Getting in the swim of things


Thursday, July 3rd, 2014
Issue 27, Volume 18.


Getting in the swim of things

Getting in the swim of things - Courtesy photo. - FHS swim instructor Sarah Draves, right, uses toys to get Nathan Geis comfortable in the pool at a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.
FHS swim instructor Sarah Draves, right, uses toys to get Nathan Geis comfortable in the pool at a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Annika Boddaert learns swimming techniques by kicking while hanging on to the side of the pool during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.
Annika Boddaert learns swimming techniques by kicking while hanging on to the side of the pool during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Taylor Guerrettaz jumps in the pool during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson session on June 26.
Taylor Guerrettaz jumps in the pool during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson session on June 26.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Swim instructor Mike Maryn, left, encourages Chance Conover to take a leap off the diving board during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson.
Swim instructor Mike Maryn, left, encourages Chance Conover to take a leap off the diving board during a Fallbrook High School swim lesson.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Karley Busby takes a breath of air while learning to swim during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.
Karley Busby takes a breath of air while learning to swim during a Fallbrook High swim lesson on June 26.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Isabella Toliver learns to dive during swim lessons at Fallbrook High on June 26.
Isabella Toliver learns to dive during swim lessons at Fallbrook High on June 26.

Getting in the swim of things - Shane Gibson photo. - Swim instructor Sam McDaniels, left, teaches Anthony Fanelli the basics of swimming at the Fallbrook High School pool.
Swim instructor Sam McDaniels, left, teaches Anthony Fanelli the basics of swimming at the Fallbrook High School pool.


 

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