This age group is for swimmers born in 2009/2010 and swimmers born in 2008/2009.


Its main goals are: 

Understand doing. 

Develop technical skills with an intervention of varied stimuli supported by audiovisual material and image analysis.   

Development of physical capacities using the swimmer's physiological, technical, anthropometric and athletic profile.   

Contribute to the swimmer's integral training as a citizen and sportsman, through the principles and fundamental values of competitive sport.  

Create strategies to maintain a positive, healthy and motivating training environment.  

Provide conditions to maintain team motivation, a spirit of mutual help and respect for everyone's efforts.  

Encourage resilience and persistence for the swimmer's self improvement.  

Promote teamwork to achieve common goals.  

Evaluate, prescribe and monitor according to scientific evidence.  




Increase the representativeness of the club in:   

Zonal tournaments   

National championships  

Raise the competitive level of the team - obtain outstanding classifications  




Development of intense aerobic work, speed and tactical training

Emphasize the individualization of training and introduce the importance of formulating personal goals and strategies to achieve them 

Use of available technological tools (virtual trainer, filming, video analysis...) as a way of evaluating and controlling the training process as well as maintaining the motivation of the team's work




Anthropometric Evaluation and Movement Quality

Evaluation of the athletic profile

Planning according to individual characteristics

Division into work groups according to needs  

Implementing and raising awareness of the importance of training routines aimed at reducing the risk of injury




Raising awareness of the importance of healthy eating habits

To signal athletes who need a more individual follow-up




To monitor and develop the essential dimensions for the athlete's development

Monitoring of individual motivational indexes

To signalize athletes who need a more individual follow-up