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TSUNAMI MASTERS: Fun & Fitness in the Pool!

Sport&Health's Tsunami Masters Swim is the perfect training program for anyone 18+ who loves the swimming lifestyle regardless of swim experience or fitness level. You don't need to be a great swimmer—our certified U.S. Masters Swimming Coaches will help you get there!

Join The Tsunami Swim Team 

Get added features when you join the U.S. Masters Swimming, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to all things swimming. Learn more about insurance, sanctioned events and more. Thinking of registering? Choose team NAMI to affiliate with our Sport&Health team.

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Perfect for All Swimmers, Including:

  • Former competitive swimmers missing the team environment
  • High level triathletes looking to be pushed
  • Anyone simply wanting to incorporate swimming into their fitness routine

 Whatever your fitness level, we have a lane for you! 

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What's Included in the Program:

  • Up to (6) 90-minute coached swim workouts/week. Make-up sessions available. Choose your own schedule from these options.
    *More locations coming online soon. Check back.
  • See the Tsunami Swim Schedule
  • Opportunity to compete in local and national competitions, including: USMS-sanctioned meets, open water races and triathlons
  • Monthly social events, clinics and dry land training options
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Masters Swim FAQ

Not sure if Masters Swim is right for you? Check out the FAQ below from U.S. Masters:

"Masters" sounds intimidating... is this really for me?

The word "Masters" was first applied to adults who participated in track and field, and was later adopted in organized adult swimming. In swimming, Masters simply means 18 and older.

Do I have to compete to be a Masters swimmer?
No. When organized adult swimming started to become popular in the 1960s, the intent was that adults would swim to stay in shape. But early organizers knew that some adults would want to compete, so it is offered. About 25% of the nearly 60,000 US Masters Swim members enter pool or open water competitions. The greater percentage of USMS members do not compete.

But I'm not fast enough or in shape enough to be a Masters swimmer?
This is something a lot of Masters Coaches hear. However, most Masters coaches and swimmers don’t care how fast you are. In nearly every program, there are others of similar ability, or those who started where you are and have improved. Don't let your percevied ability, or lack thereof, hold you back. Although it’s important to have a physical examination before starting any exercise routine, you don’t need to be in top shape to start Masters swimming - Masters swimming will help you get there!  

I'm a triathlete - why should I join Masters Swimming?
Many triathletes, including the world-class Jarrod Shoemaker, Gwen Jorgensen and Sara McLarty, join USMS programs because training with swimmers is the best way to improve the swim portion of the tri. Masters coaches also provide technique instruction and interval training with a group.

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