Our next swim meet is on March 6-7-8 in Oakdale Ca.

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Cindy’s Group practices at Twin Arbors on Cochran Rd. 3:30-4:45 pm, Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday and Thursdays

Troy’s Group practices at Twin Arbors on Cochran Rd. 4:45-5:30 pm, Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday and Thursdays

John’s Group is at Tokay Monday through Friday’s, 5:00-7:00 pm

Adrian’s Group is at Tokay Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday and Thursday’s, 5:30-6:30 pm

 

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Water Polo

18&Under Boys Water polo, Coach Porter’s

Monday through Fridays, 3:30-5:00 pm Tokay high

18 & Under Boys Water polo, Coach Rob and Trevor, 5:30-7:00 pm Monday and Wednesday’s, Tokay high

Girls water polo, Coach Rob and Trevor, 5:30-7:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday, Tokay high

Age Group water polo, Coach Rob and Trevor, 6:00-7:30 pm, Tuesday and Thursday, Tokay high

When school resumes in January weights with Mr. Holst, dates and times will be announced.

Reminder Upcoming Tournaments;
January 10 16&U girls at Merced tournament

January 11 18 & Under Boys, (Coach Porter’s) Lodi Blue at Merced Tournament

January 24/25 LWC hosting winter league tournament

January 24 Boys play and girls work

January 25 Girls play and boys work

January 25 18 & Under Boys, (Coach Porter’s) Lodi Blue at West Valley Tournament
February 7 16&U girls at Sacramento Tournament

February 8 18 & Under Boys, (Coach Porter’s) Lodi Blue at Sacramento Tournament

February 14&15 18 & Under Boys, (Coach Porter’s) Lodi Blue at Kap7 Tournament (Irvine)

Remember that to be the best program, to become the best team/club, to excel personally you must do more than the average more than the minimum. You must challenge yourself, you must challenge your teammates to push to the next level.

 

  
 
 
 USA Swimming and US Water polo registrations are due ASAP. You must
 be registered to be in the water January 1, 2015. USA Swimming
 registration is done through the Club. US Water polo you must go to
 http://cts.vresp.com/c/?LodiSwimClub/49fa80d7ba/db5314f5f5/07e9355d61. 
You will need a picture for US Water polo.

 

Fitter Faster Clinic on June 5-6-7, 2015

We will have a water polo clinic with Brenda Villa and a second national team member on the afternoon 12-3 pm on Friday, Saturday morning will be swimming with Kara Lynn Joyce and Larsen Jensen (see his 20 questions on USA Swimming website), Saturday afternoon a water polo clinic, advanced skills, with Brenda Villa and a second national team member and Sunday morning swimming clinic, High Performance with Kara Lynn Joyce and Larsen Jensen. Tickets go on sale Black Friday.http://fitterandfaster.com/
Lodiswimclub.com

Lodi Swim Club joins with Twin Arbors, Spare Time Club and Lodi Tri4kids to organize and lead a youth Triathlon program in Lodi. Please contact James Cota at (209) 329-0172

 

Splashball is designed to introduce the sport of water polo to children 5-9 years old. The intent is to provide basic skills and understanding of the sport in a recreational format. Although water polo is known for its toughness and endurance, SplashballTM harnesses all the fun, dynamic aspects of the game in a safe, easy to learn aquatic experience that will motivate kids to swim and stay fit.

Age Group – $55 registration fee payable to USA Water Polo & $100 for each session.            First session August 12 to September 4. Second session September 9 to October 2.     Tournament fees extra
This session will be held at Tuesday and Thursdays from 6:00-7:30 pm for older age groupers and 6:00-7:00/7:15 for the younger age groupers; as well as Saturdays TBA.

 

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Breakfast at the lake, 4th of July

Breakfast at the lake, 4th of July

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Afternoon practice at Tokay with our age group water polo and swim team. Those are good looking floating cages, versatility and mobility. For information call coach John, swimming 209 712-4382; coach Robert water polo 598-4087

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Lodi Swim Club Video

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Lodi Swim Club celebrates 45 years on Sunday October 7th, 2012

On Sunday October 7th at Tokay high the Lodi Swim Club will celebrate 45 years.

Come Join us!!

In 1967 a group of 20 families started the Lodi City Swim Club now 45 years later the Lodi Swim Club is having a birthday party. Hot dogs will be roasted, cake will be eaten and kids will be swimming. The party will start at noon on Sunday October 7th and go to 2:00 pm. Please join us, current and past members.

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Katie McLain athlete of the week

Athlete of the Week Katie McLain laps up success in the pool

 

Katie McLain

Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 7:47 am, Wed Aug 8, 2012.

By News-Sentinel Staff | 0 comments

Accomplishment: Eight-year-old Katie McLain has been following Olympic swimming closely over the past week — but her own work in the pool lately for Lodi Swim Club has been golden, too.

McLain took the high point total at last week’s meet in Sonora, winning six events and taking second in two more. McLain was first in the 25-, 50- and 100-yard freestyle; the 25- and 50-yard breaststroke and the 25-yard butterfly. She was runner-up in both the 25- and 50-yard backstroke.

Family: Jeff and Anne McLain, parents; one sister, Sarah, 7.

Favorite sport: Basketball. “I get to run a lot.”

How you got into swimming: “My mom was a really good swimmer when she was growing up at Campolindo High,” said McLain.

Memorable sports moment: Having a game end in a tie during her Upward basketball league.

Worst sports moment: When her swimming goggles fell off during a race. “It was kind of blurry to see.”

Hobbies: Reading and swimming at her pool.

Favorite book: “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” by Lemony Snicket.

Must-see TV: “Good Luck Charlie” and, currently, the 2012 London Olympics.

Favorite olympic event: Women’s water polo, diving and swimming. McLain cheers for Heather Petri, a U.S. water polo player, as well as star swimmers Missy Franklin, Dana Vollmer and Rebecca Soni. McLain’s favorite swimming race to watch was the 400 individual medley.

Favorite food: Home-made taco salad.

Favorite summer vacation spot: Mount Hermon Christian Family Camp, located in the Santa Cruz redwoods.

Favorite subject: Math.

Favorite toy: Bop It.

The Athlete of the Week is selected by the News-Sentinel sports staff. Nominations are gladly accepted. McLain will receive a T-shirt courtesy of Lodi Sporting Goods for being selected.

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Public Service announcement – Cute

Click on this link and enjoy a public service announcement to just keep swimming!!!!

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzx8aYwWxEg

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Trials

Day 4-5

What a wonderful trip!!!!

Swimming is one of the best sports. The people who swim and the people who support swimmers are so kind, sincere and hospitable.

Mary swam 3 races – 3 Best Times – 3 Team Records

100 meter Butterfly 1:01.43

200 meter Freestyle 2:03.42

200 meter Butterfly 2:16.52

As we walked the pool deck we saw Michael, Ryan, Missy, Elaine, Natalie, Matt, Charlie and 1,700 other swimmers, coaches and parents. All real nice people. Hard to believe it is over and that we will be getting on a plane to come home this morning/mid day.

Last night as we are leaving we said our Good bye’s to the Tennessee team, coaches and swimmers; Mary is going to enjoy being a Volunteer!!

What a Great Trip; But I can’t wait to get home. Next up is a dual meet or 5, Summer League Championships, Junior Olympics, Far Westerns. 5 Counties League Championships, Tuolumne County Aquatics and in September Alaska

 

Trials today in the men’s 100 freestyle (watch for Stockton’s Garrett Thompson) and 200 breaststroke (watch for Jordan Litz and Scott Weltz), women’s 200 butterfly; Mary is scheduled to swim the 200 butterfly as a time trial at approx. 12:45-1:15 pm.

Last night we saw Missy Franklin set an American Record in the 100 backstroke (58.85) 20 minutes after placing in the top 8 and moving on to finals in the 200 freestyle. Michael won the 200 freestyle over Ryan, this event takes the top four as it is part of the 4 x 200 freestyle relay so Ryan, Ricky Berens and Conor Dwyer.  In the men’s 100 backstroke Matt Greavers wins in 52.08, just 1 tenth off the world and American record, Nick Thorman is 2nd 52.86. Women’s 100 breaststroke in Beeja Larson and Rebecca Soni going to London and world record holder Jessica Hardy was third and will not be able to go to the Games, that is th American system.

It is sooo cool that we know our swimmers by first name, Michael, Ryan, Natalie; Thank you for taking swimming into the main stream news media. So now add the names of Missy, Beeja, Nick, Matt, Rebecca, Ricky and Conor to America’s Team.

Mary and I have today, Thursday, and then it is back home. It has been a lot of fun

Quick recap of Monday; Mary goes 67th (seeded 138th) with a 1:01.43, Best Time and Team Record!!!! She was out in a 28.6.

Wednesday Mary swims a 200 meter time trial, going 2:03.42. Mary’s first 100 was a blazing :59.76.

Above in our picture/video library is a u-tube video of Jordan Litz. Jordan is now 24 years old and swam Monday in the 400 Individual Medley. Later this week he will compete in the 200 meter breaststroke. The video was produced by Daniel Bowman. On Saturday evening of the Mel Enze swim meet, June 23rd, Daniel married Elisabeth at his grand parents house here in Lodi.

Day 3;

Let’s see what Missy’s got! 200 free semis, 1:57? They 100 Backstroke to make her first Olympic team. Then we have Phelps and Lochte going head to head to see who can claim bragging rights. Next we see if Greavers is going to LondonDay 2.

Wow!!! Lochte, Phelps head to head; Mary and I sat with Debbie Phelps tonight along with sister Phelps, too cool

Brenden Hanson in the mens breast; Allison Schmidt and Chloe Sutton, Missy Franklin in the womens backstroke, Matt Greavers in the mens 100 backstroke, Rebecca Soni and Jessica Hardy in the womens breast.

Finals up and almost time to head to the pool to watch the fireworks;

Mens 200 freestyle, Michael looking for a little redemption? Ryan looking to keep the pressure on Michael and do some psych work? Peter wanting to get his respect? Charlie maybe wants a bit of respect also? It is going to be fast tonight.

Womens 100 backstroke; Missy 59,Racheal 59, then 5 1:00’s Eliz, Natalie, Olivia, Cheyenne and Megan

Womens 100 breaststroke; Soni, Hardy and

 

Men 100 back, Greavers 52.9,  Lochte 53.9 and Thoman 53.9 all need to make it through semis to get a shot at the team

Women 100 Back; Missy Franklin, Rachel Bootsma and Natalie Couglan, Men 200 free; Ryan Lochte, Peter Vanderkay and Michael Phelps; Women’s 100 breaststroke; Rebecca Soni and Jessica Hardy, Men 100 backstroke; Matt Greaver, Nick Thoman  and David Plummer ; Women 400 freestyle; Chloe Sutton, Allison Schmidt, Kate Ziegler and Katie Hoff

Day 1

Ryan Lochte wins 400 IM, Phelps 2nd; 4:07’s, Hansen 1st seed in 100 meter breast, Weltz seeded 2nd, Peter Van derkay wins 400 free, Dana Volmer top seeded 100 fly women 56. wmen’s 400 IM also

Today is the day, around 11:07 am Omaha time Mary swims the 100 meter butterfly. Her best time is a 1:01.86 done on May 13th. She would like to go 28.5 or faster out and come back as hard as she can. We will see how it works out. Featured in this event is Natalie Couglan, Dana Volmer, Christine Magnuson and Kathleen Hershey.

The first event of the day is the men’s 400 IM and this features Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte as the top two swimmers. There is no automatics at the trials so we see if they both are on their game. Tyler Clary is also inn the hunt.

The men also have the 100 breast which should be intense with Brendan Hanson,Mark Gangloff, Mike Alexandrov and Eric Shanteau. Look for Scott Weltz to show his speed though he is looking more to the 200 breaststroke

The other event for men is the 400 free where we will see what Peter Vanderkay, Matt McLean, Charlie Houchin, Michaeal Khuch and Chad La Tourette can do.

The women have the 400 IM also with Elisabeth Beisel, Caitlin Levernz and Katie Hoff. The other swimmer we will be watching for is Maya Dorado.

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Welcome to the New Lodi Swim Club webpage!

I will be updating the site with more information over the next few days!

If you have any specific questions please feel free to call or email John @

209-712-4382
swimlodi@gmail.com

johnlodiaquatics@sbcglobal.net

 

Thanks,

Zach Thomas (Web Designer)

 

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