Groups @ Long Beach
Narwhal (LB): This group is comprised of swimmers ages 9& under. The goal is to learn to complete all 4 strokes legally. Swimmers will begin to compete at a basic level. Practices are geared mostly towards technique at this level.
Silver (LB): This group is for swimmers ages 11 - 16. Swimmers in this group must be able to swim all 4 strokes and have a strong understanding of starts, turns, and finishes. Practices at this level are a combination of training and technique.
Blue (LB): Blue group is comprised of swimmers ages 8-12. Swimmers will learn to train and compete at a level appropriate for their age and ability. Practices at this level are focused on building both an aerobic base and speed necessary for success. Target meets for the Blue group include Silvers, & Junior Olympics
White (LB): White group is comprised of swimmers ages 8-12. Swimmers will learn to train and compete at a level appropriate for their age and ability. Practices at this level are a combination of training and technique.
Gold (LB): Gold is for swimmers ages 13 and over. Swimmers will train and compete with their peers. Practices are focused to build both an aerobic base and speed necessary for success.
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For tryout information please email Coach Steve: SLieberman@longislandswimming.com or Coach Allison: AMuety@longislandswimming.com
Only Long Island aquatic Club outfitting and equipment are to be worn/used on deck during swim meets. As a Speedo sponsored team, LIAC items are only available for purchase through HobieSwim our Speedo Team Dealer. To purchase LIAC gear visit HobieSwim.com
Gold & Silver Group:
Kat Harris and Mike Ferris
Allison Muety & Dave Skudin
Steve Lieberman & Allison Muety
USA Swimming Olympic Trial Qualifiers
LIAC Safe Sport Coordinators
Keith Green: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabi Sofia: email@example.com
Contact USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578
Contact the U.S. Center for Safe Sport to make a report. Call (720) 524-5640 or use the online reporting form or find more information at: http://www.uscenterforsafesport.org/