Results for the Jack King 1-mile Ocean Swim, held June 23 in Virginia Beach, have been posted on our website.
The Colonies Zone 2013 Long Course Championship were held in Richmond, VA, on June 22-23. There was a lot of fast swimming in a great facility!
On June 9 more than 500 swimmers participated in one of the most storied open water events, the 4.4-mi Great Chesapeake Bay Swim, including members of our LMSC.
The 2013 Colonies Zone Long Course Championship is set to begin this Saturday! There are 156 entrants and we are excited to host you this weekend. We have some important announcements.
The 26th Annual Jim McDonnell Lake swims were held May 26 in Lake Audubon; despite the relatively chilly (mid-60s) water there were 467 swimmers, 41 of them from our LMSC.
Results from the 2013 USMS Spring National Championship are now available! Nationals were held May 9-12 at Indianapolis, and 23 of our members made the trip. They did great!
Every year a strong contingent of swimmers from the Northern Neck YMCA travels down to Florida for some fast swimming, and this year was no exception, as 13 LMSC members participated in YMCA Masters Nationals.
Results from the 2013 Short Course Colonies Zone Championship have been uploaded! Links to the results from two other April meets — the NC LMSC Championship and The Backup Plan distance meet — have also been posted on our web site. There are some photos too!
LMSC members participated recently in two nearby meets, and the results are now available from our website.
USMS recently compiled a list of 10 great OW swims, and we were pleased that they included our very own Chris Greene Lake cable swims among them. This year’s event has been scheduled for July 13, so circle that date on your calendar now!
Results from the VMST David Gregg III Memorial meet have been uploaded Photos too!
Results for the 3000/6000 Postal National Championships have been finalized. There were 19 swimmers from our LMSC who participated in at least one of the postal events, including four stalwarts who did both events.