SPORT2  (7-12 yrs)

Winter/Spring 2020 – Spots available!

Our SPORT2 program is designed for athletes who have the basics of Freestyle (FR) and Backstroke (BK), who want to continue improving these strokes, and want to learn Butterfly (BK) and Breaststroke (BR).

The SPORT2 level is appropriate for swimmers who have trained in the SPORT1 program and have been recommended by their coach as ready to progress to this level of training, or swimmers who have completed introductory swim programs with other clubs or teams.

Unsure what training level is right for your swimmer? Feel free to contact to set up a swim assessment to ensure your swimmer is placed in the program appropriate for their skill level.

To train at the SPORT2 level, athletes need:

  • a training suit (jammers for boys, and one piece suits for girls),

  • fins specific to competitive swimming (see image), and well fitted goggles are critical.

Click to link to our Equipment page and details on where to obtain fins.

For dryland, athletes are to have their swim suit on, shorts and t-shirt over top, and non-marking running shoes.

The Lead SPORT2 level Instructor is Coach Serena

Serena is an accomplished triathlete (competed at the 2018 Ontario Summer Games in triathlon, and in 2019 was top female overall at 2019 XTerra Sudbury short course & placed 2nd at Guelph II Sprint Distance triathlon U19), an accomplished multisport athlete (2019 Triathlon ON Aquathlon Provincial Champ U19), and has her Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross and First Aide Certificates. Having trained as an athlete since the age of 6, Serena knows what it takes to improve and to achieve athletically.

In addition to coaching with jTOEST, Serena coaches dive starts for both the Junior Masters and Masters athletes who swim with TOEST. Click here to link to our Team webpage, to learn more about Serena’s training, racing and coaching experiences.

For Serena, athletic achievement does not come at the cost of academics; she is also an Honour Roll student at Assumption Catholic Secondary School at the AP course level. Proof that proper healthy physical training does not compromise studying, instead it offers teenagers the toolkit of soft skills (i.e. perseverance, determination, stick-to-it-ness) required to achieve in sport, in school, and beyond.

SPORT2 Training Schedule

SPORT2 has two (2) pool training sessions and one (1) dryland session each week

Sessions are held at:

Swimming 6:15 – 7:00pm
& Sunday
Dryland 3:00 – 3:45
& Swimming 4:00 – 4:45

The FALL/WINTER session (Term 1) starts Friday Sept 6th runs to January 26th, and the WINTER/SPRING session (Term 2) starts January 31st and runs to mid-June. The cost per session is $730 as a one time payment or two payments of $365. First or full payment is due at the time of registration, second payment is due prior to Sept 30th.

Training runs weekly with the following exceptions:

  • FALL session : The week between Christmas and New Years are all off

  • SPRING session : March break on but slightly modified TBA and Easter weekend (Fri & Sun) are off, March 27-29th weekend off, coaches travel to Masters swimming Provincials swim meet.

STEP 1 : Register

Complete the form by clicking on the ‘Sign Up Now’ button

STEP 2 : Payment via Auto Deposit

etransfer email:

$730 (in full) or 2x $365

Fall/Winter (Sep-Jan) Session Fee
Due at registration and payment #2 prior to Sep.30th

Winter/Spring (Jan 31 – mid-Jun) Session Fee
Due prior to Jan 15th and payment #2 prior to Feb 28

STEP 2 : Payment via PayPal

Click Checkout button to pay for: SPORT2

Change quantity to 2 to make full Session payment ($730)

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STEP 2 : Monthly by Cheque


5 Cheques Dated:
Jan 15, Feb 15, Mar 15, Apr 15, May 15

Made out to: jTOEST

Each for the amount of $146.00

Refund Policy:  jTOEST DOES NOT provide refunds. With programs focused on quality, on learning, on athlete’s making significant progress, hi athlete turnover rate would compromise coaching and the experience of all athletes. We ask that prior to registering that all commitments, calendars, etc… are reviewed to avoid joining when the risk is that the athlete will miss many sessions and/or the athlete will have to drop out. Once an athlete registers, they have a reserved spot in a lane for the entire duration of the program.