This January, thirty eight Express Swimmers traveled to the University of Maryland to compete at the IMXtreme Games sponsored by United States Swimming. The IMXtreme Games promote and reward versatility in age group swimming while advocating greater participation and development across a range of events. The goal is to enable long term success in swimming. 

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Pictured: High Point Winners Cian Bice and Ryan Nunez with Coach Gail 

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Pictured: High Point Winners Veronica Gelfand and Brooke Armstrong

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Pictured: High Point Winners Matthew Chang and Ryan Shannon

Every year United States Swimming recognizes swimmers who excel in both the classroom and the pool. We are very proud of Megan Smith who has been named to USA Swimming's Scholastic All-America Team. 

USA Swimming Scholastic All-Americans are student athletes who have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, have completed the 10th, 11th or 12th grade, and have at least one cut for the Winter Junior Nationals. 

 

Twenty five Express swimmers qualified for the New York State Girls High School Swimming Championships at Ithaca College on November 20-21. 

What a great way to start the short course season! Proud! 

Top Row: Gabriella Meringolo, Ally Schillinger, Finola Heaney, Kali Nembach, Kylie Mulholland, Carrie Bonvissuto, Mia Bonvissuto

Middle Row: Molly McLoughlin, Jessica Whang, Wendy Mo, Claudia Brady, Alina Tucker, Miranda Gonzalez, Julia Giordano

Front Row: Olivia Ragusa, Morgan Rinn, Elizabeth Walsh, Georgeanne Zimmermann, Rose Kelly, Megan Smith, Caitlin Rappaport, Shannon Welcome

Also Qualifying: Garrity Kuester, Katherine Meyers, Anna Thompson

 

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Express' Billy Swartwout broke three Metropolitan Swimming records this summer during the Long Course season. Billy set new Metro records in the 200 Meter Free (2:07.73), the 400 Meter Free (4:29.26) and the 800 Meter Free (9:20:68). Congratulations, Billy!