Donner Swim Club
Donner Swim Club is a competitive swim program affiliated with USA Swimming and Indiana Swimming. We provide the greater Columbus community with the opportunity to participate in a formal, structured swimming program designed to meet the needs of young people.
The tradition continues:
Frog Lesson signups will begin on April 17th at Columbus North High School Natatorium at 5:30pm and continue until the schedule fills up.
Slots will fill up quickly!
Frog Lessons are 5 day, 30 minute, 1 on 1 swim lessons for ages 18 months (if they are ready to learn to swim) and up. Diving lessons also available, 3 or less in each lesson.
Cost is $64 per week.
Frog Lessons will start Mondays through Fridays from June 9th through July 4th. Classes are on the half hour starting at 8:00am with the last class of the day being at 12:30pm. Please contact Meika Sheridan for further questions. See you at the pool!
The Fitter and Faster Swim Tour is coming to our pool on June 1st for a very special swim clinic led by Olympians Claire Donahue and Adam Brown! This is an amazing opportunity for our team to swim with and learn from USA's best!
USA Swimming News
A sea of white shirts filled the auditorium of the West Wing building at the Olympic Training Center on Friday, April 11. These white shirts were on the backs of the 74 swimmers that make up the USA Swimming National Junior Team that visited Colorado Springs, Colo., for the annual National Junior Team Camp.
USA Swimming acknowledges the growing concern around concussions and in an effort to take a proactive position regarding concussion management and ensuring the safety of our membership, has developed a Consensus Statement on Concussion Management with guidelines around the identification and management of concussions at the club and LSC level, as well as during competitions.
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The USA Swimming Foundation has named Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as a member of its Affiliate Coalition. This alliance has been forged to help increase nationwide efforts to prevent drowning.
Breeja Larson had quite a career at Texas A&M, and after the 2012 Olympics and her final year as an Aggie swimmer last month at NCAAs, where she claimed another title, she’s looking forward to the future. She talks about the incredible teammates she has, and explains just why College Station is such a special place, in this week’s 20 Question Tuesday.