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ROANOKE VALLEY AQUATIC ASSOCIATION




NEWS

2015 VOLUNTEER TRAINING UPDATED

Volunteer training schedule for the 2015 season has been updated.

VOLUNTEER TRAINING INFORMATION

2015 RVAA SEASON INFORMATION

Registration for the 2015 season is now active. The link to online registration can be found on the left toolbar. The RVAA newsletter has been posted with updated information for this season including registration instructions. The meets for the 2015 season will be held on the following Mondays:

June 8th, June 15th, June 22nd, June 29th, July 6th, July 13th

The 2015 Duane Whitenack City/County Championship will be held 24th and 25th at the Salem YMCA.

CITY/COUNTY RESULTS

Hunting Hills wins the 2014 Duane Whitenack City/County Championships held on July 25th and 26th at the Salem Family YMCA. Hunting Hills, OLN, Spring Run, and Castle Rock win their respective divisions. Links to the scores and City/County results can be found below.

RESULTS | MENS BREAST AND FREE RESULTS | FINAL SCORES AND STANDINGS

 
 
RVAA MISSION STATEMENT

The Roanoke Valley Aquatic Association was offically organized in 1964 when the RVAA prepared the present constitution and by-laws under the direction and supervision of the late Ed Hughes. During the same year, the AAU offically sanctioned the RVAA

The RVAA has grown from an organization with only a few hundred swimmers in 1964 to approximately 1,699 swimmers in 2012. Following the summer swim season each year, the RVAA holds a championship meet, involving all of the current year's participating teams. At the conclusion of the championship meet, the organization presents plaques and awards in each division for appropriate finishes. The RVAA also maintains, updates yearly, and publishes a record of all the fastest times in the individual age groups events for the championship meet.

The mission of RVAA is to promote the sport of swimming for participants of all ages and abilities throughout the Roanoke Valley Region. All swimmers, parents, coaches, and volunteers will be treated with the highest standards of courtesy and dignity in an environment that fosters fun, personal growth, fair play, and good sportsmanship. RVAA strives to ensure an equitable system of competition among swimmers. Its member swim clubs, in promoting team unity and competition, are charged with abiding by the letter and spirit of the RVAA rules.

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