2016 - 2017
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TNT Swimming is a member club of Southeastern Swimming, and provides year round, USA Swimming - certified instruction, coaching and competitive opportunities to children of all ability levels at the Bounds Family YMCA in Daphne, AL. For information please Email or call 251 - 300 - 0543.
Southeastern Swimming Team Champions
Small Team Division
Long Course 2011, 2007 & Short Course 2010, 2007
4 New Team Records, 10 Improved Time Standards,
24 Improved Times
2017 Southeastern Swimming
Short Course Championships
Sixteen TNT swimmers competed at the 2017 Southeastern Short Course Age Group Championships; This years championship team included: Maddox Balius, Elizabeth Chen, Aiden Dennis, Alyssa Dennis, Dane Goodman, Neely Hegan, Rawlin Hoffman, Ella McDowell, Marlee Moore, Evan Ren, Trey Sheils, Letitia Sim, Levenia Sim, Katherine Stough, Kristin Stough, Phinn Waters.
Twenty one TNT swimmers competed at the 2017 GPAC Tom Lalor Invitational, held June 2 - 4 in Pensacola. TNT had a great meet, accounting for 2 Age Group High Point Awards, 7 New Southeastern Long Course Championship qualifying times, 14 New Team Records, 36 Improved Time Standards and 119 Improved Times. The team also brought home the 2nd place team trophy. Nine TNT swimmers competed at the 2017 Birmingham Swim League Summer in the South Invitational, held June 17 - 18 in Birmingham, Alabama. TNT had a great meet, accounting for 1 New Southeastern Swimming Record, 1 New Southeastern Long Course Championship Qualifying Time, 7 New Team Records, 9 Improved Time Standards and 33 Improved Times.
Congratulations to TNT's Levenia Sim, who established a new Southeastern Swimming record in the 10 & under girls 100 meter butterfly. Levenia's time of 1:10.74 at the BSL Summer in the South Invitational, beat the previous record held by Kiara Norris of 1:11.07. This is Levenia's second Southeastern Swimming record. She also owns the SES 100 yard butterfly record of 1:02.23. Levenia is the first and only TNT swimmer to break a Southeastern Swimming record.
Twenty TNT swimmers competed at the 2017 GPAC Summer Finale, held July 1 & 2 at the University of West Florida in Pensacola. TNT had a great meet, accounting for 4 New Team Records, 12 New Southeastern Long Course Championship Qualifying Times, 25 Improved Age Group Time Standards and 88 Improved Times. The team also took home the 1st place travel team high point award.