High school swimming in the state of Florida features some of the best athletes in the nation, already at the top of their sport. If the high school football team was the same, they’d be going up against NFL players.
The Sr Group (13 & up) will take a training trip to the Asheville, NC area for some heavy training and team bonding. The price is $450 per person, which includes 4 nights in a dorm setting, travel, all food, rafting, sightseeing, swimming pool rental, coaching and supervision. Sign up form here.
Commitment for the trip is due by this Tuesday, May 1st along with $125, and the remainder is due by May 15. It would be great to know your intentions as soon as possible, Thanks!
Please send a YES or NO to Joe Auer at JoeAuer4@gmail.com
The Jr Group (8th Grade & Under) will have their own fun trip! They will be heading to Atlanta for a single-day meet and tons of fun on June 9-10 ! Sign up form here.
We wanted to give you parents and alumni a glimpse into how hard these athletes are working!
A coach has to take his athletes to the breaking point without actually breaking them, and all the while keep his athletes enthused, excited, and positive about training day in and day out, mile after mile, 300 sit ups after 300 sit ups.
We're excited to have you as part of the Blue Dolfins family!
When I was 12 years old and an age group swimmer for the Blue Dolfins at Rollins College, Dr. Keith Bell, a famed sports psychologist, came and taught us a little lesson about consistency that many kids really don’t see too often today. Dr. Bell held up a huge pickle jar full of uncooked popcorn. Each kernel represented the practices of a swimmer.
The Blue Dolfins are Central Florida's oldest competitive swim team. Established in 1972 by the legendary coach Harry Meisel, the Blue Dolfins have helped to develop thousands of swimmers from age groupers just learning to swim to Olympic Trials qualifiers, including 1996 Olympian Jilen Siroky.
The Blue Dolfins tradition of excellence is carried on today in three locations. Head Coach Charlie Rose oversees over 150 swimmers at the 50-meter pool at the Oviedo Aquatic Complex and acts as the main branch of Blue Dolfins swimming. Coach Kevin Meisel (Harry's son) oversees a developmental branch at the Winter Park Racquet Club. Our newest branch, structured for ages 13 and up only, is here at Winter Park High School and is being overseen by Coach Joe Auer.
If you are interested in joining the Blue Dolfins at WPHS, contact Coach Joe at joe@bluedolfinsWPHS.com.