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North Bay Aquatics Varsity group is back for the spring & summer! The Varsity group is for athletes interested in improving their swimming technique while also gaining more fitness. This is great for multi sport athletes, especially those looking to get ready for high school polo season this fall. It is open to all
swimmers in 8th-12th grade. Athletes are encouraged to join in at swim
meets. If you are interested in competing this summer, please let us know and we will get you the information.


Session 1: May 8-June 9; $290 registration fee
  • Monday-Friday 4:30-5:45pm @ College of Marin Kentfield
  • No Practice 5/26-29
Session 2: June 12-July 27; $380 registration fee
  • Monday & Wednesday 7:00-8:15am @ Redwood High School
  • Tuesday & Thursday 3:00-4:15pm @ College of Marin Kentfield
  • Saturday 8:30-9:45am @ College of Marin Kentfield

To register for the Varsity Group or if there are any questions, please email Coach Max,
Swimmers need to register with USA Swimming for insurance purposes – the cost is $85. We will send out a link to do that before the first day of practice

The document NBA_Spring_Summer_Varsity_Group_2022_23.pdf was attached to this post.


Augusta Lewis, representing CMS last week finished her final collegiate swim season by winning the 400IM at the DIII National Championships. She had previously finished 2,3,4,5 in these prestigious meets. And today she can add 1st to that list of accomplishments. Those who know her are very pleased but not surprised. She has earned her awards the usual way…hard work, focus, relentless in her pursuits while always knowing there are no guarantees. A little side note – in 2018 when she was in her Senior year at Marin Academy trying to make the CA State Championship meet in the 200IM (had to go a 2:07) she was looking at her splits and saying that “I’ll have to go a 30 in the freestyle. No one goes a 30 at the end” I believe it was her Dad who said something to the effect of “well you’ll just need to do that.” And of course she did. Last week her splits were fly 58.5; back 1:06.3; breast 1:11.4 and free 59.2 (28.9 last 50!)…4:15.7 total time. Her big breakout wasn’t really until the summer of 2018 when she scored at Futures. Hard work always pays off. You never know when it will happen. When you consider how many swimmers compete it is remarkable that there simply aren’t that many National Champions. Congrats Augusta – Grit personified.!!! #TTP

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North Bay Aquatics Racing Start Clinic

Posted by North Bay Aquatics at Mar 18, 2023 4:55PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

North Bay Aquatics Racing Start Clinic, April 23rd @ Redwood High School! If you are looking to sharpen some skills before your High School League Championship Meet or get a jump start on your competition before MSL season kicks off, come join our racing start clinic! Check out the attached flyer and send any questions to

The document Racing_Start_Clinic.pdf was attached to this post.

Coach Don on Brett Hawke's Podcast

Posted by North Bay Aquatics at Feb 28, 2023 12:11PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Coach Don was on the largest podcast in the world of competitive swimming, “Inside with Brett Hawke.” Don told some stories on his influences in coaching and what excites him about going to the pool to work with our athletes. Use the link below to give it a listen!


Attached is the youth team’s meet schedule for the winter and early spring!

The document WINTER23_meet_schedule_website_edition.pdf was attached to this post.