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We will go ahead and resume practice today. The air is in the unhealthy range for sensitive groups. So if you feel it is still unsafe for your child we will completely understand.
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With the way things are going in 2020, we can at least take a moment to celebrate our Senior Swimmers. These Seniors have represented Ripon Aquatics for at least 2 years and competing in numerous swim meets throughout their swimming career. Congratulations, it has been an honor and good luck in your future endeavors.
Meghan Tolman(Biola), Matthew Trejo( Biola), Sean Gutowski(Santa Barbara), Maika West(BYU), and Eleanor Tran( BYU-missing pic) ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the air quality being in the 200 range and that it has not gone down today; practice is cancelled.
We are watching the weather and forecasts to determine if there will be practice tomorrow morning. We will send out an email around 8 pm tonight with the details.
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Ripon Aquatics will conduct practice today during normal scheduled hours. The air quality is "unhealthy for certain groups." If your athlete and your family feel uncomfortable with the current air quality, please take today off from practice. The goal is to provide practice for our athletes but we realize that some individuals are uncomfortable with the current air quality. We understand.
Practice is tentatively scheduled at normal times for tomorrow, Friday, 9/11.
Tentative schedule for Saturday:
Swim Group 1 - 8 - 9:30 am
Polo - 9:45 - 11:15 am
Swim Group 2 - 11:30 - 1pm
Remember to bring a mask.
If you have symptoms of COVD - please stay home
Social distancing while waiting to be checked in
Exit the pool promptly and head home
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