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2014 Conference Results

Large Division:
Place Team Score
1 Kearney 3011
2 Thousand Oaks 2789.5
3 New Mark 2674.5
4 Hills of Walden 2469
5 Old Pike 1401.5
Small Division:
Place Team Score
1 Riss Lake 1485.5
2 Clayview 1214.5
3 Walnut Creek 1159.5
4 Brooktree 859
5 Coves 665.5
6 Sherwood 494.5

Conference results (in PDF format):
Monday, July 21 - 8&U and 9-10 preliminaries and Medley Relay
Tuesday, July 22 - 11-12, 13-14, and 15-18 preliminaries and Medley Relay
Wednesday, July 23 - All ages, finals and Free Relay

Who We Are

The Coves Swim Team competes against other swim clubs in the Northland Swim Conference. All children between the ages of 5 to 18 who live in the Coves or Coves North neighborhoods are eligible and welcome. Our team originated in 1973 to provide our neighborhood children an opportunity to compete in swimming. Since inception, the team has been associated with the national USA Swimming organization and is one of eleven teams in the Northland Swim Conference. We typically have 6 dual swim meets and a conference championship meet between early June and late July.

The swim program is designed to provide opportunities to develop young people physically and to provide instruction in water sports and safety. Team members learn to set goals and dedicate themselves to accomplishing those goals. Responsibility, community spirit and team work are emphasized in order to develop a high level of self-esteem in each child.

The swim team also improves and enhances the family unit by involving the parents. The swim team program utilizes many parents to staff the swim meets as timers, judges, coordinators and record keepers. Children and parents enjoy the swim team and the swim meets as a time for competition and socialization.

The Coves Swim Team is one of our neighborhood's greatest assets! It is a source of neighborhood identity and pride.