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Meghan Francone teaches Craig Sea Sharks members the correct stroke techniques at the shallow end of the Moffat County High School pool. The Sea Sharks team, which is still accepting applicants, will begin practicing Tuesday at the Craig Swimming Complex and will swim in the first competition of the season Friday and Saturday in Rangely.

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Sea Sharks program's 1st meet this weekend in Rangely

Although the Moffat County High School swimming season is over, the girls and boys varsity swim coaches aren’t getting away from the water anytime soon. This summer, they’re working to develop talent with swimmers signed on with the Craig Sea Sharks. The summer swimming program is still accepting registration for the 2012 season. The team heads into competition shortly, and this week is the last opportunity for participants to sign up. The program is open to boys and girls ages 5 to 18. Registration options include the silver team for $130 or gold team for $230. The silver team practices twice weekly, and the gold team is in the water five days a week.

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