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    Fall 2018 Car Wash/ Bake Sale Event

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    The Sedona Race Pace Club... our new name is announced!

    Sedona Race Pace Club: Redefined, Rebranded, Positioned for Greatness

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    Our VVHP, Sedona Race Pace, team (minus Renae) at State Competition in Oro Valley this weekend.

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    VVHP takes 23 top-3 finishes at Beat the Heat!

    Verde Valley High Performance’s growing team took home 23 top-three finishes for a 218-point outing in Flagstaff last weekend. 

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    Sedona Coyotes making a splash!

    Our Coach Lauren and Kegn are making a splash with the Sedona Coyotes! 

    Sedona Coyotes Masters Team

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    Good luck Sana!

    The whole team wishes Sana well this weekend as she joins us in swimming competitively at her first meet alongside the VVHP team!

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    Wanted: Team News Reporter

    News posts are easy to create with our fancy new team website. We are looking for a News Reporter that can help keep our (big and small) victories posted as they roll in. If you’re that person, please let us know. 

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    Isabella swims her first 100 Fly at May Cray

    It was a hot race. So hot, the video camera overheated before the event was over. Good job Isabella!

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    Our Carlos Lattanzi Beats State Record in 400IM!

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    Sedona swimmers put in top times

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    About Sedona Race Pace Club

    Sedona Race Pace Club (SRPC) is a year-round swim team in Sedona, Arizona serving youth ages 5 to 18, collegiate swimmers, masters swimmers, and pre-team novices.

    We are proud affiliates of USA Swimming. Our expert USRPT coaches, Sean Emery and Lauren Robinson, provide personalized training to help each swimmer perfect their stroke and reach his or her full potential both in and out of the pool. Swimmers get to experience improvements through game-like sets, individualized feedback, dryland training, and participation in meets ranging from novice to international.

    Experience an Athletic Awakening with USRPT Training:

    While the average swim team practices physiology as the No. 1 blanket principle, our approach works better and faster because we prioritize the principles of specificity, individuality, and recovery in the optimal order of USRPT training which is 1.) Technique, 2.) Psychology, and 3.) Physiology. 

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