Some of you are swimming, some are not. This email is for both of you.
Those that have gotten out of the habit ... come back. You know you felt better when you swam ... with us ... muscles stretched out, pushed yourself with a workout beside friends (more than when you swim alone), you're really clean after workout. OK ... so you got a little tired, but you slept better (either at work :-))) or at night at home :-))) ) ... and you got used to it and you weren't tired, you just slept better, felt better.
Toni sent this one in:
The next Maui Ocean Race is a New One ... Maui Coast Relays June 14. It's being put on by Maui Dolphins benefiting 50/50 Maui Dolphins and Hawaiian Lifeguard Association (Ocean Safety/Jr. Lifeguards). More info at www.mauidolphins.org/events.htm. Aumakua Swim forms (Labor day) are also posted there.
Note: for those Unat & HiMa swimmers not on Maui, we can post info about your upcoming sanctioned events. (And will be posting on HMSA website soon.)
Toni has passed along the Kaanapali Klassic results.
What a beautiful day. What a crystal clear calm swim (especially after the rainy mid-week! The current was with us ... although the wind came up at the end. Missed you if you weren't there, but a good turnout benefitting Lahaina Swim Club. Thanks as always to Maui Ocean Safety helping.
Results are posted at www.mauidolphins.org/results.htm
Sorry for the delay. The work on the heaters at Pukalani pool has been completed and the pool is back open and warm.
Malcolm has sent out a new workout schedule.
"Tues/Thurs 6-7:30pm Pukalani
Mon/Wed 6-7:30pm Sakamoto Pool ... staying down there through the end of the month.
Morning workouts ... T/Th at Sakamoto as usual 5:45-7:30am ... except Thursday they're currently planning remove the bulkheads and go Long Course at Sakamoto ... we may have to move to Kokua for that morning (although aquatics hasn't said anything yet)."
Pukalani 50 meter pool closure will be from March 2 to April 6, 2009 to repair filters.
The 2009 Polar Bear Fin Swim Results have been posted on the Maui Dolphins Swim Club site.
A big thanks to Toni and Malcolm for their hard work getting this great race together.
The Valley Isle Masters Swimmers annual Swim For Your Heart is scheduled for Sunday, March 29th at 8:30 a.m.. The swim is open to all swimmers registered with USA-Swimming or United States Masters Swimming Association.
One event membership is available. Awards will be presented for top 3 places in male and female divisions in each of the age groups including 10 & under, 11-12, 13-14, 15-18, 19-24, 25-29 and on up in five year increments to 70+.
Coach Dave with the news
Hope you all had a restful and enjoyable holiday. Practice tommorrow morning (SAT AM 27th) and likely for now is at Sakamoto pool. Pukalani is a balmy 73 degrees ( a little too cold even for a Maui Polar Bear Swimmer)
Hope to see you in the morning
Thanks for making coaching such a blast!!!!
Aloha Happy New Year
Aloha swimmers with big and little fins. And big and little swimmers...
The Tenth Annual Polar Bear Fin Swim ...
"The Only Sane Polar Bear Swim in the World"
will be held Sunday January 25, 2009 off the shores of Makena Maui fronting the Maui Prince at Maluaka Beach.
This swim has USMS and USA-Swimming Sanctions ... so swim ... and bring some swimmers of any age with you ... with or without any kine swim fins.
$20 by Jan18; $25 after. Long sleeve toasty winter Polar Bear T-shirt and Klondike Bar for all swimmers.