Northern Virginia Swimming League holds individual championships
Olympic swimming started with an expected bang in its opening weekend in Río, with Katie Ledecky and the men’s four by 100 freestyle relay, that included Michael Phelps in the second leg, captured gold medals for Team USA.
The Sully Station II Piranhas had an extraordinarily fun and busy week.
On a hot, humid July morning, the Virginia Run Riptide traveled to Fairfax Station for their third NVSL Division 4 meet of the season.
The Sully Station II Piranhas battled Country Club Hills in the third meet of the season on July 9. Swimmers cheered on teammates throughout the morning and gave a valiant effort in the blazing sunshine before ultimately falling, 241-179.
Area’s newest swim team embraces its community’s diversity.
The newest swim team in the area, the Faircrest Cyclones, located between Fairfax, Chantilly, Clifton and Centreville, is gathering a large following of parents and members in their first season.
The Washington Golf and Country Club (WGCC)’s Lightning Swim Team hosted the five teams of CCSDA's Division A for the Divisional Relay competition on July 7.
In its opening meet of the NVSL Division II season, the Donaldson Run Thunderbolts fell to McLean’s Hamlet Green Feet with a final score of 271.5 - 148.5.
Saxon girls finish region runner-up.
The Langley boys' swim and dive team won the 6A North region championship.
Two Yorktown boys' records fall.
The Yorktown girls' swim and dive team wins the Conference 6 title.
Saxon girls, McLean boys finish runners-up.
The Langley boys' swim and dive team repeated as Conference 6 champion.
Watts, Cruz set NVSL records.
The NVSL recently held its annual All-Star meet.
RSTA opens the 2014 season.
Fairfax Station resident Brandon Fabian (age group 13-14) broke four Colonial Swim League (CSL) Yard records this summer, swimming for the Barrington Blue Fins Swim Team.
The Oakton Otter divers prevailed over Rolling Hills on Tuesday, July 17, with a score of 38 to 30, bringing their win-loss record to 1 and 3.
It is said that all good things must come to an end and so it was on Saturday as the final meets of the Reston Swim Team Association (RSTA) regular season took place under a hot, humid day.