The Rays Swim Team

The Rays Swim Team Programs

The Rays Swim Team provides swimmers with special needs the opportunity to learn a sport and be a part of a team.

Participating in sports is especially important for the adaptive community. The skills, self-confidence, and empowerment gained while participating in sports transfer into their daily lives and help them to become healthier, happier, and more productive students and individuals.

By fostering a genuine TEAM environment, each student-athlete is able to realize their full potential both in & out of the pool in a safe and supportive environment.

The Rays Swim Team groups are structured to ensure that each swimmer has the ability to swim with their peers, both in terms of age groups and by ability. The coaching staff works very hard to ensure that each swimmer is in the best group for that individual and their success in the water.

The Rays Swim Team competes in several meets throughout the year. The team participates in intra-squad meets as well as meets against other local teams.

 

Cost

$70 per month

Practice Information

The Rays Swim Team has 2-3 practices per week and several swim events each year.

It is open to all ages and requires a tryout to join the team.

To schedule a tryout, send an email to rays@rosebowlaquatics.org or call (626) 564-0330 Ext 429.

 

Schedule:

Saturday Practice Times
Sat
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Sat
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sat
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sunday Practice Times
Sun
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Sun
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sun
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location:

Practices are held in the Competition Pool
Health Precautions & Contact Tracing
  • All RBAC families are required to sign the RBAC COVID-19 Waiver before swimmer(s) will be allowed back to the pool for training.
  • Testing and Return to Practice: Testing and results should be reported to the coaching staff to monitor contacts and early signs of transmission within the TEAM or groups.
    • Athletes should seek testing for any of the symptoms before returning to practice.
    • A positive COVID-19 test requires all three of the following before returning to practice: a minimum of two weeks of self-quarantine from the positive test, 72 hours with no symptoms, and a subsequent negative test.
  • A swimmer who has had close contact of any COVID-19 positive individual will be removed from practice. To return to practice the swimmer should have no symptoms for 72 hours, a negative test, and no additional close contact with the infected individual.
  • Any COVID-19 positive swimmer should report potential TEAM contacts to coaches. TEAM contacts should include any TEAMmate who has been within 6’ of the infected athlete.

Rays Swim Team Coaches

Cameron Lee, ACSM-CPT
Adaptive Program Manager
Logan Clark
Adaptive Swim Instructor and Rays Swim Team Coach
Cassie Morla
Adaptive Swim Instructor
Gina Knipple
Adaptive Swim Instructor, Aquatic Personal Trainer
JC Asprer

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