Come join America's Swim Team!

Since our founding in 2010 we have helped make Tracy a known force in swimming. We took a group of 25 swimmers with the greatest drive for glory and in just 3 years have grown it into a team over 200 strong. 

We have become one of the largest teams in the US and have consistently been the highest scoring team from the Stanislaus/San Joaquin area at Pacific Championships. We've helped foster athletes from the novice level up through their first international meets. 

And we are just getting started.

More events & more competition for swimmers of ALL skill levels!

Our athletes also compete in USA Swimming's Pacific League, one of the most competitive swimming leagues in the nation. Swimmers compete in CB, and A brackets at most meets allowing swimmers to be ranked at their skill level.

With USA Swimming meets have a four hour rule. Meaning a swimmers first event and last event should be no more than 4 hours apart. Meets are two day events with swimmers welcome to swim either both or one day and up to 8-10 events in a weekend!


A team is only as strong as its coaches. And Just as we ask more from our swimmers, we ask more from our coaches. All our coaches are lifelong swimmers & educators who are on the pool deck 5-7 days a week, 52 weeks a year in order raise the level of swimming in the central valley. 

Our coaches attend annual clinics led by USA Swimming's official stroke development team and the sports most recognized collegiate coaches. 

Here are the basics about the world of USA Swimming. Discover how you can get involved and help your child enjoy all the benefits that competitive swimming has to offer. Want to know what makes USA swimming different then recreation swimming? Start here.

Take full advantage of your membership online by creating a My USA Swimming account:
  • See all of your child’s personal-best times
  • Track the meets they swim in
  • Track your child’s improvement
  • Check out seasonal bests
  • Compare times to swimmers nationwide

Understanding Coaches - A critical component to an athlete's healthy swimming experience is a positive relationship between the parent and coach.

Understanding Training - As an parent of a swimmer, you might not always understand why coaches have swimmers train the way they do. 

Rules Primer – Get familiar with the rules of swimming to help your child become a better swimmer. 

Strokes – Learn more about the four competitive swimming strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly.
Competition – Better understand the rules, courses, competitions and officials you’ll encounter.
Equipment – Learn the common equipment used by competitive swimmers. For our club's required equipment click here. . 

In addition to the love and support you give your swimmer(s), there are other ways to be part of your team’s success. We’ve gathered some great tips here. Be sure to also explore the rest of, especially the Parents section of “Member Resources.” PARENTS