The MHC Dive Team is looking forward to four weeks of diving!
MHC DIVE TEAM REGISTRATION - Registration is open! Register today and pay online, or Register online and pay in-person via check at the first dive practices which is August 3, 2020.
$115 for 1 Diver
$225 for 2 Divers
$335 for 3+ Divers ($110 for each additional diver)
PRACTICES – Practice will be held between 9AM - 11AM. No more than 10 people are allowed in the diving well at once, so divers will be split into 1 hour groups by age and household, and schedule needs. Social distancing is required at all times, unless divers are from the same household. The handrails on the diving boards will be disinfected regularly, and 10 ft markings are in place on the pool deck. Parents will be required to confirm each day that participants do not have any COVID-19 symptoms or COVID-19 exposure for entry into MHC. Divers must enter MHC through the side gate and set up on the grass, 10 ft apart, by the tether ball post, for stretching. Please wear face coverings on entry, and bring a towel for stretching, as the mats cannot be used. MHC neck gaiters will be available for purchase. Please email email@example.com if you have any further questions.
Please contact the MHC Dive Team Rep, Karen Lant, firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 376-1570.
Dive Team Contacts:
MHC Dive Rep: Karen Lant / 703-376-1570 email@example.com
Where may my diver continue once the summer dive season ends?
Check out our MHC dive team head coach Tim Fisher’s Alexandria Dive Club at www.alexandriadiveclub.com.
Alexandria Dive Club is a year round competitive program that offers novice through Masters classes in a safe and energetic learning environment with lots of fun for every skill level.
With over 20 years of diving and coaching experience including AAU, US diving, High School and NVSL, ADC is big enough to compete on a National level but small enough to know each and every diver enrolled. The coaching staff is truly passionate about the sport of diving.
ADC focuses on solid fundamentals and proper execution of skill progressions. They also teach: Sportsmanship, Winning Attitude, Goal Setting, and Mental Preparation. ADC uses spotting rigs over trampolines and 1 & 3 meter diving boards which is a belt system used to train more complicated dives with confidence. ADC also has an indoor and outdoor dryland facility with spotting rigs over a trampoline.
So if your diver wants to continue diving once our summer season ends, ADC has a class for you. Classes run year-round in eight-week sessions with five sessions offered from September to August. Registration is easily accessible on the ADC website.
Please contact Tim Fisher with any questions at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 571-274-1973.