This past weekend, 1,790 swimmers competed at the U.S. Masters Swimming Short Course Nationals in Greensboro, North Carolina. 40 swimmers and 15 relays teams broke USMS National Records!
In the team race, The Olympic Club dominated! Winning both the women’s and men’s team races, The Olympic Club out of San Francisco scored over 2,100 points. Top ten team finishes are listed below:
- The Olympic Club (2,100. 50)
- Palmetto Masters (1,059. 50)
- Palm Beach Masters (980)
- New Albany Aquatics Club (976)
- Sarasota Y Sharks (690)
- Swim Fort Lauderdale (655. 83)
- Club Tribe Alumni (644)
- Virginia Masters Swim Team (615. 50)
- St. Louis Area Masters (500. 50)
- Rose Bowl Masters (459)
Full Team Results can be found here.
What is Masters Swimming?
Masters swimming is a national membership-operated nonprofit organization that provides benefits to over 60,000 swimmers across the United States and hundreds of thousands of swimmers across the globe.
Masters swimming is much more than an organization; it’s a way of life.
Swimming is one of the most popular sports in the world, and the most aspirational physical activity across nearly every age group. Globally there are millions of swimmers who regularly participate in the sport of swimming and are focused on either improving their health and/or performance.
Full meet results can be viewed from the 2016 U.S. Masters Swimming Short Course National Championship home page.
Congratulations to everyone who competed in this years #USMSNats. If you’re interested in getting into Masters Swimming give us a shout out and checkout the link below.
U.S. Masters Swimming