Kyabram Swimming Pool opened its doors for the summer season on Saturday and next Wednesday sees the start of Kyabram Swimming Club’s Stroke Club.November 21, 2012 4:11am
Harry Shortis, Oscar Shortis, Holly Halliwell, Leah Dunn, Codi Ferguson and coach Sally Halliwell are ready for the start of Stroke Club.
Kyabram Swimming Pool opened its doors for the summer season on Saturday and next Wednesday sees the start of Kyabram Swimming Club’s Stroke Club.
Stroke Club is aimed at children not quite ready for the rigors of full swim club training.
It allows them to improve their swimming under the guidance of a qualified Auswim instructor or teacher of strokes.
Training is conducted in groups with the aim of helping children improve their swimming while having fun.
The children are split into levels according to age and ability to improve on general stroke technique and movement through the water.
Stroke Club members can compete in the Kyabram Encouragement Meet, held each year, to enable them to experience the excitement of racing.
Stroke Club will run from 4
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