BATTLEFIELD PARK SWIM CLUB
The Battlefield Park Swim Club (BPSC) is a swim team formed in January 2006 from the previous swim club named the Petersburg Swim Association (PSA), which was originally formed in 1996 as one combined swim team consisting primarily of members from both the Battlefield Park Swim & Racquet Club and the Country Club of Petersburg. Just as the previous swim club strived to enlist new swimmers, and provide an environment of competitive fun and learning for swim team members of all ages, the swim club also strives to do the same. BPSC allows swimmers ages 5-17 to participate as members of the team even if their families are not members of the Battlefield Park Swim & Racquet Club, so the team is even more representative of the surrounding community at large. The team competes against six other swim clubs in the surrounding area Rivers Bend Swim Club(RB), Sherwood Hills Swim Club(SH), Southbend Swim Team(SB), Stoney Glen Swim Association (SG), Swim & Yacht Club(SYC), and Wood Dale Swim Club(WD).
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We are offering spirit wear this swim season. Order forms are available.
All practices are held at Battlefield Park Swim Club.
Monday-Thursday until meets start. No practice on Memorial Day.
Groups will begin at 5:00. Coaches will be evaluating swimmers needs and placing them appropriately in the practice times.
(All ages but swimmer must be able to complete 25M independently.)
Groups will begin at 5:30. Coaches will be evaluating swimmers needs and placing them appropriately in the practice times.
Practice times may change based on the number of swimmers enrolled.
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All evening meets begin promptly at 6:30 pm. Home team warm-ups begin at 5:45pm and the visiting team warm-ups begin at 6:00 pm. Regularly scheduled Saturday morning meets begin promptly at 8:00 am. Home team warm-ups begin at 7:15 am and the visiting team warm-ups begin at 7:30 am.
CHAMPS is held on Friday evening and Saturday morning at the end of July. Age level determines when the swimmer swims.
Note: Championship warm-ups for older swimmers (11 and over) begin promptly at 5:00 pm on Friday and championship warm-ups for younger swimmers (10 and under) begin at 8:00 am on Saturday. Swimmers must participate in at least two regular season meets to qualify for the championship meet.