NSSC: Helping Swimmers Realize Their Dreams and Goals

North Shore Swim Club hosts last chance Olympic Trial Qualifier June 15-17 at MIT.

Eleven days till USA Swiming host its 2012 Olympic Team Trials, and 44 more days until the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Summer Games to be held in London starting July 27.

The New England Swimming have a rich, and deep history of sending their athletes to compete of the worlds greatest stage. With several New England swimmers already guaranteed spots for the open water events, the rest will battle for spots a week from Monday out in Omaha, Ne.

North Shore Swim Club looks to help strenghthen that field by holding a last chance Olympic Trial Qualifier this upcoming weekend June 15-17 at the Zegiser Pool at MIT in Cambridge. For the entire weekend that the meet is running North Shore Swim Club will be holding time trials at no charge to the swimmers (as long as they hold a Junior National Long Course cut or faster), running along side their own Specialty Meet. The swimmers can come in and try to come one step closer to making their ultimate dream come true. They will have a loud, and enthusiastic crowd of spectators, and swimmers behind them pushing them along. There is nothing more inspiring then to witness swimmers you may know doing something amazing as making an Olympic Trial cut.

So if you are in the area, or are just looking for something amazing to witness stop by the pool at MIT and check it out.

NSSC is also accepting summer swimming registrations for their June 25-Aug. 3 session. For more information check out their website www.northshoreswimclub.com or contact coach Tony Padvaskis at tonypad@aol.com or (978) 314-5445

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