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  • Speedo Winter Champs Final Results

    Speedo Winter Champs Final Results

    After an action-packed 4 days, the 2017 Annual Speedo Championships have come to an end. Read More
  • Last Chance to Sign Up

    Last Chance to Sign Up

    Time is running out to sign up for the clinic on December 2nd in with Olympic gold medalist Tyler Clary! Read More
  • 2017 Pompano Beach Turkey Classic

    2017 Pompano Beach Turkey Classic

    On Sunday, the Mullins and Silver groups participated in the Turkey Classic at Pompano! We had some great swims and a lot of best times! Read More
  • 2017 Mike Horgan Invitational

    2017 Mike Horgan Invitational

    The Lake Lytal Lightning Swim Team hosted the 2017 Mike Horgan Invitational on October 13-15, 2017 Read More
  • Great swims at the IMX Challenge

    Great swims at the IMX Challenge

    This past weekend Mullins groups participated in the IMX Challenge at Sunrise Read More
  • Kicking Mania at Mullins

    Kicking Mania at Mullins

    On Thursday, September 28th, Mullins groups participated in Kicking Mania day! Read More
  • Fitter and Faster Clinic on December 2nd

    Fitter and Faster Clinic on December 2nd

    Olympic gold medalist Tyler Clary is coming to Coral Springs for the Slay the DRAGon clinic Read More
  • Stellar Swims at Sunrise Open Invite

    Stellar Swims at Sunrise Open Invite

    Saturday, Sep 23 was a typical hot autumn day in Florida’s Gold Coast but CSSC swimmers did not let the heat affect Read More
  • Short course season is in full swing

    Short course season is in full swing

    This past weekend, our Mullins groups participated in the NPB 14th Annual Sprint Invitational Read More
  • Mullins Ice Cream Social

    Mullins Ice Cream Social

    On August 17, Mullins groups had an ice cream social and a surprise baby shower for Coach Jessica Read More
  • Area 2 Championships

    Area 2 Championships

    Area 2's took place July 14-16, 2017, and many CSSC swimmers qualified for JOs over the weekend Read More
  • Evdokimov returns from Phillips 66

    Evdokimov returns from Phillips 66

    At the end of June, Alex Evdokimov headed over to Indianapolis, Indiana, to compete at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships Read More
  • 2017 CSSC Banquet

    2017 CSSC Banquet

    The 2017 banquet was held on May 27th, at the lovely Congregation Kol Tikvah in Parkland Read More
  • Jesse Vasallo Invitational Results

    Jesse Vasallo Invitational Results

    CSSC participated in the Jesse Vassallo Invitational, hosted by The Pompano Beach Pirhanas, May 19-21. Read More
  • HAT Sizzler and CSSC Invitational

    HAT Sizzler and CSSC Invitational

    Last weekend, CSSC participated in two local events, including our home meet. Read More
  • Firecracker and IMR Pentathlon

    Firecracker and IMR Pentathlon

    CSSC had incredible results with exceptional time drops in all age groups from top to bottom Read More
  • CSSC wishes Coach Emma Volz all the best

    CSSC wishes Coach Emma Volz all the best

    Coach Emma graduated from College last week, and the Mullins swimmers threw her a farewell party Read More
  • CSSC delivers in April Sizzler

    CSSC delivers in April Sizzler

    Thorpe outswam her competition in each of the 4 events in which she competed Read More
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2017 Calendar 

Swimmers of the Month

November 2017

November 2017

We had 2 Swimmers of the Month for the Red, 2 for the Green and 2 Read More
September/October 2017

September/October 2017

We had 2 Swimmers of the Month for the Red, 4 for the Green and 4 Read More
August 2017

August 2017

We had 2 Swimmers of the Month for the Red, 2 from the Green and 2 Read More
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In The News

  • Speedo Winter Championships Final Results

      After an action-packed 4 days, the 2017 Annual Speedo Read More
  • Swimmers of the Month: November 2017

    The Mullins Park program at the Coral Springs Swim Club Read More
  • Speedo Championships Day 3

      The third day of the 27th Annual Speedo Winter Read More
  • 2017 Speedo Winter Champs Day 2

      The second day of the 27th Annual Speedo Winter Read More
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  • Volunteer Sign Up

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 2017 Coral Springs Sprint Invitational (SCY)

 

December 9-10, 2017

Meet Info | TM Entry

 

 

Volunteer Sign Up

Volunteer Sign Up

Join us this Dec 9-10 for the 2017 Coral Springs Sprint Invitational
As always, CSSC offers fun perks and to our volunteers.
  • VIP Parking 
  • Free Entry
  • Free Heat Sheet
  • Breakfast
  • Snacks and Drinks
  • Lunch
Volunteer positions available for everyone.
Community service opportunities available for middle school and high school students.
​If you would like to contribute by donating breakfast items or baked goods for either day of the competition, please contact us

Naomi and Lynn
Volunteer Coordinators
 

Naomi Candido     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.             (954) 608-0700
Lynn McCormick   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    (260) 410-6825

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Michael Lohberg Scholarship Fund

Donations to the Scholarship Fund or to sponsor a swimmer for the to Train like a Seal event can be made by pressing the button below. If sponsoring, please provide the name of the swimmer in the message box

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Escrow Payments

Escrow Payments

CSSC families can now make escrow payments online. Payments by check can still be dropped of at the Aquatic Complex office Read More
CSSC Apparel

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CSSC Towels and Blankets Available Now. Order conveniently online, and you can pick up your order at the Office! Read More
Volunteer with CSSC

Volunteer with CSSC

Volunteers Make Our Swim Club Great! Volunteers are the lifeblood of a swim team. Parents, siblings, and friends are an Read More
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When he won the 200-yard breastroke at the 2013 Winter Nationals last year, CSSC’s Ilya Evdokimov joined a list of firsts. The feat never was achieved before by a Coral Springs Swim Club athlete.

“Ilya is a very talented swimmer,” CSSC Head Coach, Bruno Darzi, said of the champion. “He has developed into one of the best 18 and under swimmers in the country and I’m excited to see what the future holds for him.”

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Graduating from Taravella High School in Coral Springs this month, Evdokimov has competed against top swimmers in Florida and around the country. Prior to his national win in Tennessee, he took the high school state title for Taravella in the 100-yard breaststroke.

Although “being the best” is in the swimmer’s sights, the 18-year-old Russian immigrant had his doubts at one point. After moving to the United States at age 11, he quit swimming for a few years to adjust to school and life in the states. He got back in water at age 15 and since has strived to excel in the sport.

“At first it was hard mentally, because I would see fast swimmers and sometimes wonder about how good I could have been if I didn’t stop,” he said. “Now, I want to see how good I can get and how far I can take my swimming career,” he said.

After gaining early acceptance to Cornell University in December, Evdokimov may get the chance. Cornell’s Big Red Bears are constantly re-inventing the record book and last year closed out the Ivy League season number eight. Moreover, Evdokimov’s breastroke is powerful - and with times that top national averages in 100 and 200 meter/yard events will be an asset to the team.

In addition to swimming at Cornell, Evdokimov plans to major in biology and pursue a medical curriculum. A weighted high school GPA of 5.2 sets the stage for strong academic success, as do Advanced Placement studies in science and math.

“I always wanted to be a doctor. Helping people fits me best,” he said.

Aside from the sport making him “stronger, bigger and fitter,” swimming has shown him that “all good things take time and everything hard eventually passes,” Evdokimov said. Most importantly, “attitude affects results,” something he admires in Michael Phelps. Evdokimov respects the uber-Olympian for being mentally tough in his back half and for trying new things in the water and out.

“Swimming as also taught me time management, sacrifice and teamwork. It’s a big part of who I am and it’s part of my everyday life,” he said.

Edokimov credits CSSC coaches for him getting back in the water after a three-year hiatus. They fixed his technique, honed his racing strategies and increased his speed. For that, he’s eternally grateful, he said.

“They got me to the level where I’m at today. I can see the results of their hard work both in myself and in the rest of the swimmers in their groups.”

Evdokimov eats Cocoa Puffs before meets. “I’m not sure how it started, but since I found it it’s been working for me,” he said.

Afterwards - time with friends, favorite foods and a long sleep.

Does Evdokimov think about the Olympics?

Yes.

Does he think he can make the Olympic team?

Anything is possible.

Will he go for it?

Time will tell.