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2019 Lakeview Mighty Marlins

Welcome to the Lakeview Mighty Marlins on-line registration. Please use this form ONLY IF you are registering a child or children for Mighty Marlins. Please do not include any children you plan to register for swim, dive or both here. Please use one of the other registration forms that applies to your family.

Parent/Guardian Information

At least one parent/guardian registration is required.
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Athlete Information

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NVSL Participation Waiver

s Parent/Guardian of the above-name minor(s), I grant permission for the swimmer(s) to participate in all activities of the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team, a Northern Virginia Swimming League (NVSL) member team. I represent and warrant that my minor child/children participating on the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team are in good health and have no physical condition, ailment or disability which renders them unable to participate in vigorous physical activity. For and in consideration of benefits derived from participation in the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team program, I understand that the risk of injury to my child from the activities involved in these programs is significant, including the potential for permanent disability and death, and while particular rules, equipment, and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious injury does exist. I assume all risks and hazards arising out of, or related to, such participation, including, but not limited to, transportation to and from such activities, and do hereby indemnify, release and hold harmless the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team, its coaches, team representatives, volunteers, property manager, employees and agents, as well as the Northern Virginia Swimming League, from all claims of any kind whatsoever which may arise or hereafter accrue in connection with my child’s/children’s participation in activities of the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team. I further grant permission for first aid to be given to my child/children in an emergency, and will be solely responsible for any medical costs which may arise. I AGREE THAT THEY WILL ABIDE BY THE NORTHERN VIRGINIA SWIMMING LEAGUE CODE OF CONDUCT.

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Lakeview Swim and Dive Liability Waiver

As the parent(s)/guardian(s) of the above-named child, I/we understand that the Lakeview Swim/Dive Team Coaches, Representatives, and Lakeview Pool cannot accept responsibility for the health and medical care of Swim/Dive participants. The Swim/Dive team does not maintain medical records or medical information with regard to its participants other than the information provided by parent/guardian on this form and the Swim/Dive Coaches and Representatives are relying on the information provided on this form and by parent(s)/guardian(s) signature below that the Swim/Dive participant is in good health and able to participate in the Lakeview Swim/Dive activities. The Swim/Dive team and the Lakeview pool does not maintain or administer emergency medicines or equipment (such as epi-pens or cardiac equipment). If a Swim/Dive participant has a medical condition which would require the use of such medicines or medical devices, the Swim/Dive participant’s parent(s)/guardian(s) are solely responsible for carrying and administering such medicines/medical equipment. In cases of medical emergencies, the Swim/Dive Coaches, Representatives and Pool lifeguards of the Pool are authorized by me/us to call 911.

Parent(s)/guardian(s) understand that the sport of swimming and diving are inherently potentially dangerous sports, and that notwithstanding the swim/dive coaches’ efforts to assure the safety of all swim/dive participants, participants may incur injuries as a result of their participation. We/I hereby agree to hold Lakeview, the Lakeview Swim/Dive coaches and Representatives and their directors, volunteers, and agents free from any and all liability, claims, judgment, demands or damages occurring as a result of the swim/dive participant’s participation in Swim/Dive activities, practices, and meets sponsored by the Lakeview Swim and Dive Team.

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Parent Code of Conduct

1. Do be supportive – rain or shine!

One of your most important roles as a swimming parent is to provide emotional support during the tough times, of which there will be many. Let your child know that they are still loved, no matter how badly they think they swam.

2. Don’t pressure your child

It is normal and healthy to want your child to excel and be as successful as possible, but swimming parents cannot make this happen by pressuring them with expectations. Instead, you can encourage them and offer them unconditional support and guidance.

3. Don’t be the coach

‘Coaches coach. Swimming parents parent.’ Your child’s coach is there to teach the technical swimming skills.

4. Do encourage independence

Confidence is the essential ingredient in all great swimming success stories. Confidence comes from knowing you can do it. This will help to create independent and self-motivated swimmers.

5. Don’t criticize the officials

The majority of officials are volunteers. Many are even swimming parents who have decided they want to help out on the poolside. Children sometimes make mistakes at meets – it happens!

6. Do respect the coach

Trust the coach to do their job. If you have any questions about something your child’s coach is doing or saying in the sessions, it is usually ok to ask. However, their attention will be on the swimmers they are coaching during session times, so try and grab a word with them before or after training.

7. Do be loyal and supportive of the team

Where possible emphasize the importance of being a team player. Swimmers that motivate others are often the happiest and gain the greatest benefit out of training and competition. This goes for swimming parents also. Cheer for your own child but cheer for their teammates too.

8. Don’t push for Olympic or Paralympic glory

Maybe your child will become an Olympian, but for most this isn’t the case. Encourage your child to be the best they can be and to enjoy their sport, but make sure both your and their expectations are not too set too high. 

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