Club Excellence Spotlight: Dynamo Swim Club
After rolling to multiple junior national championship team titles since 2010, Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta has continued its success in 2015 with another high ranking in USA Swimming’s Club Excellence program.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Aquazot Swim Club
In just 15 years of existence, Aquazot Swim Club in Irvine, Calif. has steadily risen to the top ranks of USA Swimming’s club teams.
Club Excellence Spotlight: SwimMAC Carolina
SwimMAC coaches Pam Swander, Julia Czentye and others offer five keys to the club’s continuing tradition of excellence in this week’s Club Excellence spotlight.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Lakeside Swim Team
Once again, Lakeside Swim Team in Louisville, KY has earned a spot among USA Swimming’s top 10 club teams, finishing eighth in this year’s Club Excellence program standings.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Bolles School Sharks
For the sixth year in a row, the Bolles School Sharks in Jacksonville, Fla., rank among USA Swimming’s top club programs, finishing 10th overall in the 2015 Club Excellence standings.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Nation's Capital Swim Club
After finishing second last year, Nation’s Capital Swim Club in Washington, D.C. has earned the title of USA Swimming’s top club team, finishing first in the 2015 Club Excellence program standings.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Gator Swim Club
Gator Swim Club in Gainesville, Fla. has been a national swimming powerhouse for many years, with an impressive list of alumni.
Club Excellence Spotlight: York YMCA
After finishing in the Silver Medal Club rankings in 2014, York YMCA has returned to Gold Medal status for the first time since 2013.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club Earns 2015 USA Swimming Club Excellence Title
Nation’s Capital Swim Club, of Washington, DC, earned the top position in the 2015 USA Swimming Club Excellence program, recognizing the organization’s highest-performing clubs in the development of athletes 18 years and younger.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Stingrays Swimming
Since its establishment in 1986, Stingrays Swimming in Georgia has consistently ranked among the top swim programs in the state of Georgia, and in the country, producing Junior National qualifiers and Olympic Trials participants on a regular basis.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Santa Clara Swim Club
Thanks to a swim-friendly community, innovative coaches and great parent support, Santa Clara Swim Club continues to flourish.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Nitro Swimming
Since the team’s inception in 2006, Nitro Swimming in Austin, Texas has grown to more than 1,700 swimmers, complete with a lesson program, Intro to Nitro and Technique and Fitness group geared towards the development of all levels of swimmers. Coach Tim O’Brien describes the keys to Nitro Swimming's success.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Arizona Gold Swimming
As one of the newest clubs in USA Swimming’s Club Excellence program, Arizona Gold Swimming in Chandler and Scottsdale, Ariz., has reached silver-medal club status in about three years of existence. The team has grown steadily to a group of roughly 90 swimmers, and the team continues to set higher and higher goals.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Nashville Aquatic Club
After a string of eight consecutive years as a gold medal club, Nashville Aquatic Club in Nashville, Tenn., is once again ranked among USA Swimming’s top clubs, placing 11th in the silver medal club standings in the 2014 Club Excellence program. Associate Head Coach and Competitive Director Doug Wharam outlines the keys to NAC’s tradition of success in this week’s Club Excellence Spotlight.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Crimson Aquatics
At Crimson Aquatics in Boston, a dedicated group of swimmers, parents and coaches, and a commitment to the sport of swimming, have resulted in continued success over the years, and another year of Silver Medal recognition as part of USA Swimming’s 2014 Club Excellence program.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Carmel Swim Club
Carmel, Ind., has been a hotbed for producing great swimmers for many years, and Carmel Swim Club, a silver medal club in the 2014 Club Excellence program, made a name for itself once again this summer. The Carmel Swim Club girls captured the team title at the recent Speedo Junior National Championships, with three swimmers earning spots on USA Swimming’s National Junior Team.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Y-Spartaquatics
For more than a decade, head coach Peter Wright built the Y-Spartaquatics Swim Club into one of the best teams in South Carolina. Wright has since moved on, but he’s left the club in great hands with interim head coach Ted Pierson and an experienced group of assistants.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Aquajets Swim Team
In such an individual sport as swimming, the importance of teamwork can sometimes be lost. Not at the Aquajets Swim Team in Minnesota. They have made “the power of the team” their main motto and goal.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Tualatin Hills Swim Club
Tualatin Hills Swim Clubrecently won the combined team title at the Speedo Champions Series Western Sectional meet last weekend, adding to an already-lengthy list of achievements. Also included in that list of achievements is recognition as one of USA Swimming’s silver medal clubs in the 2014 Club Excellence program.
Club Excellence Spotlight: NOVA of Virginia
For the second consecutive year, NOVA of Virginia Aquatics, Inc. in Richmond, Va. finds itself ranked among the top clubs in USA Swimming, with a 25th-place finish in the 2014 Club Excellence program rankings. With a rich history of producing Olympic Trials, national, and junior national qualifiers, NOVA of Virginia has established itself as one of the top clubs in Virginia in just 27 years of existence.
Club Excellence Spotlight: Wilton Y Wahoos
After a steady climb within the silver and bronze medal club standings, the Wilton Y Wahoos in Wilton, Conn. have risen to gold medal recognition in 2014 with a 12th place finish in USA Swimming’s Club Excellence program.