CAL Swim School Teams (Ayala Harpoons, Celebrity Rapids, & QCSC Buccaneers)
Congratulations to all the winners and participants of the 2010 National Long Course Swimming Championships held at Trace Aquatics, Los Baños, Laguna, last week, July 22-25.
Congratulations to all the winners of the 2010 CAL SWIM SCHOOL Invitational Swim Meet (Photos to follow! Soon!) On behalf of Quezon City Sports Club and CAL Swim School, We would like to thank everyone for making waves and joining us in our first ever and hopefully one of many Invitational Swim Meet.
For Meet Results: Read More
(no need to panic!) We will be back next year! In the mean time, our non-summer swimming programs available at our selected venues will surely keep everyone swim-satisfied all year round (more information on that soon!)…
So Anyway, before the summer ends we are gathering potential competitive swimmers from our different venues to compete against each other (for fun of course!), there will be prizes for winners, fun and games, and lots of picture taking! It will be a day of making a splash and having fun, the CAL Swim School style! And with the swim meet we will award the graduates of our swim programs their certificate of completion, hence, the first of many celebration:
The 2010 CAL Swim School Graduation and Swim Meet.
make a splash
make not just friends but bestfriends
See you all there okay?!
for more information: Call us at 387-1424 or read on below… Read More
Congratulations to CAL Swim School swimmers: Jasmine Veronica Ong, Kezia Sarmiento & Angelika Inton (Ayala Harpoons Swim Club), Jethro Ong (Celebrity Rapids Swim Club), and Winona Yu (QCSC Buccaneers Swim Club) for making the Junior National Swimming Team 2010. They will be representing the country this June for the South East Asian Age Group Swimming Championships in Trace Aquatics, Los Baños, Laguna.
Congratulations & Good job guys!
Goodsummerday to you!
Us at CAL Swim School is excited to invite everyone to join our various summer learn-to-swim & training programs officially opening on monday APRIL 5 2010(YEY!!). The swim camps will run thru for 8 weeks and will conclude on MAY 28 2010, just before the new school year begins… Anyway, Our summer is just beginning and we’re already hearing a big buzz about how everyone is having lots of fun over at Quezon City Sports Club Summer Swim Camp.–more on that story soon, I promise.
As expected, temperatures around the Metro will continue to rise↑, our days will be longer, and berrr-months breeze will be/if not already replaced by scorching heat-waves. The question is: “what are you going to do about it?”–We can tell you a lot about why swimming is important and why it’s good for everyone but we’re not going to bore you with the millions of facts available right now. The reason you are reading this is that you are maybe looking for a swimming program that will cater to your needs, may it be a Learn-to-swim, Fitness swimming, or Competitive training for kids and adults… then Viola! We at CAL Swim School is dedicated to teach, motivate, coach and make your summer a fun and exciting experience…
Our group, the CAL Swim School, has been conducting swim camps and learn to swim programs since 1999 all over Metro Manila. We pride ourselves in teaching basic and competitive swimming as a great and fun life experience.
This Summer, Choose the best and most convenient site for you and your kids. Feel free to call our Hotline: (02) 387-1424, or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org for suggestions, comments, and rumpus about CAL swim school…
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|Location||Venue||Address & Map||Flyer\Details|
|Makati City||Makati Sports Club||Here||Here|
|Marikina||Filinvest East Homes||Here||Here|
|Pasig City||Renaissance Fitness Center||Here||Here|
|Quezon City||Quezon City Sports Club||Here||Here|
|Quezon City||Celebrity Sports Plaza||Here||Here|
|Quezon City||Ayala Heights Village||Here||Here|
|Quezon City||Ateneo de Manila University||Here||Here|
|Quezon City||Casa Milan Neoplitan Village||Here||Here|
so “Be fit, be cool, enroll & have fun at CAL Swim School…”
See you all there!
In swimming… there’s nothing like a good inspirational experience like bringing-in an Olympian/SEA Games “superstar” or a “be-medalled” swimmer to swim with the younger athletes. Meeting and greeting someone in person who shares the same sport as yourself is always a great experience (especially for the kids). They will definitely look up to him/her. They’ll admire them and make them their sporting idol.
In a span of 2 months CAL SWIM SCHOOL organized “Swim with the Olympians: Seminar Series” with of course the help from our friends from PASA (many many thanks!). Last December after the SEA Games, We swam with Daniel Coakley (the South East Asian “Sprint King”), Miguel Molina (the “MVP”), and now JB Walsh (the SEAGames record holder for the 200m butterfly and the first Filipino to go under 2-minutes in the same event). Surely, like the previous olympians who visited us, we enjoyed having JB swim with our aspiring and future Pinoy “World Class” Swimmers.
hhhmmm… So where do I begin…
Ah yes! Our friend Miguel Molina is an accomplished Filipino swimmer who has competed and won various local and international swimming competitions. His most notable achievement came during the 24th South East Asian Games held in Thailand in December 2007, where he was named Most Valuable Athlete!–He is only the second Filipino to be given the award, the other being Philippine swimming legend Eric Buhain.
He swims with us in Ayala Heights everytime he visits Manila. We had a pictorial with him just before the Beijing Olympics 2008… “a day in the life of Miguel Molina” a profile photo-shoot. With all his achievements and success in and out of the water–he is by far the most-humble and most-awesome swimmer we know and the kids look up to him↑.
We invited Migs to give a seminar about his experiences & adventures in swimming and other walks of life just after last’s year SEA Games where he defended his favorite events–the individual medleys… Last year, January 22nd at Ateneo de Manila LS pool, PASA & CAL Swim School was proud to present:
“Swim with Migs”— The Philippine Winning Spirit Clinic.
Take a look..
We would like to thank Miguel Molina for taking time to give an inspiring experience for the kids and coaches. We would also like to thank everyone who helped making the event happen and of course the ones who joined our day with Migs. God Bless and Good Luck! MABUHAY ANG MALALANGOY NA FILIPINO!
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