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    Welcome to the South Briar Barracudas!

    Since the mid-1970's, the South Briar Barracudas Swim Team has been committed to working hard, having fun, and swimming fast. Located in the Energy Corridor of West Houston, the Barracudas are a member of the Briar Forest Swim League. We cater to any athlete from age 4 to age 18 who is looking to make swimming a part of their Summer. We also offer "Cudas-In-Training" a pre-swim team program, for children as young as 4 years old.

    Registration for the 2020 Swim Season opens on April 1st! 


    All age group practices will be led by our coaches at the South Briar Pool. Age groups are determined by the age of the swimmer on May 31 of the current swim season. Barracudas practice every weekday afternoon during the month of May and on Saturdays. Once school is out, practices will take place Monday-Saturday mornings throughout the month of June. The length of practice varies from 30 minutes to one hour, depending on the age of the swimmer. 




    Cudas in Training 4:00-4:30 n/a n/a
    6 & Under 4:30-5:00 7:30-8:00 7:30-8:00
    7-8 5:00-6:00 8:00-9:00 8:00-9:00
    9-10 6:00-7:00 9:00-10:00 9:00-10:00
    11&Up 7:00-8:00 10:00-11:00 10:00-11:00

    New Swimmers:

    Our coaches do not expect the swimmers to be experts, but they do need to be confident in the water, and comfortable swimming with their faces in the water. Swim practices are for refining stroke techniques, including diving, and building endurance/speed. If your child is inexperienced, we suggest enrolling your child in outside swim lessons to learn water safety skills and stroke fundamentals. In order to compete in swim meets, athletes must be able to swim 25 yards (1 length of the pool) freestyle in 75 seconds or less. 


    Cudas-In-Training (CIT) is a program for children 8 & under who aren't quite ready to compete, but who are interested in learning from our coaches and gaining confidence. This is great for younger swimmers/siblings who are comfortable in the water, ready for instruction, have already had some basic swim lessons, but still need assistance getting across the pool. This is not a private swim lesson; rather CIT swimmers will strengthen their strokes to get ready for full-scale swim team. The ultimate goal of this “pre- team” program is training children to swim independently, all while having fun and discovering how great it is to be a BARRACUDA! They will have their own dedicated practices in May. 

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