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Our June long course swim meet was a great success! We are so proud of our swimmers! We had 9 swimmers participate in their first long course meet. Our largest time drop of the meet was Anastacia Cabral with an 83.27 seconds drop in her 200 free from her last long course swim meet in 2019. This time drop was closely by the time drop by Robert Thacker with an 83.26 second drop in his 100 free from his last 2018 long course meet. All our swimmers dropped time in at least one event if not all of their events. Our swimmers rock!

The document cclr_june_2021_swim_meet_results.pdf was attached to this post.

We are now able to host a USA Swimming sanctioned meet at the CCISD Natatorium. The swim meet will be held June 26-27, 2021. The meet information is attached. Please get with your coach to determine your entries for the meet. We will need volunteers to assist with the meet. Please talk with your coach to determine the best volunteer position for you. If you have any questions, please talk with your coach. The meet information is attached below.

Corpus Christi Aquatic Alliance was originally formed with USA Swimming teams only from the Corpus Christi area. With the addition of USA Swimming teams from Laredo and Del Rio, we have changed our name to CCLR – which is short for Corpus Christi Laredo Del Rio Aquatic Alliance. We are excited about our partnership with these other teams and look forward to a long and successful alliance that will benefit all the swimmers in our alliance. We are in the process of getting new swim caps for all our swimmers. We are still the same alliance; we have just changed our name to reflect the diversity of our alliance teams.

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