NVSL Swim News & Information

  • Sportsmanship Awards

    Mon, 8-6-2018 | Kelly Parry

    The award is presented annually to one team in each division that best exemplifies the principles of good sportsmanship as embodied in the NVSL Standards of Conduct.  The divisions' teams vote for the award with each team casting three ballots: one vote from the Team Representative, a second from coaches, and a third based on a vote of the 13 & over team members.   NVSL Division Sporstmanship Awards were awarded at all Divisionals meets.  The teams receiving this award are the following:

             1 -- Langley             2 -- Vienna Aquatic Club    3 -- Mount Vernon Park    4 -- Virginia Run
             5 -- Pinecrest           6 -- Mantua                     7 -- Mosby Woods            8 -- Cottontail
             9 -- Mansion House  10 -- Great Falls              11 -- South Run               12 -- Shouse Village
            13 -- Springboard     14 -- Woodley                 15 -- Hollin Hills               16 -- Broyhill Crest
            17 -- Pinewood Lake

    Congratulations to our 2018 Sportsmanship Award recipients!

  • Stars Align for Three Virgos at Little Rocky Run

    Sun, 8-5-2018 | Paul Parry

    At a muggy and damp Little Rocky Run yesterday, amid the crowd and under the gaze of the immortal Bob York, three All Stars reached record holder status.

    In the 11-12 Freestyle, Michael Mullen of Old Keene Mill stunned the crowd in an upset over the current record-holder, Donovan Kovalsky, finishing with a blazing kick and touching in 26.18.  Donovan had just lowered the mark to 26.20 the week before.

    Then in the 13-14 Girls Back, Hunter Mill’s Alexandra Dicks tied 18-time All American Janet Hu’s 29.75.  Janet’s record was set in 2010 while she was at Mosby Woods.

    The last record was set in the Boys 9-10 Breast, when Brandon Lesser of Daventry lowered his own mark of 37.28, touching in 37.26.

  • Individual All Stars

    Sun, 7-29-2018 | Kelly Parry

    All Stars tomorrow! 

    Chesterbrook Streams and Swim Ninja have partnered to provide a LIVESTREAM of the 2018 NVSL Individual All-Star meet from Little Rocky Run! All races can be viewed live on SwimNinja.com with enhanced coverage of the meet, or directly on the Swim Ninja youtube channel using this link: https://youtu.be/i50ntuXjGHE - Check out these viewing options to experience all the sights and sounds from the day. Note that the link will not go “live” until just before the competition starts - so be patient for these very exciting races. 

    Keep up with scratches, move-ups and the latest psych sheets here.  The final set of scratches & move-ups and the final psych sheet will be posted on the website tonight ~10 pm on Friday.

    The weather may be kind to the NVSL tomorrow but there is a very high probability of mud.  Bring lots of tarps for ground cover in your team area and your surrounding areas.

    Please be courteous and adhere to all volunteer instructions.  Any tents sent up before 7am will be taken down.

    Information for Team Reps, Coaches and the Public can be found in the All Star Folder.

  • Records Tumble on Divisional Saturday

    Sat, 7-28-2018 | Paul Parry

    Across the county today, swimmers took advantage of the pleasant weather to set seven new NVSL records.

    At the Division 3 meet at Hunt Valley, Donovan Kovalsky of Mount Vernon Park took down Cyrus Hashemi's 11 year old 11-12 Free record of 26.44, hitting the wall in 26.20.

    The 8-year-old phenom Andy Li of Kent Gardens went two-for-two at the Division 7 meet hosted by Mosby Woods, setting new marks in both the Breaststroke (19.35) and the Butterfly (16.21).  The previous Breast record was held by Blake Masden (19.77 in 2016) and Andy had the previous fly record of 16.37.

    Brandon Lesser of Daventry tied Charlie Greenwood's 37.28 in the Boys 9-10 Breaststroke, exciting the Division 16 crowd at Broyhill Crest.  Charlie set his record at All Stars last year.

    At the Division 1 meet at Tuckahoe, Catherine Hughes broke her own 11-12 Breast record, besting her record of 34.63 with a 34.40.  Also breaking a record at that meet was Tuckahoe's Nolan Dunkel in the 11-12 Fly.  He outswam Max Cruz's 28.53, going 28.47.

    Rutherford's Aiken Do took down Anthony Grimm's one year-old 13-14 Breast record of 30.63 by touching in 30.41.  He did it at the Division 8 meet at Waynewood.

       Donovan Kovalsky of MVP                  Nolan Dunkel & Catherine Hughes of Tuckahoe

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