Nathan Cooper <email@example.com>Feb 6
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Just wanted to say thanks for putting it together and pass along another resource you might want to add:
"The Ultimate Swimming Guide for Beginners"
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The Tornadoes Swim Club would like to send a very special congratulations to our swimmers who have qualified to the ASAJ National Squad.
We are very proud of your dedication and that you have maintained our key words - Excellence, Perseverance and Teamwork.
Local based Swimmers qualifying for the Jr Squad
Anna Chin, Joseph Black, Jesse Marsh, Alex Mignott
Local based Swimmers qualifying for the Development Squad
Llori Sharp, Johnathan Lyn, Amore Hunter, Liam Mc Connel, Jada Harrison and Arianne Leo Rhynie
Overseas based Swimmers qualifying for Senior Squad
Dominic Walter, Timothy Wynter
Overseas based swimmers qualifying for Jr Squad
Christian Alberga, Laura Lim Sang
Congratulation to all 13 swimmers we are very happy with of your accomplishment and we encourage you to continue to strive for excellence.
2014 - 2015 promises to be twice as good.
Firstly let’s say thanks to our hardworking and ever ready Presi Orleen, and the Executive Team. They made our job as coaches, swimmers and parents easier. They helped us achieve our goals with their organization, willingness and determination. This year they are more committed and motivated to have a great year for our swimmers.
Thanks to the Tornadoes Coaches who continue to strive to develop excellent athletes and individuals. We are determined to make the Tornadoes Swim Club the best club in the Caribbean, and our swimmers National Record holders.
Parent involvement is very important to the success of the club. Play your part by volunteering at meets, helping at breakfast morning, carpooling for trips, bringing your swimmers to training on time, and supporting our coaches.
To our swimmers, congratulations!!! On your performance at meets, at training, at our social events, you did us proud. Whether you did a personal best at every meet, or just once, you did GREAT. Your commitment and perseverance helped us the TORNADOES be the BEST CLUB ! Keep up the good work.
We are so proud of our swimmers and coaches who represented Jamaica and the Tornadoes at Carifta, CISC, the Commonwealth Games, World Youth Games, and in Orlando.
A special mention to our student athletes who excelled at GSAT, CAPE/CSEC.
Our Masters - we love you, so proud of the fact that you are committed to the sport of swimming in this busy world. You continue to set the standards for other clubs to start their masters program.
ALL TORNADOES SWIMMERS from 0 - 99 years old - YOU ROCK!!!
Parents, the coaches cannot thank you enough for your continued support in the so many ways that you help make Tornadoes # 1.
Coaches last year’s results are proof of your dedication to this sport, your passion for excellence, and belief in each swimmer. Thank you.
We must acknowledge a few persons who sadly have left Jamaica and the club.
Dellan Brown - Coach Brown is now in the Bahamas,
The Gay Family - Moved back to France;
Marissa Webber- who is now enrolled at Princeton,
Elsa Llera Jones, Stephen Duhaney, Jada Brown- who are now in the US
Lydia Blackburn -who returned to London
Our beloved Coach Jacky - who is coaching in Canada.
We wish you all the best and keep the Tornadoes flag waving high.
I am proud to announce that this summer we were able to establish our adopt-a-school program. We have been successful in implementing a swim program at Windward Road Primary. Thanks and congratulations to our Master’s swimmers Pam Anglin and Horace Anderson who volunteered as coaches and have done a great job so far. Through their summer program three swimmers are ready to be incorporated into Tornadoes. We will send out more information about this program as we still seek financial support, as well as, other support in the way of swimsuits and equipment. Please welcome these young swimmers and their families into our club in the true family spirit of Tornadoes.
Now unto the 2014-2015 season
Our goals are simple
1. Strive for excellence
2. Lifting the club's standards
3. Improved performance and training expectations
4. Improving all areas of discipline
Also this swim year, as promised, we will be striving to improve education and communication between swimmer, parent and coaches. Starting - with a goal setting session early in the term, as well as, more coach/parent meetings.
Our awards ceremony will be held jointly with our Carol Service in Dec 2014.
Swimming starts Monday at St. Andrews see all of you there. An email with schedule, fees and term calendar will follow.
Thanks, and let's have a great swim year 2014 - 2015
Tornadoes Swim Club
Perseverance,Team Work, Excellence