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Virgin Captures Gold in 50 Breast at Last Day of JOs; SOFLO Takes the Title

The last day of JOs was cloudy and breezy. There were a few sprinkles but it was definitely a day of better weather compared to Saturday. Both prelims and finals sessions were relatively short, the morning session only being lengthened by the 1650 swim at the end of the session. All six sessions ran on time and were fully staffed with officials and volunteers.hannah breast

At the end of the meet, Jessica Nava (14) of Pine Crest Swimming took home 11 gold medals and 1 silver. Nava won 6 gold medals and 1 silver in individual events and 5 gold medals in relay events. Nava also established a new FGC Record in the 50 fly. For the boys, Aitor Fungairino (14) of Metro Aquatics bagged 12 gold medals and broke 2 individual FGC records (200 back and 500 free).

On Sunday, Hannah Virgin took gold in the 50-yard breast with a best time of 30.70. Virgin was the top scorer for CSSC with 33 points.

Nico Ferrara won silver in the 100-yard free with 47.88, breaking his own club record in this event by 0.56. He was the top male scorer for CSSC with 43 points. He finished 6th overall in the boys 13-14 category.

sarahRachel Botting and Connor Marks both won bronze in the 50-yard breast and 50-yard back, respectively, with times of 31.58 (best) and 30.33. Marks also finished 8th in the 100-yard free with 57.53.

Alex Meyer chased Marks in the 50 back to finish 5th with 30.63 and out touched him in the 100 free with 57.42, to finish in 8th place.

Gabby Beltrano finished 9th in the 50 back with a best time of 29.29 and Delaney Biro finished 10th in the 100 free with 55.03.

Wrapping the morning session on Sunday, Sarah Schimansky (11) finished 8th in the 1650-yard freestyle with a 20.21.11, dropping 16.32 seconds; and Gianni Savino (14) finished his mile swim in a best of 18:11.28 (-14.43).

Coach Bruno Darzi expressed satisfaction with the results of the season. "There are many promising swimmers emerging from the age group program," he said. "I'm excited to see their development in the near future."

Title Winners

South Florida Aquatic Club (SOFLO) won the meet with a grand total of 1098 points. Metro Aquatic Club of Miami took second place with 629 and Pine Crest Swimming took third place with 582. CSSC finished 7th with 351 points.

The girls’ title was taken by SOFLO with 634 points. In this category, second place went to Pine Crest Swimming with 484 points and third place was for AquaKids Sharks with 312.

The boys’ title went to Metro Aquatics with 554 points, 90 points ahead of SOFLO (464) and 213 points ahead of Azura Florida Aquatic who finished third with 341.

High Point Award winners

11-12 Girlsstart

1st place went to SOFLO’s Jacqueline Lugo with 65 points

2nd place went to Jocelyn Ruiz of the Blue Marlins of Hialeah with 59 points

3rd place went to Vanessa Mesa of SOFLO with 57.50

11-12 Boys

1st place went to Andres Wong of Metro Aquatics with 68.50

2nd Place went to Joshua Balbi with 67 points

3th place went to David Gonzalez with 61 points

13-14 Girls

1st place was earned by Jessica Nava of Pine Crest Swimming with an astounding score of 75 points.

2nd place went to Alessandra Baldari of North Palm Beach Swim Club with 71 points.

3rd place went to Mary Smutny of AquaKids Sharks with 55 points.

13-14 Boys

1st place went to Aitor Fungairino of Metro Aquatics with 77 points.

2nd place went to Adrian Aguilar, also of metro Aquatics with 70 points.

3rd place went to Rafael Rodriguez of SOFLO with 55 points.

New FGC Records on Sunday

On the last day of the meet, Joshua Zuchowski (10) broke three FGC records, the first one in the 10-and-under 200-yard IM with 2:19.09, taking down Alberto Gomez's 2010 time of 2:19.38. Then, he went on to break his own 2014 record in the 50-yard backstroke with a time of 28.49. Finally, he swam the 50 breast in 33.37, beating Victor Valdes's 2014 time of 34.12. With these times, Zuchowski also broke the FGC OPEN records in those events for that age group. The boys 13-14 400 free relay team of Metro Aquatics broke their own 2009 FGC OPEN record with a time of 3:18.78.

gianniCSSC All-Star Qualifiers

CSSC qualified 10 athletes to compete at the upcoming 2015 Florida Gold Coast Vs. Florida Swimming Dual Meet, also known as All-Stars Championship, which will take place at the Indian River State College in Fort Pierce from March 27 to 29. Riley Botting, Giulianna Garcia, Hannah Virgin, Delaney Biro, Gabriella Beltrano and Rachel Botting qualified for the girls. Nico Ferrara, Gianni Savino, Alexander Meyer and Connor Marks are the qualifying boys.

Complete Meet Results

Team Scores

Individual Scores


Replay of the Finals Sessions are available here, courtesy of Florida Swim Network.

CSSC 10-and-unders Top Finishers at 2015 FGC SCY JOs

rileyGiulianna Garcia and Riley Botting managed to place within the top 10 places in several events during JOs this weekend. Garcia swam a total of 7 individual races, 4 best times and scored a total of 31 points for Coral Springs Swim Club (Coral Springs Swim Club). She is the top scorer for the club in her age group. Botting swam 7 races, 3 best times and scored 16 points for CSSC.

A few days before JOs, FGC released its Top 10 Swimming Times List for the season. Riley Botting had the 2nd fastest time in 200 breast with 2:54.90. She made the list in 3 other events (50 breast, 100 breast and 100 IM). Giulianna Garcia made the list in five events (100 breast, 200 breast, 50 fly, 100 fly and 100 IM).

Day 1 Recap

Giulianna Garcia (10) finished 5th in 100 fly with 1:12.23 (best) and 7th in the 100 IM with 1:13.79. She finished 10th in the 50-yard freestyle with a best of 29.37.
Riley Botting (10) finished 3rd in the 100 breast with 1:19.08 (best).
Emily Robertson swam the 50 free and the 100 fly in 31.14 (best) and 1:21.37 (best), respectively.

Ryan Brander from Gold Group had a great race on Friday in the 100-yard breast. He finished with a time of 1:31.86 dropping 2.83 seconds.

Day 2 Recap

garciaGiulianna Garcia finished 4th place in 50 fly with 31.95 and 7th in 200 free with 2:21.59.
Riley Botting swam the 200 free in 2:25.70 and the 50 fly in 36.81.
Kaitlyn Armbruster swam the 50 fly in 38.21.
Emily Robertson she swam the 200 free in 2:36.65 (best), the 50 fly in 36.10 and the 100 back in 1:20.27 (best).
Saturday was a day for 10-and-under relays.
The CSSC 200-yard medley Relay team made up by Robertson, Botting, Armbruster and Garcia took 3rd with 2:19.81. Results: 1. Wahoo’s of Wellington: 2:13.90; 2. SOFLO: 2:18.21.
In the 200-yard free relay, CSSC finished 5th with 2:05.12 (best).

Day 3 Recap

Giulianna Garcia finished 6th in the 100 free 1:04.35 (best) and 7th in the 200 IM with 2:37.41 (best, AAA).
Riley Botting finished 3rd with 36.87. The first place in this race went to Isabella Chambers with 35.70 and the second to Michelle Fernandez with 35.90.
Emily Robertson swam the 50 back and the 100 free in 35.79 (best) and 1:10.63 (best), respectively.


The 10-and-under Girls High Point Award went to Liah Perez of Wahoo’s of Wellington with 67 points. The second place went to Isabella Chambers of PST with 65 points and the third to Nicole Aguilar of Wahoo’s of Wellington with 64.
For the boys, the High Point Award went to Joshua Zuchowski of ECAC with77 points. Sebastian Lares took second place with 60 points and 8-year-old Kaii Winkler took third with a strong 58 points.

The Wahoo's of Wellington won the title in the Girls 10-and-Under catrgory with 212 points. Second place went to SOFLO with 116 and third to AquaKids Sharks with 107.

East Coast Aquatic Club was the top scorer for the Boys 10-and-under with 201 points. City of Hialeah Storm finished in second with 147 and FLA Aquatics finished third with 113.


JOs Saturday Wrap Up

CSSC Girls

Hannah Virgin (14) took gold in the 200-yard with 2:20.25 (best).backstroke start

Delaney Biro finished 10th in the 200 free with 1:58.95, about a second off her best (1:57.70). She also finished 5th in the 50 fly with 27.44.

Dominique Fajardo finished 10th in the 50 fly with28.46, going up slightly of her best (27.95) which she swam at prelims.

Gabby Beltrano finished 8th in the 100 back with 1:02.51 (best).

The CSSC 11-12 team for the 200 and 400-yard medley relays finished in times of 2:09.29 and 4:43.15, respectively. The 200-medley relay team was made up by Faith Fowler, Cara Virgin, Anna Kaspersky and Ellie Mitova. In the 400-medley team swam Faith Fowler, Ellie Mitova, Anna Kasperski and Sarah Schimansky, in that order.

In the 13-14 group, the 200 and 400-yard relay team took silver in both races with 1:51.36 and 3:56.64. 200 Medley Team: Beltrano, Virgin, Biro and Rachel Botting. 400 Medley Team: Beltrano, Virgin, Biro and Fajardo.

Shout outs for:

  • Anna Kaspersky who, by the end of Saturday, had 5 new best times.
  • Olivia Mason for swimming to new bests; 50 free and 100 breast.
  • Ellie Mitova for swimming three new bests so far after a very productive meet last weekend.


nicoNico Ferrara finished 3rd in the 50 fly with 24.06 (best), 7th in the 200 free with a 1:48.97, just off his best (1:47.05); and 8th in the 100 back with 59.06. At the end of Saturday, Ferrara was the lead scorer for CSSC with 34 points.

Connor Marks finished 4th in the 100 back 1:04.21 (best).

Gianni Savino qualified 10th in the 200-breast with 2:30.10 and smashed this time in finals with a strong 2:27.54 to finish 6th overall. Savino made the All-Stars team with this swim.

Alex Meyer finished 8th in 100 back with 1:06.80 (best) and 10th in the 200 free with 2:07.54.

Shout outs for:

  • Brian Gonzalez for dropping 8.60 in the 400-yard IM. He finished in 5:11.12. He also dropped time in every event up until Saturday.
  • Cody Chin for continuing to drop time after a series of great races last weekend at Area 2s.
  • Andres McKeon for swimming 4 new best by the end of Saturday.

New FGC Records

There were two new FGC Records and three new FGC OPEN Records swam during Saturday session:

In the Girls 13-14 50-yard butterfly, Jessica Nava established a new FGC record with a time of 24.94. The previous record (25.66) was held by Chelsea Britt since 2009. At the same time, with that swim, she broke the FGC OPEN record (25.66).

SOFLO’s 11-12 Boys 200-yard Medley relay team took down a 2006 FGC Record (1:56.65) and an equally old FGC OPEN Record (1:56.65) with a strong 1:55.81

Finally, the Metro Aquatics 13-14 Boys 200-medley relay established a new record with a time of 1:42.75.



JOs are well on their way in Coral Springs; Virgin and Ferrara take Gold; New Club Record; 5 New FGC Records

Rain didn’t spoil the fun at finals on the first day of JOs. The meet ran on time and the excitement of relays was contagious. Though the place bubbled with people and activity, swimmers, coaches, officials and volunteers made the whole event run smooth.

hannahFor the host team, the day saw a collection of exciting races. Hannah Virgin won the Girls 13-14 100-yard breaststroke with a best time of 1:05.24, in a tight race against Hailey Jerew who finished in 1:05.40.

Delaney Biro (13) clocked an 8.30 seconds drop in the 500 free. She fished 5th in her age group with 5:12.95. She also finished 9th in the 50 free with 24.86 (best).

Gabby Beltrano, who just turned 13, finished 9th in the 200 back with 2:13.56.

nico divesNico Ferrara (14) won gold tonight in the 50-yard freestyle at Junior Olympics. He won with a time of 21.97, just 0.22 seconds off his best, which he swam this morning in prelims. Both prelims and finals times break his own CSSC record in this category. "I was very excited when I looked up to the board," said Ferrara. "I wanted to break 22 but wasn't sure it would happen." This new time in the 50 free, positions Ferrara as the 16th fastest 14-year old male swimmer in the event in the country.

Ferrara also took bronze in the 100 fly with 54.93. This is the meet Ferrara has been training for and he looks forward to two more days of races.

alexConnor Marks (12) swam a strong 200-yard backstroke, dropping in prelims and finals, he finished 4th overall with a time of 1:17.54. He dropped a total of 10.03 seconds. This fourth place in finals qualifies Marks to be part of the 2015 FGC All-Stars team.

Alex Meyer (12) finished 6th in the 50 free and the 100 IM with times of 25.66 and 1:05.83, respectively. “I made All-Stars!,” he shared happily on Friday night.

Every year, top-6 times in JOs are qualified to participate in the FGC All-Star team that, later in the month, races against Florida Swimming. So far, Virgin, Biro, Ferrara, Marks and Meyer have the option to join the fastest team in the region this season.


In the Girls 13-14 200-yard freestyle relay, CSSC finished 4th with a time of 1:41.12. Delaney Biro led off the charge with a 24.98 split, followed by Gabby Beltrano who swam a 26.01. The third leg went to Rachel Botting with 25.34 and Hannah Virgin anchored with a solid 24.79. Results: 1st Pine Crest: 1:38.56, 2nd North Palm Beach: 1:40.22, 3rd AquaKids Sharks: 1:40.89.

The Boys 13-14 took 5th in their respective 200 free relay race with 1:36.12. Team: 1. Ferrara with 22.08, 2. Kalvin Hernandez with 24.17, 3. Andres McKeon with 24.08 and 4. Gianni Savino with 25.79. Results: 1st Metro Aquatics: 1:31.59, 2nd. St. Andrews: 1:34.43.

The Girls 11-12 400 free relay finished 13th with a time of 4.10.85. Schimansky was first with a 1:04.90, Olivia Mason was second with 1:02.48, Olivia Reposa was the third leg with 1:01.93 and Ana Kasperski took care of the rest with a 1:01.54. Results: 1st SOFLO: 3:45.00, 2nd ECAC: 3:55.31, 3rd Azura: 3:59.26.

The Boys 11-12 400 free relay team made up by 1. Connor Marks (59.12), 2. Jason Allen (1:01.81), 3. Brian Gonzalez (1:00.80) and 4. Alex Meyer (58.54), finished 3rd with a time of 4:00.27. Results: 1st Metro Aquatics: 3:47.55, 2nd SOFLO: 3:53.10.


There were five new FGC records established during the Friday’s sessions, two in the Age Group category and three in the Open category. Aitor Fungairino (14) from Metro Aquatics broke the two age group ones. First he took down the 8-year-old record established by Carlos Omana in the 200-yard backstroke. Fungairino swam a 1:51.52 in finals crushing Omana’s time by 1.47 seconds. Toward the end of the finals session, Fungairino swam a stellar 500-yard freestyle breaking Julien Pinon’s 2013 record (4:35.28) with 4:33.22.

The 10-and-under boys were on fire. Sebastian Lares of Azura broke the FGC OPEN record in the 100-yard butterfly freshly established last year by Josh Zuchowski (1:03.85) with a 1:03.79. Joshua Zuchowski, in turn, decided to break the 100-yard individual medley FGC Open record with a time of 1:03.81, taking down Alberto Gomez’s time of 1:05.26.

Finally, Metro Aquatics Boys 13-14 Team broke their own standing FGC Open record in the 800-yard freestyle relay with a time of 7:14.71 by 1.56 seconds (previous record: 7:16.27).

Friday Wrap Up

SOFLO lead the field on Friday with a combined score of 373 points. Metro Aquatic Club of Miami is second with 211, followed by Pine Crest with 197.

Saturday and Sunday Finals will be streamed live by Florida Swim NetworkTo watch the webcast, click here.

To watch the replay of Friday’s Finals: Click HERE.


If You Go

Where: Coral Springs Aquatic Complex

              12441 Royal Palm Blvd.

              Coral Springs, FL 33063

Parking for coaches, officials and volunteers available in the facility.

Parking for parents and general public will be available across the street.

Meet start: 9:00 a.m.

Finals Warm-up time: 3:30 p.m.

Finals start: 5:00 p.m.

Admission: $ 3.00 per person

Heat Sheets: $ 3.00

Closed deck policy will be in effect. The deck will be partially closed for parents.

2015 FGC Junior Olympics Opens Friday; 40 Fastest Teams in South Florida Race for the Title

The 2015 FGC SCY Junior Olympic Championship opened Friday in Coral Springs. At this meet, qualifying 14-and-under swimmers race for individual and team titles. There are two Junior Olympic Championships (JOs) in the year, one every July (long course, 50-meter pool) and this one on every March (short course, 25-yard pool). This 2014-2015 season, 838 swimmers -from 40 different teams- met the rigorous cuts established by Florida Gold Coast (FGC) for Areas 1, 2 and 3 (Miami-Dade, Broward and West Palm Beach).hannah virgin

Girls rule the region this season with 462 female athletes registered to swim this weekend versus 376 boys. There are 10 teams bringing more than 35 swimmers to the meet. South Florida Aquatic Club (SOFLO) leads the field with a strong contingent of 69 swimmers, followed by Coral Springs Swim Club (CSSC), Gulliver Swim Club (GRSC) and Metro Aquatics (MACM) with 42 swimmers each. Blue Marlins of Hialeah (BMHG) signed up 41 swimmers and Pine Crest Swimming (PCS), Plantation (PST) and Jupiter Dragons (JDST) are next with 40. Finally, Azura Florida Aquatics (AZFL) and Miami Swimming (MS) close ranks of the top 10 largest teams with 38 and 37 swimmers, attending JOs.

CSSC will be lead into action by Riley Botting (9), Giulianna Garcia (10), Hannah Virgin (14) and Nico Ferrara (14). These swimmers are seeded in top 3 positions in several events. Botting goes into the meet with the second best time in the 100-yard breaststroke with 1:19.32 (AAA) and ranked 3rd in the 50 breast and 100 individual medley with 36.14 (AAAA) and 1:12.86 (AAA), respectively.

García is seeded 2nd in the 100 IM and the 200 free with 1:12.58 (AAA) and 2:20.05 (AAA).

Hannah Virgin, a 4-time gold medal winner at the past Speedo Winter Champs, is seeded 1st in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke with 1:06.01 and 2:21.98. She is also leading the way with the second best time in the 50 breast with 30.80.

Nico Ferrara (14), a club record holder for Coral Springs, is ranked 1st in the 50-yard butterfly with a fast 24.28. He is also 2nd in the 50 and 100 free with 22.23 and 48.44, in that order.

This year, the strong candidates for the high-point award per age group are:


Isabella Chambers (10) of PST, seeded 1st in 5 events.

Joshua Zuchowski (10) of East Coast Aquatic Club (ECAC), seeded 1st in 7 events.


Vanessa Mesa (12) of SOFLO, seeded 1st in 5 events.

Andres Wong (12) of MACM, seeded 1st in 4 events.


Jessica Nava (14) of PST, seeded 1st in 6 events. Nava, the current FGC record holder in the 100 fly, is close in several other races to establish a new record, specially in the 200 fly where she is only 0.15 seconds away.

Adrian Aguilar (14) of MACM, seeded 1st in 4 races.

To highlight the prestige of the championship, each swimmer is allowed to race in a maximum of 7 races.

The Coral Springs Aquatic Complex will host 3451 races this weekend, starting on Friday, March 6. Warm up for prelim races is scheduled to start promptly at 7:30 a.m. every day. The meet will run in 2 pools, the west pool for girl races and the east pool for boys.

Finals will be streamed live by Florida Swim Network. To watch the webcast, click here.


If You Go

Where: Coral Springs Aquatic Complex

              12441 Royal Palm Blvd.

              Coral Springs, FL 33063

Parking for coaches, officials and volunteers available in the facility.

Parking for parents and general public will be available across the street.

Meet start: 9:00 a.m.

Finals Warm-up time: 3:30 p.m.

Finals start: 5:00 p.m.

Admission: $ 3.00 per person

Heat Sheets: $ 3.00

Closed deck policy will be in effect: The deck will be partially closed for parents.

Perfect Potluck for JOs



The hospitality ladies have set up a perfect potluck for CSSC families to donate baked goods and breakfast casseroles for JOs.

The CSSC Hospitality Team appreciates your donations!

Please note that we will give 2 community service hours for each baked good, up to 4 hours per day.


Thank you for supporting our athletes and volunteers!

If you have any questions, please contact Danielle Jones at 954-624-9346 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Webcasting Final Sessions of Short Course Junior Olympics; Donations Accepted to Offset Cost of Livestreaming

This year, Florida Swim Network (FSN), an online magazine and live webcast provider of swimming and diving events in the state of Florida, will cover the Finals sessions of the 2015 Short Course FGC Junior Olympic Championship from March 6 to 8. This exciting competition will attract the fastest 14-and-under swimmers of the South Florida tri-county area (Miami-Dade, Broward and West Palm Beach). Florida Gold Coast (FGC), the Local Swimming Committee (LSC) that regulates competitive swimming in the region, establishes a set of rigorous time cuts for age groupers that determine their eligibility into this championship. The meet is commonly known as J.O.

The Coral Springs Swim Club (CSSC) has hosted the Short Course J.O. every March since 2005. This championship will take place at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex located at the end of Royal Palm Boulevard, near the Everglades. “We are excited to offer this feature this year,” said Coach Bruno Darzi. “The live webcast is an excellent resource for families, coaches and swimmers. Everybody, near and far can watch the races and take part of the excitement,” he added.

In order to offset the cost of live webcasts, FSN has set up a fundraiser called: Meet Starter, through which, the swimming community can donate and make the live streaming of relevant events possible. As stated in FSN’s website, people can now “decide [their] next meet.” The total to raise for coverage of the upcoming Junior Olympics is $1,844.00. People can contribute with any amount.


JO Important Announcement!

Head Coach Bruno DarziDear Coaches,

I hope you are ready for the weekend. We are looking forward to host another great championship meet.
I would like to remind you that Daylight savings will start on Sunday, March 9. Remind your swimmers, parents and coaches to adjust their clocks on Saturday night.

The All-Star sign up table will be located in front of the record board, right next to the life-guard office. Please encourage your swimmers to sign so they can support of LSC. Top 6 swimmers of each individual events will automatically qualify for the FGC All-Stars team.
The All-Stars meet will be held at Indian River, Fort Pierce, FL on April 5-6. For more information about the All-Stars Team, contact Julie Smiddy at juliesmiddy@gmail.com.

Our Town will be going on during the weekend. We encourage all team to use Royal Palm Blvd to come to the pool. Sportsplex will be open but traffic may be heavy on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. We are working with the City of Coral Springs Police Department to make sure traffic runs smoothly. Both lanes will be open. Parking is free and will be available across the street and at the Westchester Elementary School parking lot.

I will be accepting corrections/ deck entries prior to the seeding of the meet until tomorrow, March 5 at 12:00pm (noon). All other deck entries will have to be made on site. You may not change events, only add new athletes and events, or events for athletes who have room under the maximum event limit.

The meet warm up for prelims starts at 7:30am, while finals starts at 3:30pm.

Heat sheets for coaches will be available at the coaches' office. Please stop by when arriving at the pool. For deck entries, you MUST bring proof of time. You will not be allowed to use the computer at the office. Have your swimmer's information ready to go. Make sure to bring cash. Deck entries will be doubled.

Swimmers not in the meet must bring their USS card as proof of registration.

Boys events will be swum at the East pool (25 meter). Girls events will be swum at the West Pool (50 meter). All finals will be swum at the West Pool.

Friday's 500 Free, Saturday's 400 IM and Sunday's 1650 Freestyle are timed final events, swum together and scored separately. Teams must provide their own timers for the 1650 Free.

The 500 Freestyle and the 400IM the top 10 swimmers in the following age groups (10 & under, 11-12, 13-14 for the 500 Free); (11-12, 13-14 for the 400IM) will swim at night, all others with the preliminaries. The 1650 freestyles are swum as timed finals following preliminaries on Sunday. All age groups will be swum together, scored separately, swum fastest to slowest alternating girls, boys.

Any swimmer that is checked-in and does not show up to the finals or prelims timed-finals, that swimmer will be barred from their next individual event and fined $25.

Positive check in for the 500 Freestyle, 400 IM and 1650 will be closed at the times listed below. Swimmers who fail to check-in may swim, only if an open lane is available without creating another heat.

Event Age Group Day Check-In Closing Time
500 Free 10 & Under/11-12/13-14 Friday 09:30 AM
400 IM 11-12/13-14 Saturday 09:30 AM
1650 Free 11-12/13-14 Sunday 09:30 AM

Brian Murphy is our Meet Referee.

Time Trials will be held on Saturday and Sunday (time permitted) only. Entry fees are $5. Relays are $10.

See you this weekend.

Bruno Darzi
Head Coach
Coral Springs Swim Club
email: bruno@coralspringsswimclub.com
facebook: facebook.com/CoralSpringsSwimClub




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JO History

Year Results
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2015 SOFLO Metro Aquatic
2013 SOFLO Metro Aquatic Club
2012 SOFL Pine Crest Swimming
2011 SOFL Fort Lauderdale Aquatics
2010 Lake Lytal Lighting Pine Crest Swimming
2009 Coral Springs Swim Club Fort Lauderdale Aquatics
2008 Coral Springs Swim Club Pine Crest School
2007 Coral Springs Swim Club Pine Crest School
2006 Coral Springs Swim Club Pine Crest School
2004 Plantation Swim Team Metro Aquatic Club

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