Fort Belvoir Swim Team Swim Meet Schedule
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Since he has been a part of the sport for so long, Suguiyama is learning from the fact that there is no single way to be successful as a coach or a program. There isn't just "one style" of coaching out there, and I've been really fortunate to be surrounded by a great staff at Curl-Burke.
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We're very close-knit and I can pick up the phone and call a colleague whenever the need arises," Suguiyama said. Looking forward in his career, Suguiyama sets goals beyond aspects of swimming and help his swimmers outside of the pool.
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It's important to me that my swimmers be successful and accomplish things like win races, break records, and go on to swim in college, but it's even more important to me that they go on to be successful in life. I want them to feel like after swimming at Curl-Burke, they can do anything they set their minds to and are willing to work for," Suguiyama said. In addition to being successful in life, Suguiyama encourages his swimmers to always give their best effort and push past obstacles.
There's a great saying that athletics doesn't build character but reveals it, and I like to ask my swimmers what their training and racing habits say about them.
With the combination of a fun, innovative, and an eager attitude, Suguiyama has left a strong impact with all of the swimmers he's around. He helps everyone with technique, race strategy, and goal setting. He encourages all of us to set goals each season, but without setting limits. In the medley relay, the sequence is backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle.
In all relays, each swimmer must wait until the previous swimmer touches the wall prior to leaving the deck. Running starts or pushes from teammates are not allowed.
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The NVSL age group divisions are: They aid swimmers in timing the turn and finish in backstroke. Usually, a swimmer counts how many strokes it takes them to reach the wall once they see the flags.
DECK The area around the swimming pool reserved for swimmers, officials, and coaches. A swimmer disqualifies themselves when they do not swim within the rules of the race. A DQ is given whenever the swimmer commits an infraction either at the start, while performing the stroke, at the turn if applicableor at the touch at the end of the race.
A DQ is a learning experience as it lets the swimmer and the coach know what needs correction. The Team Rep is the only person allowed to discuss or dispute a DQ with the referee. One event may consist of multiple heats or races, especially in a B meet. FALSE START A false start occurs when a swimmer moves after the starter has asked for swimmers to take their mark or when a swimmer anticipates the start horn and dives in ahead of the start.
A false start results in a disqualification. The swimmer approaches the wall on their front, tucks, does a forward flip, and pushes off the wall with their feet. HEAT One race of many in the same event. Since there are only so many lanes, multiple heats of the same event may be held, especially in B meets and Divisionals.
If there are 24 swimmers in an event and six lanes are used, then four heats must be held.
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A swimmer may finish first in their heat and but still not place in the event because swimmers in other heats have faster times. Swimmers swim each of the four strokes one length of the pool. The strokes are swum in the order of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle. The ladder is kept by the coaches and team reps to help determine how to place swimmers into individual and relay events for A meets, Relay Carnival, and Divisionals.
Parents may request to see the ladder to help them decide what events their swimmers should swim in B meets. LAP One length of the pool. In almost all NVSL pools this equals 25 meters.Pvs sr champs 2015
LEG The part of a relay event swum by a single team member. Also, a single stroke in the IM. LEGS A swimmer whose lower legs serve as a handholds for a fellow swimmer at the start of a backstroke race.
MEET A swim competition against another team or group of swimmers. The swimmer approaches the wall on their front, touches the wall with two hands, turns around, and pushes off the wall.
Setting a personal best is a great goal for an event or a meet. SEED What position a swimmer has in an event based on their fastest time in that event. Lane assignments are determined by seed time.