Through the 2020-21 season, Martinsville swimmer Molly Stout was on the brink of generating the condition finals, hardly lacking the lower.

Rapidly forward to this winter season year and the junior standout created the leap, firmly capturing a location in the state championship spherical, sooner or later ending as the 13th best swimmer in the 100-yard breaststroke.

What helped her make the leap? Stout credits it to competing in the Indiana Swim Club all through the significant school off-period.

“I never would have produced it to Condition without having swimming previous summertime,” she claimed.

Started in 1955 as the Bloomington Swim Club, the ISC has branches in Bloomington at North and Bloomington South Superior University, Indiana College and, most recently, Martinsville. ISC and Artesians swim coach John Kirtland hopes to see the club get off in Martinsville.

Martinsville swimmer Molly Stout practices the backstroke at the Indiana Swim Club in Martinsville.

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“What we want to do with our Martinsville branch of the Indiana Swim Club is create a K-12 competitive swimming culture that enables us to have young ones who, at the younger concentrations, produce into superior capacity, higher level swimmers that can contend at the state level by the time they get to be at the center faculty and high school array,” he said.


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