Thanks to all who participated and volunteered in the Shark Tank SCM meet this weekend! We had a great weekend with great weather, swimming, and friends. The results didn’t show up properly on Meet Mobile—we’re not sure what happened—but you can view them here on the Midnight Sports site.
Please review the relays for the Shark Tank SCM meet and let Coach Rick know if you have any questions. Swim fast and have fun!
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Thank you and hope to see you Saturday!
The 2013 Pan-American Masters Championship ended on Thursday, June 13, with the 1K and 3K open water swims, held at beautiful Siesta Key Beach. Our community is so grateful to all the friendly athletes who came from all over the world. You are warm, spirited, and truly embody all that is good in Masters swimming. The event organizers are also very grateful for all the volunteers who stepped up to welcome our guests and make this an event to remember. Well done everyone, and many, many thanks to all.
- Searchable Pool Results
- Pool Results by Age Group
- New USMS and World Records
- Synchro Results
- Open Water Results
And don’t miss this great video recap of the event.
We need your help! We’d like for you to swim in Pan Ams, but we also need volunteer help. The meet starts with synchro on June 1, swimming on June 5, and the open water swim finishes things up on June 13. There is an awesome social planned as well.
We have an entirely separate Pan Ams website for the meet, including online registration. Please visit our volunteer sign-up site to find the volunteer shifts that fit your schedule. Ask your friends, family, and coworkers to help out. We need everyone in the community to pull this one off!
Bumpy Jones turned 80 on Friday, went to the St. Pete Meet, and broke seven national records. All in a day’s work for our resident swim stud. Read the Swimming World article for the details. Way to go Bumpy!