Welcome to Las Vegas Masters Swim Team!
Las Vegas Masters placed third in the United States at the 2017 USMS Spring Nationals! We had 16 gold medal swims! Winners of the 2015 and 2016 SPMS SCM Championships! Winners of the 2016 SPMS SCY Championships!
Las Vegas Masters is an adult swimming program, training primarily at the Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility in fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada! We are an impressive group including past collegiate stars, Olympic swimmers, Olympic Trials competitors, FINA Masters world record holders, USMS record holders, long-time swimmers, and late bloomers in our sport. We are moms and dads, young and old, singles, and couples. We are very hard working at practice and very high scoring at swim meets. We are fortunate to be coached by the amazing Victor Hecker. Come swim with Las Vegas Masters if you want to get faster! Come party with us if you want to have fun!
Las Vegas Masters Swimming is a club for adults in the Southern Pacific Masters Local Masters Swimming Committee (SPMS LMSC) of United States Masters Swimming (USMS). We compete at our two local LVM-hosted swim meets in January and June every year. We compete at USMS Spring National Championships and at USMS Summer National Championships. We send swimmers to represent Team USA every two years at the FINA Masters World Championships. We are well-represented at many of the Regional SPMS championships, especially our favorite, the SPMS Short Course Meters Championship occurring every December.
Las Vegas Masters is proud to train at Clark County Nevada's Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility Summerlin and Henderson
Las Vegas Masters swimmers are proud supporters of
UNLV Rebels Swimming and Diving.
Las Vegas Masters and the Centennial Y are hosting TWO CLINICS in the pool on Saturday, March 16, 2019!
We hope you'll join us for one, the other, or both of these clinics for adults:
Triathlete Clinic at 1:30pm for 90 minutes (1:30-3:00pm)
Swimmer Clinic at 3:00pm for 90 minutes (3:00-4:30pm)
The Triathlete Clinic at 1:30pm will focus on freestyle.
The Swimmer Clinic at 3:00pm will cover all 4 strokes, starts and turns, moving from one topic to the next based on audience demand.
Both clinics are open to adults, ages 18 and older.