Masters Swimming

Masters Swimming is an ongoing program designed to help swimmers improve fitness, train for specific goals and offer support for a healthy lifestyle through camaraderie.  

We offer two different training groups: you can choose to join either group (or both) in order to get the most out of your swimming regiment (see below).  

Rules and Guidelines
Masters Rules and Guidelines
  • Up to two swimmers will be allowed in each lane. Each swimmer will be assigned a "side" to start/end on.
  • Participants must register for the updated Masters Program. Click here.
  • Swimmers will wait in designated staging areas until their reserved time begins.
  • Swimmers must exit the pool promptly at the end of their class/workout time.
  • Refunds will not be given for a missed class/workout.
  • Drop-in swimmers will not be allowed.
CRC Pool Facility Rules and Guidelines
  • All swimmers will be required to participate in a temperature screening before entering the facility including the pool area.
  • All swimmers are required to wear a mask when in the facility until entering the pool.  Masks can be left in the designated staging area.
  • Restrooms and on-deck shower will be available for use.  The locker room area and indoor showers will be closed for the time-being.
  • Please enter the facility through the back gate and exit the facility on the west side near the baby pool. (signs will be posted).
  • You are encouraged to enter the facility and leave the facility in your swimsuit as to minimize contact.

  1. Speed & Endurance
  2. Skill & Technique
  3. Evening - Combo Class

Speed & Endurance 

Designed to help those who are already knowledgeable with the four swimming strokes and would like improve speed and endurance. A trained coach will create workouts which incorporate drills, speed, endurance, and stroke practice. 

 Day/Time  Mon/Wed/Fri from 5:30-6:30 a.m.
 Location Community Rec Center - CRC 
 Age  18 years and up
 Class  Prerequisites  Be able to comfortably swim the following:
  • 50 yards of butterfly
  • 100 yards of backstroke
  • 100 yards of breaststroke
  • 100 yards of freestyle
Click here for online catalog

Check out the Masters Swimming 101 article series for tips about what to bring, common swimming jargon, and how to circle swim, read the clock, and more.

US Masters Swimming Fee

All Masters Swimming participants must register with USMS each year.  This yearly fee goes to U.S Masters Swimming and can be paid online below:
  1. Use the USMS Registration link
  2. Please enter our club code CTMA.
  3. Print out a copy of your registration and take it to your coach.