-ins for USMS members.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1257204 2018-03-05T16:25:59Z 2018-05-08T20:37:57Z Join SwimRI's team for the 2018 Save The Bay Swim!

    Click here to join SwimRI’s team for the 2018 Save The Bay Swim and help us support and protect a healthy Narragansett Bay. This 42-year-old event is a 1.7-mile fundraising open-water swim across the channel from the Naval War College in Newport to Potter's Cove in Jamestown, Rhode Island. This year's Swim will take place on August 4th.

    Anyone swimming, kayaking or raising money for Save The Bay is welcome to join our team. This year we're honored to welcome Save The Bay Ambassador and former Olympian Elizabeth Beisel to our SwimRI team. We always take a team photo in SwimRI t-shirts before the Swim, and often hold a team social event later that day.

    For the past several years the SwimRI team and its predecessor (the former Newport Athletic Club team) has been the largest team at this event, both in the number of participants and the aggregate funds raised -- usually $20K to $40K.

    Your participation will help support Save The Bay's mission to protect and improve Narragansett Bay as a swimmable, fishable, healthy waterway that is accessible to all and recognized as the natural treasure it is.

    Save The Bay defends the public's right to use and enjoy the Bay and its surrounding waters, and it fosters an ethic of environmental stewardship among people who live in or visit the Narragansett Bay region.

    Save the Bay's leadership, staff and volunteers support an ecosystem-based approach to environmental action:

    • The Narragansett Baykeeper, Narragansett Bay Riverkeeper and South County Coastkeeper act as watchdogs to ensure the Bay and its watershed is protected.
    • Educators keep the public aware of the importance of our waters and teach good stewardship.
    • The policy team works with state and local governments to pass laws that protect the Bay and keep lines of communication open with lawmakers on the importance of environmental action.
    • The habitat restoration team restores and improves the ecological health of coastal habitats and watershed areas.

    Click here to join our SwimRI Save The Bay Team. You do NOT need to be a USMS-registered Masters swimmer. However, if you're interested in our SwimRI Masters swim team and social network check out the rest of this website and our Facebook page or contact douglas.sayles@SwimRI.org.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1246576 2018-02-12T16:17:27Z 2018-12-18T18:37:22Z 2/11/2018 Hour Swim Results & Reminders


    Recap of SwimRI's USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship heats at Roger Williams University on Sunday, February 11, 2018:

    • 45 New England Masters Swim Club members (42 SWMR, 2 SCY, 1 UNAT)

    • Aggregate yards = 175,305
      • Average yards per swimmer = 3,895.67

    • Notable swims:
      • 4,975 -- Rob Allen, aka Rob 2.0, most yardage men (+ 5,180 on 1/21 at St. George's School)
      • 4,775 -- Albert Garcia, 2nd most yardage men
      • 4,675 -- Kaitlin Wilcoxen, most yardage women & highest female first-timer
      • 4,595 -- Eric "Aqua Hydrate" Burtchell, highest male first-timer
      • 4,580 -- Jill Lancaster, 2nd most yardage women
      • 4,490 -- Trent Theroux, all backstroke!

    • Total yardage betting pool results (18 guesses, $90 pot, winner takes all)
      • Winner: Wayne Grover (off by 325y)
      • Albert Garcia (off by 450y)
      • Rob Torgerson, aka Rob 1.0 (off by 505y)
      • Matt Gilson (off by 695y)
    • $970 donated to the RWU college swim team
      • Thanks to Coach Matt Emmert, the RWU college team and SwimRI volunteers & family members for counting/timing.

    • ~25 swimmers, volunteers & family attended a fun post-swim lunch at Aidan's Pub.

    REMINDERS:

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1226660 2018-01-04T20:14:26Z 2018-02-08T17:19:41Z RSVP list for USMS 1-Hour Swim at RWU on Feb 11, 2018
    Below is the RSVP list to date for local organized heats of the Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship on February 11th at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. 48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats. Click here for details on how to participate.

    Confirmed swimmers:  48
    Remaining open spots:  0
    People on waiting list:    0
    1. Jessica Ackerman
    2. George Alexandre
    3. Rob Allen
    4. Jill Beveridge
    5. Catherine Brunell
    6. Eric Burtchell
    7. Stefanie Carter
    8. Steph Cotsonas
    9. Lynne Czech
    10. John Dickmann
    11. Sara Dinardo
    12. Chris Dockray
    13. Chris Doppke
    14. Lynnette Dow
    15. Paul Dow
    16. Kaan Duru
    17. Theresa Ferreira
    18. Daniel Force
    19. Brian Franco
    20. Albert Garcia
    21. Jeanne Garr
    22. Mike Garr
    23. Matt Gilson
    24. Neil Greenspan
    25. Bart Grimes
    26. Wayne Grover
    27. Rita Hansen
    28. Steve Imbusch
    29. Jill Lancaster
    30. Gillian Langton
    31. Kathy Lewis
    32. Tom Manfredi
    33. Jen Morin
    34. Seann Mulcahy
    35. Donna Neuendorf
    36. Bruce Novis
    37. Jim Porter
    38. Mark Rafferty
    39. Lisa Rauschert
    40. John Roccabello
    41. Jillian Scheider
    42. Doug Shemin
    43. Elliot Silva
    44. Don Sorterup
    45. Marianne Teixeira
    46. Trent Theroux
    47. Rob Torgerson
    48. Kaitlin Wilcoxen

    To be added to the waiting list, contact douglas.sayles@swimri.org.

    We ask all confirmed swimmers to honor their commitment. However, we can often accommodate swimmers from the waiting list due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances that require previously confirmed swimmers to drop out.


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1222212 2017-12-26T16:54:43Z 2018-02-12T16:50:58Z 2017 Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship - Local Heats

    The SwimRI and South County Y workout groups are once again helping New England Masters Swim Club defend its title in the Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship by running organized heats for 2018 USMS-NEM members.

    This is a USMS-sanctioned event where you swim whatever stroke(s) you wish for one hour, at whatever pace you wish, continuously or with rest breaks, with a counter/timer recording your incremental times/yardage on the official split sheet. After completing your swim, you must officially enter your results online by March 1st so that your individual and club results count versus others nationwide.

    February 11th @ Roger Williams University in Bristol (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)

    Check-in and warm-up open at 8:00am. Heats start at 9:00, 10:20 & 11:40. Cost is ~$15 per swimmer (additional donations accepted). Proceeds go to the RWU swim team -- the college swimmers count/time for us. Some heat 3 swimmers choose to do a side-by-side interval-based workout together rather than continuous swim. Swimmer spots are available for USMS members affiliated with New England Masters Swim Club (NEM). Post-swim lunch at Aidan's Irish Pub.
    As an added incentive, each participant in the RWU heats will have the option to contribute $5 to the winner-takes-all Total Yardage Betting Pool. To see last year's results, click here.
    RSVP to douglas.sayles@swimri.org with your prioritized heat preferences (e.g., 2-1-3). 
    January 28th @ St. George's School in Middletown (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)

    Priority given to SCY and SwimRI members who practice with Coach Fred Bartlett at the South County Y. There may be room for other NEM Swim Club members at Fred's discretion if/as space allows. Heats start ~8:10, ~9:35 & ~10:55. Cost is usually ~$10 per swimmer. Swimmers generally time/count for those in other heats. There is usually a post-swim luncheon. For more info contact Fred Bartlett at swimtrirunman@aol.com.

    Can't join us on the above dates?

    We may run additional organized heats if there is enough interest/demand. Otherwise, ask a coach or friend to time/count for you during January-February and submit your results online before the March 1st entry deadline.

    Every yard counts toward NEM Swim Club's total!
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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1216147 2017-12-13T17:20:26Z 2017-12-13T21:44:18Z Highlights from the 2017 New England LMSC & Colonies Zone SCM Championships
    December 8-10, 2017, at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Click here to view the full meet results.

    ENTHUSIASTIC NEWCOMERS:
    Last weekend the following SwimRI members participated in their first New England LMSC Short Course Meters Championship: Rob Allen (a.k.a. Rob 2.0), Joe “I only do sprints” Bevilacqua, Eagle Scout Eric “Aqua Hydrate” Burtchell, Dr. Lisa “I finally got a day off” Rauschert, Barrington’s Aaron Shute (Where have you been hiding?), Robot Man Elliot Silva, and Rob “I’d rather be swimming open water” Torgerson (a.k.a. Rob 1.0).

    Returning SwimRI competitors included Angie Bonin, Mathew Card, Paul Dow, Kaan Duru, Majed ElTurkmani, Matthew Gilson, Jill Lancaster, Tim Morse, Seann Mulcahy, Keri Nappi, Donna Neuendorf, John Roccabello, Douglas Sayles, Trent Theroux, Diann Uustal, Connor Wallace, Stephanie Winslow and Phillip Wright.

    BEER MAN IS BACK!
    It was great to see SwimRI veteran Tim Morse return to action. Beer Man swam four events and posted a great time in the Men’s 65-69 1500m Freestyle. Nice job, and welcome back Tim!

    SWIMRI TEAM HIGH POINT SCORERS & MVP:
    Rob Allen -- 12 events, 117 points, 3 records. Rob destroyed all of his seed times, swam in every relay event, and was clearly SwimRI’s MVP. Congrats Rob on a great meet!

    Stephanie Winslow -- 11 events, 104 points. Good job, Steph, and thanks for taking care of the caps and t-shirts!

    RELAYS ROCK!
    This year SwimRI did not have enough swimmers or splashes at the meet to viably compete for the team points award (Sorry, Frank). However, our relay performances were outstanding -- 13 of our 16 relay entries beat their seed time, yielding 2 meet records, 9 age-group first places, 4 second places, 1 third, 1 fourth and 1 impressive “flying start” disqualification.

    In addition, several of SwimRI’s individual and relay performances at WPI should make the 2017 USMS Top Ten rankings, including the Women's 160-199 200m Freestyle Relay of Nappi/Bonin/Neuendorf/Lancaster that went 3.56 seconds faster than SwimRI's 2016 #1 (All American) time in this event!

    NOTABLE SWIMRI SMACKDOWNS:
    Providence College Alumni Eric Burtchell ‘13 and Trent Theroux ‘89 faced off in adjacent lanes for a Millennial vs. Gen X smackdown in the first leg of the Men’s 400m Medley Relay. Burtchell flashed impressive early speed, but in the home stretch Old Man Theroux closed the gap on his fatigued fellow Friar to claim backstroke bragging rights this time ‘round.

    The penultimate heat of the Men's 200m Freestyle was equally entertaining, with 10 fast dudes surging, ebbing and battling it out for eight painful lengths. SwimRI tricenarian Connor Wallace placed third, just edging out a group of quadragenarian and quinquagenarian friends that included the meet high-point scorer Guy Davis and SwimRI teammates Matt Gilson and Kaan Duru. It was a fun race to watch.

    SHOUT-OUTS:
    Ageless wonders Diann Uustal, who at age 71 set six NE-LMSC and six meet records, and Phil Wright, who at age 70 set 4 meet records. Matt Card, who finished first in all 5 of his events. Seann Mulcahy for crushing last year’s SCM times and continuing to improve in every race. John Roccabello for a great swim in the 200 free. Majed Elturkmani for beating the seed times in all 12 of his events. Rob 1.0 for contributing to the team in 12 events, including all the relays. Matt Gilson for rebounding after a down year last year. Paul Dow on a nice 50 free. Kaan Duru for always being a great relay closer, and for hanging in there in a tough 200 free heat. Elliot Silva and Eric Burtchell for their youthful upbeat attitudes, and Eric for supplying the team with “enhanced” water. And finally, a special shout-out to all of the SwimRI women who showed up for, well, being as awesome as we all know you are!

    Also, getting a flat tire in the snow storm en route to Saturday’s team dinner was a bummer, so thanks to Captain Connor’s vehicle maintenance & taxi service for being on call and salvaging the evening for Doug and Stephanie.

    AGE GROUP RECORDS BROKEN:
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Rob Allen, 50-54 1500m Free (18:01.36)
    Meet -- Rob Allen, 50-54 400m Free (4:30.80)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 50m Fly (35.51)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 50m Free (33.35)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 100m IM (1:25.87)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 50m Back (39.08)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 100m Back (1:27.22)
    NE-LMSC & Meet -- Diann Uustal, 70-74 50m Breast (46.67)
    Meet -- Phil Wright, 70-74 50m Fly (36.98) Meet -- Phil Wright, 70-74 50m Free (31.68)
    Meet -- Phil Wright, 70-74 100m Free (1:13.88)
    Meet -- Phil Wright, 70-74 50m Breast (41.35)
    Meet -- Lancaster/Bonin/Nappi/Neuendorf, Women 160-199 400m Medley Relay (5:11.18)
    Meet -- Theroux/Allen/Sayles/Bevilacqua, Men 200-239 400m Medley Relay (4:51.94)

    UPCOMING EVENTS:
    Upcoming annual SwimRI events include our 2018 USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship heats at RWU in January and the 2018 New England LMSC Short Course Yards Championships at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool on March 11 & 16-18.

    To help prepare for these events, make your Harvard meet hotel reservations now, stay in shape and maintain team camaraderie by attending some weekend practices -- 7:15 AM Saturdays at St. George’s School in Middletown (now accepting drop-in guests) and/or Coach Trent’s 7:30 AM Sunday theme practices at East Providence Boys & Girls Club.

    Great job at WPI everyone. Thanks for braving the snowstorm and making our NE-LMSC SCM Championships a success. See you in the pool!
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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1205525 2017-11-15T17:42:29Z 2017-11-18T17:09:22Z Team Rosters for 6th Annual SwimRI "Stuffies vs Steamers" Dual Meet - Nov 18th
    Our 6th Annual SwimRI "Stuffies vs Steamers" Dual Meet will take place this Saturday, November 18th, at Providence College's Taylor Natatorium in Providence, R.I. Warm-up is at 3:00 p.m. The meet runs from 3:30 to ~5:30. Spectators and hecklers welcome!

    This event is a high-school-style dual meet where each of the swimmers listed below races in 1-2 individual events and 1-2 relays. Team lineups and meet sheets are determined by the captains -- Doug Sayles for Stuffies and Trent Theroux for Steamers. In each of the prior encounters, the last relay determined the victorious team. The series stands at 3-2 in the Stuffies favor.

    Order of events:
    200 Medley Relay (4 x 50), 200 Free, 200 IM, 50 Free, 200 Free Relay (4 x 50), 800 Free Relay (4 x 8 x 25), BREAK, 100 Fly, 100 Free, 400 Free, 100 Back, 100 Breast, Surprise Relay.

    The meet sheet will be posted on deck on Saturday. Almost all of the events are coed -- one event will have separate men's and women's heats -- and there are a couple of other twists, including the final "fun" relay.

    Team Party/Dinner:
    By tradition, the losing team buys the first round for the winners after the meet at Ladder 133 Sports Bar & Grill, 133 Douglas Avenue, Providence. Most people stay for dinner and some bring family/guests.

    Swimmers, if you have not already done so, please email douglas.sayles@swimri.org if you are bringing family/guests to dinner or if you are not staying for dinner.

    Meet Roster: $20 per person payable at check-in

    Stuffies Steamers
    Matthew Alford Jessica Ackerman
    Robert Allen George Alexandre
    Angelina Bonin Alana  Aubin
    Eric Burtchell Joe Bevilacqua
    Mathew Card Erin Briskie
    Sara Dinardo Stefanie Carter
    Kaan Duru Stephanie Cotsonas
    Majed Elturkmani Chris Dockray
    Alford Green  Chris Doppke
    Bart Grimes Paul Dow
    Derek Jakoboski Lori Geisler
    Carolyn KielyKilpatrick Matthew Gilson
    Rosanne Leith Alford Neil Greenspan
    Diane Leith-Doucett Stephen Imbusch
    Donna Neuendorf Jill Lancaster
    Bruce Novis Brian McKenna
    Alexis Santoro Seann Mulcahy
    Douglas Sayles Keri Nappi
    Jillian Schneider Elliot Silva
    Rob Torgerson Trent Theroux
    Elizabeth Welch Connor Wallace
    Kaitlin Wilcoxen Stephanie Winslow
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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1190605 2017-09-12T07:01:40Z 2017-09-12T09:05:19Z SwimRI turns out for Swim Across America - Rhode Island Swim

    September 9, 2017 -- Roger Wheeler State Beach, Narragansett, Rhode Island.

    Despite the serious purpose behind the annual Swim Across America-Rhode Island Swim -- the motto for which is "Making Waves to Fight Cancer" -- the clear skies, large turnout, upbeat music and festive vibe surrounding this year's fundraising event was more than welcome after a summer swim season that saw the cancellation of four R.I. open water events and two others held in less-than-stellar weather.

    However, on this near-perfect Saturday morning, three dozen SwimRI team members arrived early, displayed their trademark enthusiasm and team camaraderie, and stayed well after the finish to revel in the sun and sand before moving the gathering to the upper deck of George's of Galilee just down the beach at Salty Brine.

    The day's pre-swim ceremonies included a moment of remembrance and dedication, acknowledgements by SAA CEO Rob Butcher, statements from Providence College Head Swim Coach John O'Neill, doctors and clinical researchers from Womens & Infants Hospital, and heartfelt remarks from a local cancer survivor. Overall, there were well over 500 swimmers -- including over 200 college swimmers and coaches -- who collectively raised more than $180,000 in donations to support local cancer research.

    Kudos on a job well done to SAA event director and former USMS-NEM member Kathleen Tetreault, the SAA staff and volunteers -- including USMS-NEM members Rick Osterberg, birthday girl Jessica Stokes, Jennifer Dowling, Tom Phillips and Ildiko Szekely -- Olympians Liz Beisel, Alex Meyer, Craig Beardsley and Clara Lamore Walker, and all of the event participants and patrons.

    Special thanks to our SwimRI SAA team captain Alexis Santoro and to Frank McQuiggan for rallying the troops. Next year we anticipate an even bigger SwimRI turnout and hope to raise more funds in support of this worthy cause and very well-run event.

    Additional event photos are posted on the SwimRI Facebook page.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1141840 2017-03-27T11:25:37Z 2017-04-28T09:43:58Z Spring 2017 Saturday Practice Schedules

    Below are the SwimRI 2017 April-June Saturday morning Masters practice schedules. USMS membership is not required at Roger Williams University or Pods Swimming, but is required at St. George's School. For complete Masters practice schedules see Locations & Schedules. Also see Upcoming Races & Events.

    @ Roger Williams University in Bristol:

    Dates: 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/22, 5/6, 5/27, 6/3, 6/10
    Time: 7:15-9:00 a.m. (8 lanes)
    Coach: Matt Emmert or Connor Devers
    $5 drop-in fee payable to coach on deck.

    @ Pods Swimming in East Providence:

    Dates: 4/29, 5/13, 5/20
    Time: 7:00-8:30 a.m.
    6 lanes 7:00-8;00, 5 lanes 8:00-8:30, 4 lap/warm down lanes @ 8:30.
    Saturday practices are written, swimmer-led workout unless otherwise indicated.
    $5 drop-in fee or membership. To save time, sign the waiver and pay online.

    @ St. George's School in Middletown:

    Dates: 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, 5/20
    General warmup: 7:00 a.m. (8 lanes)
    Structured practice: 7:15-9:00 a.m.
    Coach: Mike Toolin
    USMS membership required.
    Click here to view St. George's payment requirements.

    Note: Saturday practices at CCRI-Lincoln are over until next season.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1140579 2017-03-21T21:40:52Z 2017-03-21T23:29:43Z SwimRI Places 2nd at 2017 New England LMSC SCY Championships

    SwimRI placed second out of 75 teams at the New England LMSC Short Course Yards Championships held at Harvard University's Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass., March 12 & 17-19. Outmanned 52 to 101 in registered swimmers by first-place Charles River Masters (6785.5 points), SwimRI (3674 points) held off Maine Masters' 56 swimmers (3267 points). Our friends on the 32-swimmer South County Y team placed sixth overall (2596 points). SwimRI's top male point scorer was 76-year-old Douglas Shearer with an impressive 159 points, and the team's top woman scorer was 49-year-old Donna Neuendorf with 144 points. Click here to view the full meet results.

    SwimRI 1st Place Individual Swims

    Women:
    30-34 Erin Briskie: 100 back. 200 back, 50 fly, 200 breast
    35-39 Keri Nappi: 100 back
    40-45 Jill Lancaster: 100 free, 100 IM, 50 fly
    45-49 Lynne Simmons: 1650 free, 200 IM
    45-49 Donna Neuendorf: 100 back, 200 back
    50-54 Mary Walton: 1000 free, 100 breast

    Men:
    35-39 Jason Osuga: 50 back
    40-44 Chris Dockray: 1650 free
    45-49 Trent Theroux: 100 back
    70-74 Bob Nelson: 200 IM
    70-74 Tom Manfredi: 100 fly, 100 IM, 50 Fly
    75-79 Doug Shearer: 50 back, 200 fly, 100 fly, 400 IM, 100 back

    SwimRI Winning Relay Teams

    Repeating last year’s stellar performance, SwimRI's top relay combination was once again Steph Cotsonas, Mary Walton, Lynne Simmons and Donna Neuendorf, who placed first in all four relays in the 45+ age group. Most impressive was their 400 Medley Relay time of 4:47.98, which is 0.89 seconds faster than last year when they ranked #1 nationally.

    Women 25+:
    200 Medley - Stephanie Winslow, Sara Finatii, Erin Briskie, Jill Lancaster
    400 free - Jill Lancaster, Sara Finatii, Keri Nappi, Erin Briskie

    Women 35+:
    200 Free - Amy Verreault, Stephanie Winslow, Keri Nappi, Jill Lancaster

    Women 45+:
    200 Free, 400 Free, 200 Medley, 400 Medley - Lynne Simmons, Mary Walton, Steph Cotsonas, Donna Neuendorf

    Men 45+:
    200 Free - Albert Garcia, Douglas Sayles, Trent Theroux, Kaan Duru
    400 Free - Trent Theroux, Albert Garcia, Kaan Duru, Douglas Sayles
    400 Medley - Trent Theroux, Albert Garcia, Kaan Duru, Matthew Gilson

    Mixed 25+:
    200 Free - Tim Clancy, Angie Bonin, Sara Finati, Mathew Card

    Mixed 45+:
    200 Free - Majed ElTurkmani, Carolyn Kilpatrick, Kylee Hitz, Paul Dow


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1137407 2017-03-10T00:15:20Z 2017-03-31T15:23:35Z Wednesday eve practices at new Pods Swimming pool start March 22nd Starting March 22, 2017, there will be a weekly Masters practice each Wednesday from 6:00-7:30pm at the new Pods Swimming Aquatics Center's 6-lane, 25-yard pool located at 111 Commercial Way in East Providence. This is a swimmer-led written workout adapted for different levels (no regular on-deck coach). Lap swim is also available every day of the week.

    Cost: $25 monthly facility membership ($15 seniors, $40 couples) or $50 for 10 visits or $5 drop-in fee. You may register for any of these options onsite but are encouraged to sign the facility waiver and pay online. For Masters practices select one of the lap swim options.

    Contacts: Pods Swimming Program Manager - jamie.pascale@podsswimming.com or (401) 337-5678
                      SwimRI - douglas.sayles@swimri.org or (401) 633-5756








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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1136475 2017-03-06T23:43:59Z 2017-03-06T23:44:58Z Join SwimRI's team for the 2017 Save The Bay Swim!

    Join SwimRI's team for the Save The Bay Swim and help us support and protect a healthy Narragansett Bay.

    Anyone swimming, kayaking or raising money for Save The Bay is welcome to join our team for this year's Swim. We always take an enthusiastic team photo in SwimRI t-shirts before the Swim, and we sometimes hold a family-friendly team party later that day (TBD).

    For the past several years the SwimRI team and its predecessor (the former Newport Athletic Club team) has been the largest team at this event, both in the number of participants and the aggregate funds raised -- usually $20K to $40K.

    You do NOT need to be a USMS-registered Masters swimmer to join our Save The Bay team.

    Thank you for supporting Save The Bay!


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1135263 2017-03-01T22:00:06Z 2017-03-01T22:01:56Z Mr. Enthusiasm crests 5,000 yards in 1-Hour ePostal Swim

    On the evening of February 27th, “Maestro” Matthew Jaroszewicz (a.k.a. Mr. Enthusiasm) swam exactly 5,000y in an hour at Brown, making him SwimRI’s high-yardage man for this year’s 1-Hour ePostal Swim. On the back half he fell nine seconds off his goal pace, but rallied with a 5:51 last 500 and a painful 1:05 last 100 to touch the wall at 59:59. His counter made a scene screaming encouragement during the final kick. Great effort, Matthew!


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1129700 2017-02-08T19:53:59Z 2017-02-08T19:53:59Z Feb 9th St. George's practice canceled

    Due to the forecast snow storm, the Thursday Feb. 9th morning Masters practice at St. George's School has been canceled.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1125377 2017-01-23T18:27:38Z 2017-12-26T18:08:13Z 1/22/2017 Hour Swim Results & Reminders

    Recap of SwimRI's three USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship heats at Roger Williams University:

    • 46 New England Masters Swim Club members (45 SWMR, 1 UNAT)

    • Aggregate yards = 173,415
      • Average yards per swimmer = 3,769.89

    • Notable swims:
      • 4,825 -- Albert Garcia, most yardage men
      • 4,670 -- Jill Lancaster, most yardage women
      • 4,725 -- Chris Dockray, highest male first-timer
      • 4,335 -- Sara Finati, highest female first-timer

    • Total yardage betting pool results (20 guesses, $100 pot, winner takes all)
      • Winner: Steph Cotsonas (off by 235y)
      • Doug Sayles (off by 370y)
      • Rita Hansen (off by 1,225y)
      • Trent Theroux (off by 1,295y)
      • Donna Neuendorf (off by 1,365y)
    • $900 donated to the RWU college swim team
      • Thanks to Coach Matt Emmert and his swimmers for counting/timing!

    • 25-30 swimmers, friends & family attended a fun post-swim lunch at Aidan's Pub

    REMINDERS:

    Thanks for participating everyone, and good luck to our other NEM SwimRI and South County Y friends on their upcoming hour swims!


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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1127330 2017-01-18T20:08:00Z 2018-01-15T17:59:12Z Fit for 60s: Paul Dow, Swimmer

    From Newport Mercury, 1/18/2017:

    Paul Dow swims butterfly at the Newport Athletic Club. Photo by Dave Hansen.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1122472 2017-01-11T22:42:38Z 2018-01-15T17:55:20Z "Swimming isn't a sport, it's a lifestyle." - Diann Uustal

    From The Newport Daily News, 1/9/2017:

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1121274 2017-01-07T18:39:59Z 2017-01-12T19:33:26Z January 22nd Hour Swim heat assignments at RWU

    Heat assignments for the 2017 Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship on January 22nd
    @ Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats):

    Check-in and warm-up open at 8:00am. Cost is ~$15 per swimmer (additional donations accepted) cash or check made out to "Roger Williams University." Proceeds benefit the RWU swim team -- those college swimmers will count/time for us.
    We have rented the pool and, barring emergency, expect all 48 swimmers to honor their commitment.
    This is a USMS-sanctioned event. All swimmers in the RWU heats must be current (2017) USMS members affiliated with New England Masters Swim Club. You may swim whatever stroke(s) you wish, at whatever pace you wish, continuously or with rest breaks. However, you must read the event rules before swimming and officially enter your results online after swimming. 
    Lane assignments will be posted onsite. "Workout" swimmers listed above will be positioned side-by-side. Bruce Novis is bringing the Heat 1 workout for him and Sara Dinardo. Donna Neuendorf is bringing the workout for the seven Heat 3 workout swimmers identified above. As far as I know all other swimmers are doing continuous swim or their own thing and will be positioned in proximity to other swimmers of similar ability to the degree possible. Lane assignments will be posted onsite.
    Everyone is invited to post-swim lunch at Aidan's Irish Pub.
    Thanks, and please direct any questions to douglas.sayles@swimri.org or (401) 633-5756.
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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1120279 2017-01-03T21:18:17Z 2017-01-03T21:34:04Z 2017 NE-LMSC SCY Championships order of events & preliminary timeline

    The order events and preliminary timeline for the 2017 New England LMSC Short Course Yards Championship Meet at Harvard (March 11 & 17-19) are posted at http://www.meetresults.com/2017/nelmscscy/schedule.shtml. Registration will open soon. If you haven't done so already, book your hotel rooms ASAP!

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1119256 2016-12-30T14:31:58Z 2016-12-30T15:43:35Z New Year's Weekend Practice Schedules

    Saturday 12/31: 7:15 a.m. at St. George's School in Middletown (pool opens at 7:00), and 8:00 a.m. (pool opens at 7:45) at CCRI-Lincoln.

    Sunday 1/1: No formal practices. Possible impromptu morning practice at Newport Athletic Club.

    Monday 1/2: 7:30 a.m. at East Providence Boys & Girls Club.

    See Locations & Schedules for more details about these practice venues.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1118379 2016-12-26T22:55:36Z 2017-01-03T20:50:26Z 2017 Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship - Local Heats

    The SwimRI and South County Y workout groups are once again helping New England Masters Swim Club defend its title in the two-month-long Speedo USMS 1-Hour ePostal National Championship by running organized heats for 2017 USMS-NEM members. This is a sanctioned, participatory event. You may swim whatever stroke(s) you wish, at whatever pace you wish, continuously or with rest breaks. However, if you participate in our organized heats you must officially enter your results online.

    For past years' results, click here. To read about the long history of the 1-Hour Swim, click here.

    January 22nd @ Roger Williams University in Bristol (48 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 3 heats)
    All heats full as of 1/2. Waiting list.
    Check-in and warm-up open at 8:00am. Heats start at 9:00, 10:20 & 11:40. Cost is ~$15 per swimmer (additional donations accepted). Proceeds go to the RWU swim team -- the college swimmers will count/time for us. RSVP required to douglas.sayles@swimri.org with your prioritized heat preferences (e.g., 2-1-3). Some heat 3 swimmers usually choose to do a side-by-side interval-based workout together rather than continuous swim. Post-swim lunch at Aidan's Irish Pub.
    January 29th @ St. George's School in Middletown (32 swimmers = 2 per lane x 8 lanes x 2 heats)
    All heats full as of 12/29. Waiting list.

    SCY and SwimRI members who participate in Fred Bartlett's South County Y practices are given priority. Other NEM Swim Club members welcome if/as space allows. Heat 1: 11:30am warm up, heat starts at 11:45. Heat 2: 12:45pm warm up, heat starts at 1:00. Cost is ~$10 per swimmer. Swimmers in one heat usually time/count for those in the other heat. Post-swim lunch at 3:00pm at Turtle Soup in Narragansett. For more info contact Fred Bartlett at swimtrirunman@aol.com.

    Other heats TBD:
    • There will be a makeup heat at CCRI-Lincoln on a Saturday in February, probably around 9:45 or 10 a.m. Date TBD.
    • Fred is running one SCM heat at South County Y on February 5th. Priority given to people who practice there.
    Can't join us on the above dates? Ask a coach or friend to time for you during January-February and submit your results online via the official event website by March 10thEvery yard counts toward NEM Swim Club's total!

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1117322 2016-12-21T20:57:24Z 2016-12-21T23:09:35Z Saturday practice holiday schedule

    On December 24th Frank McQuiggan will coach the 8 a.m. practice at CCRI-Lincoln. The pool opens at 7:45. Bring fins if you have them. There is no practice at St. George's School in Middletown.

    On December 31st there are regularly scheduled practices at both CCRI-Lincoln and St. George's School.

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    tag:swimri.org,2013:Post/1114693 2016-12-12T02:01:53Z 2016-12-16T01:47:09Z SwimRI #1 medium team at 2016 NE-LMSC SCM Championships

    Congrats to the 29 SwimRI members at WPI (listed below) who brought home the team gold. Hope to see more of you at this great meet next year!

    With Angelina Bonin, Vincent Burks, Mathew Card, Stephen Carll, Kaan Duru, Majed Elturkmani, Sara Finati, Albert Garcia, Michael Garr, Matthew Gilson, Matthew Jaroszewicz, Duje Jelaska, Stephen Johnson, Carolyn KielyKilpatrick, Jill Lancaster, Thomas Manfredi, Frank McQuiggan, Seann Mulcahy, Keri Nappi, Robert Nelson, Donna Neuendorf, John Roccabello, Douglas Sayles, Michael Scott, Steven Sluter, Trent Theroux, Diann Uustal, Connor Wallace and Stephanie Winslow.

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