We are hosting again this year. More details to follow as we prepare to put on another great event AND have fun, just like we did last year. FTT and Go SHARKS! And if you’re not planning on swimming, we need your help to host this fun event.
One of the most successful Masters swimmers in the world shares her secrets to fast swimming . The Sharks who have taken her clinics will tell you that her clinics are awesome. She’s coming to swim in our Shark Tank SCM meet November 8–9, and is putting on three separate clinics for local Masters swimmers on Friday and Saturday, November 14–15. All info and online registration is in our calendar.
We are monitoring TS Karen and conditions on the course and we will post updates here and on our Facebook page. You can also follow us on Twitter: @SharksMasters. Our Twitter feed is displayed in the righthand column on this page.——————————————->>>
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Thank you and hope to see you Saturday!
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!
The Sharks Masters have been honored with USMS’s Club of the Year Award. Thanks to all our members for making this happen, and special thanks to the members of the SYSM Support Team who put the nomination packet together. Go Sharks!
Congratulations to Coach Rick Walker and the whole team, featured in this Swimming World article. Go Sharks!