Summer is for swimming, and Robin Hood Swim Team is a great all-around experience not just for swimmers but for the whole family!
Led by our longtime coach Brian Camp, the Robin Hood swim opportunity for children up to 18 years old to advance their swimming skills while experiencing the fun of competition, team spirit and good sportsmanship. Making the team experience even more memorable are the many social events planned throughout the season, including movie days, pep rallies and a season-ending trip to Hershey Park! And no one wants to miss the annual awards banquet celebrating all the hard work and unforgettable memories of the season.
The 2022 in-person swim team registration and water safety assessment for all new team members under age 10 is Monday, May 30, 10:00-11:00a.m. Every swimmer must complete the 2022 RHSC Online Registration by clicking HERE. Payment can be made using any major credit card, check or cash. Checks should be made payable to Robin Hood Swim Team and submitted to Ingrid Kleckner.
You will also have the opportunity to see and order your team suits.
Robin Hood Swim Team competes with other neighborhood swim teams in the Montgomery County Swim League (MCSL). This year our team will compete in Division D. “A” meets are held on Saturday mornings, and “B” meets are scheduled on Wednesday nights.
Swimmers compete based on their ages as of June 1. The team is open to all swimmers under 18 who can swim at least one length of the pool comfortably. Children will be grouped in practice both by age and ability.
Before school lets out, all practices are held in the afternoons. But after school ends, Robin Hood will offer its main practice every morning, while swimmers who are in camps or daycare during the day may, with the coach’s permission, attend a lower-intensity evening practice.
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Brian CampHead Coach
Brian has been coaching the MCSL and US Swimming for over 40 years. His swimming background includes competing in the MCSL and at Towson University. In 2018, he was inducted into the MCSL Hall of Fame as a coach. This summer will be his 18th at Robin Hood where he maintains the same enthusiasm he did his first year as head coach. Brian always gets excited seeing kids of all ages learning new strokes, improving their times, developing team spirit and just having fun!