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Swim Florida came away with third place overall team honors at the Get Rowdy Short Course meet in New Haven. It was a great team effort with many best times. Taylor Tedhams finished with high point for 8 & Under and Lucia Buenfil finished in 2nd place for 6 & under swimmers.


Posted by SWIM FLORIDA ~ CAPE CORAL at May 29, 2019 8:40AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Former Cape Aquatics swimmer, Zach Keating, is now coaching in Tallahassee. Best wishes as a coach Zach!


Posted by SWIM FLORIDA ~ CAPE CORAL at Apr 14, 2019 10:05AM PDT ( 1 Comment )

Cape swimmers dropped time in most of their swims at the 2019 Rowdy Gaines Cup Meet this weekend in Winter Haven. The team put together enough great long course swims to take home the third place trophy. Earning top age group point awards were Taylor Tedhams for 8 and under girls, Jacob Lehman in the 10 & under boys and Hayden Tedhams in the 11 & 12 boys. A great meet for our swimmers. Lots of smiles all around. Complete results will be posted ASAP. Thanks to all the families participating this weekend.

Cape swimmers had an outstanding meet at the SRQ Tsunami Spring Fling meet March 9th. Achieving four new national standards, and seventy-one best times.
Evy Case (10) reached a “B” time in the 50-yard Breaststroke with a time of 53.09.
Ella Cunningham-Crangle (9) touched home with a time of 38.70 in the 50-yard Freestyle gaining a “B” standard.
Ryan Francis covered the 200-yard Freestyle in 2:21.74 reaching the “B” standard.
Faith Fuhrman (13) finished with a “BB” standard in the 500-yard Freestyle with a time of 6:16.71.
Complete results are posted on our website under meet results.

Freshman Andrew Mills, Virginia Military Institute, competed this past weekend in the ECAC Championships held at the United States Naval Academy. The VMI men’s 200-medley relay team of Stephen Hopta, Cooper, Andrew Mills and Zach Emerson finished in 1:36.07 to break the freshman record. On the last day of the meet Andrew had his best time in the 200-yard Butterfly with a time of 1:55.66 (-.87) – (25.00/28.44[53.40] 29.97/32.29 [1:02.26]. Andrew placed 13th in the event. During his visit to Annapolis, Andrew was able to get together with a former Cape teammate, Mary Hess. Swimming creates life long friendships.