Posted by boston.com September 11, 2013 10:00 AM
The following was submitted by the Mystic Valley Regional School:
Beginning on September 16th Crimson Aquatics one of the nation’s premier age group swimming teams will begin operating out of the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School Bayrd Natatorium.
Crimson’s Coach Adrianna (Marmoleho) Schack will be the Head Coach at the Mystic Valley facility.
Adriana (Marmolejo) Schack is a three-time Olympian who competed in Sydney, Athens and Beijing for her native Mexico. Adriana retired in 2010 after being ranked top-25 in the world for 10 years in the 200 Breaststroke. Adriana overcame many obstacles in her career to become the only female Mexican swimmer to qualify for three Olympic Games.
Crimson will run a satellite of its USA Swimming program for the more advanced swimmers who wish to compete in U.S.A. Swimming with its flagship USA Swimming Team. Crimson has also agreed to manage the existing Mystic Valley Killer Whales Swim Club which participates in the Metro-League of Greater Boston.
Crimson Aquatics seeks to train and develop competitive swimmers. The goal of the team is to provide age-appropriate training that enables swimmers to realize their full swimming potential -- regardless of whether a swimmer has the ability to compete on a local, regional or national level. Its training sessions emphasize stroke technique and intensity training, while still providing sufficient yardage training appropriate for the varying age groups represented by our swimmers.
All of Crimsons coaches, are members of the American Swimming Coaches Association, have access to the most comprehensive training and certification program for youth coaches of any sport in the United States. They provide assurances that the time children spend in swimming will be quality time.
Crimson and the Killer Whales have currently have openings available and all are welcome to try-out for either team. If you are interested in trying out please contact Adriana or Kyle Schack. Go to www.crimsonaquatics.com or