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2018 Race Schedule- Open Water Season begins!

Happy New Year! It’s almost the end of January and race plans are already underway for the year. If you haven’t already picked yours out, here’s a list for the Southeast area swim open-water swims. I’ve done a couple swims where you needed a 1 day Master’s membership, and it seems to me if you are going to race or practice it helps to go ahead and register for the year. There are so many options, I usually choose one swim where I travel and then stay local for the rest of the year. A couple...
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Swimming and Traveling

When my husband and I were engaged, we had not done much traveling beyond roadtripping with together and with friends, and so one of the first things we did was find a great travel agent and new passports. We both loved boats, blue water, and beach life, and so we knew we wanted a cruise to be our honeymoon destination, but there are so many ways to go wrong with a cruise. Luckily, we found one of the most useful professional relationships we’ve made as a couple (handyman, therapist, house...
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Tips to begin Competing

Say you want to compete. Now what?If you are interesting swimming as a Short Course swimmer, the US Master’s program has events all year round all over the country. These are for people who have aged out of the competitive, school-age and college teams (although to participate in Masters Swimming you only need to be over 18), and these are organized by all the Local Swimming Committees (LSCs). You can choose the events to swim and when you want to participate, but just because you join a l...
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