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Oct 152014
 

Dear Supporters,

The  subject  event is only a little over a week away and we still have plenty of spots available.  Please pass along the attached registration information to swimmers and their parents  in your network encouraging them to participate  and benefit from this experience.

The link below has the media coverage for this year’s clinic.

http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/local/mason/2014/10/05/olympian-vanderkaay-support-cerd-swim-clinic/16769135/

Below please also  find  links to two short videoclips  with  snippets from the 2012 and 2013 swim  clinics  respectively, which provide an overview of the event.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/dcewsvc33hg37ni/Jose%20Cerda%20Swim%20Camp.mov?dl=0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drTEEiWyoZY&sns=em

Thank you for promoting this Swim Clinic and  contributing  to make it a success.  Looking forward to continue working with all of you in the future.

 

Luisa N Cerda

 

http://www.jcafoundation.org

http://www.joseito.webs.com (Memorial website)

Sep 152012
 

Announcing a great opportunity for experienced high school and elite junior high school swimmers to sign up for a Swim Clinic on October 27th at UC to fine tune strokes and develop high-level competitive techniques. The Clinic includes elite instructors from The Ohio State University, Xavier University, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Marlins, Sycamore High School, Anderson Barracudas, Mason Manta Rays among others. This Swim Clinic was created in memory of Jose Cerda, who passed away on October 26, 2010 during a swim practice. Its purpose is to help swimmers improve to the next level of performance and foster unity throughout the sport community.

New this year, Olympians such as Whitney Myers and Simon Burnett will share their swimming career experiences with student athletes.  In addition to being very inspirational, we expect this session to provide invaluable first-hand advice about the mental, social and health issues related to the sport

Many thanks for your partnership,
Luisa N. Cerda
On behalf of the Jose Cerda Aquatic Foundation Board

Registration Flyer – CLICK HERE

 

 Posted by at 9:51 AM
Apr 062012
 

“Dear friends,

I just want to provide an update on the subject.  The Jose Cerda Aquatic Foundation (JCAF) has now received over $3,000 in donations from more than 30 local businesses as shown in the attached.   These items will be raffled at the JCAF event on April 21st.

Also,  Kevin Youkilis, a former Sycamore alumnus and now professional baseball player and  Wolf Wigo, the former water polo Olympian,  are donating autographed items to the JCAF.

We are very grateful to the Community for the extraordinary support; as none of this would be possible without it.

Looking forward to seeing you on April 21st at The Phoenix.  Thank you.

Luisa”

Complete details on the gala on Jose Cerda Foundation website

Click here for JCAF 2012 Dinner & Gala Pamphlet

 

 Posted by at 1:14 PM
Feb 122012
 

Megan Day (100 Free, 100 Back), Kate Randall (200 Free, 500 Free), Audrey Jewell (100 Fly, 100 Back), Dani Wheeler (100 Back, 100 Fly) qualified for Districts.  The 200 Medley & 400 Free Relays qualified as well. Complete results have not been posted on swimmeet.com.  Additional information will be posted once the final results have been posted.

Swimmer Recap:

Megan Day: 100 Free, 57.43 – 17th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 32nd for Districts

Megan Day: 100 back, 1:03.78 – 17th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 26th for Districts

Dani Wheeler: 100 Back, 1:04.04 – 18th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 27th for Districts

Dani Wheeler: 100 Fly, 1:04.04 – 16th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 31st for Districts

Kate Randall: 200 Free, 1:59.01 – 4th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 12th for Districts

Kate Randall: 500 Free, 5:21.65 – 6th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 14th for Districts

Audrey Jewell: 100 Fly , 1:02.77 – 12th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 24th for Districts

Audrey Jewell: 100 Back , 1:03.62- 14th at Mason Sectional Meet, seeded 23rd for Districts

Complete results: CLICK HERE

 

 

 

Feb 112012
 

Andrew Albert qualified for the Southwest District Championship meet in the 100 Freestyle and 200 Individual Medley.  He swam a 48.93 in the 100 Free placing him 6th at the Sectional Meet held at Mason High School.  With that time he goes in to Districts seeded 9th overall.   In the 200 IM he swam a 2:01.93 placing him 3rd at Mason.  That time sends him to Districts seeded 10th overall.

The girls are competing this morning at Mason.

For meet information CLICK HERE

 Posted by at 8:28 AM